White fish tacos with mango mint salsa makes a super easy weeknight meal. They’re quick to prepare and taste amazing topped with fresh mango mint salsa.
Fish tacos are super versatile and these ones are no exception. Sprinkled with a dusting of fragrant spices, the fish cooks quickly and flakes perfectly for filling tortillas. The mango salsa adds a fresh bouquet of flavour with a burst of mint and cilantro to elevate the fish. Complemented with shredded cabbage and scallion greens, or whatever you’re in to mood for, these tacos are sure to become a part of your weeknight rotation.
Try these with my tasty cassava flour tortillas with lime.
White fish: I used haddock to make this recipe but feel free to use cod, snapper, tilapia, etc. Fish is high in protein and unsaturated fats in the form of omega-3 fatty acids, benefitting heart health. The Mayo Clinic recommends two servings of fish a week to help prevent heart disease, so eat up!
Cumin, paprika, cayenne: adds a great depth of flavour to the fish.
Mango: rich in skin-friendly nutrients like vitamin C, vitamin A and E, this sweet and juicy fruit encourages the production of collagen, speeds skin healing and may reduce signs of aging.
Chives: adds a slight garlicky note without an overwhelming onion flavour.
Mint and cilantro: rich in antioxidants, herbs elevate the fresh flavour of any dish.
Jalapeño: adds a little punch of heat.
Lemon: brightens the flavour of the salsa.
Common questions about White Fish Tacos with Mango Mint Salsa
Absolutely! Just make sure to thaw it in the fridge and pat dry with a towel before seasoning.
Yes, use whichever mangos you have available, as long as they're ripe and juicy.
Parsley or basil also work well in this dish.