Warm, fluffy, and crunchy: There’s a whole lot of reasons why so many people fall head over heels for fish tacos.
While there are many ways to prepare this classic Mexican dish, Kelly Pfeiffer of nosh and nourish has somehow found a way to make them extra mouthwatering and healthy.
“I absolutely love fish tacos,” explains the author and recipe developer. “Like I am totally obsessed, cannot pass them up on a menu at a restaurant, could eat them every single day for the rest of my life…yum!”
Unlike other variations of this tantalizing snack-meets-entrée, Pfeiffer skips the deep fried batter coating and heavy cream for more ingredients that won’t pack on serious pounds. With a touch of sesame oil and soy sauce for an Asian-inspired twist, along with Greek yogurt, crispy blackened tilapia, and spicy cayenne pepper, you won’t feel too guilty about devouring one…or three. The result is a sweet-meets-savory meal.
“I feel great about serving fish tacos to my family because there’s protein, veggies, cheese, and Greek yogurt. all in one meal!” says Pfeiffer. “And they’re so easy to make.”
For days when you don’t feel like breaking a sweat in the kitchen, consider making Pfeiffer’s honey sesame fish tacos, a delicious feast for your eyes and stomach that will also keep you fuller longer.
For the full recipe, click here.