Fish Tacos Recipe

Fish Tacos Recipe – Made of flaky white fish, these fish tacos are ready in less than 30 minutes and always a favorite!

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Fish tacos have to be one of my husband’s favorite kinds of taco recipes in the whole world. And these? Oh my, he can’t get enough.

And seriously, they couldn’t be easier to make.


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I saute a flaky white fish over medium-low heat in a skillet with just a bit of olive oil. While my fish is cooking, I begin assembling the other ingredients for the fish tacos. Some recipes call for cabbage in fish tacos, but we really prefer lettuce. You can use whichever you prefer.

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Then, I layer on the greens, pieces of the white fish, top it with my Sriracha cream sauce, and then add plenty of my pico de gallo!

Here’s my simple Fish Tacos recipe. I think you’ll love it!

Yield: 4 -6

Fish Tacos Recipe

Total Time 25 minutes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
These fish tacos are so quick and easy and perfect for serving for a family supper or when entertaining! Made of flaky white fish, these fish tacos are a definite favorite!
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  • 1 pound flaky white fish
  • olive oil
  • 1/4 cup sour cream or Greek yogurt
  • 2 tablespoons Sriracha sauce
  • 6 corn or flour tortillas
  • 2 cups salad greens or shredded cabbage
  • pico de gallo
  • 1 lime cut into wedges


  1. Heat skillet or griddle over medium heat. Drizzle olive oil and place fish onto griddle or skillet. Cook until fish reaches an internal temperature of 145º F. Remove and allow to rest for about 3 minutes before cutting into large pieces for tacos.
  2. As fish is cooking, mix together sour cream or Greek yogurt with Sriracha sauce in a small bowl.
  3. To assemble fish tacos, layer lettuce or cabbage greens inside the middle of a flour tortilla. Then add pieces of cooked white fish, spoon on Sriracha cream, then top with pico de gallo. Serve with a wedge of lime to be squeezed over fish taco before eating.

All images and text © Robyn Stone for Add a Pinch

Robyn xo

Fish Tacos Recipe - Made of flaky white fish, these fish tacos are ready in less than 30 minutes and always a favorite! //

33 comments on “Fish Tacos Recipe”

  1. I love fish tacos and the recipes looks killer! Simple, but still totally delicious!

  2. Looks good and easy. Thanks Robyn. Have a good week!

  3. I’m so obsessed with fish tacos! That sriracha cream sauce sounds totally amazing!

  4. I too am a lover of fish tacos. I love that yours aren’t battered and fried so they’re healthier and yet I’ll bet they’re still loaded with amazing flavor!

  5. Perfect for today. Happy Cinco De Mayo! Would be great with a creamy chipolte sauce too!

  6. Fish tacos sound SO AMAZING right now! This week is going to be a hot one – these are perfect for cooling down a little at dinner!

  7. I love tacos 🙂 not so much fish though, my husband would adore these!

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  9. I can’t get enough of taco tuesdays and this is exactly what I needed. yum!

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  12. What a coincidence – fish tacos are MY husband’s fave too! But really, how can you not love a good and good for you fish taco? Loving the Greek yogurt/Sriracha combo. 🙂

  13. I love fish tacos. First time I ever ate them was in S. California. I was on a lunch date, sitting on a restaurant deck by the beach. I had ordered fish tacos and was enjoying them when all of a sudden a seagull swooped down and took some off my plate. I was more bummed about that than the fact that I wasn’t impressed with my date.

  14. Sriracha cream sauce? Help

  15. Holy moly these look simply fantastic! That fish looks so flavorful and flaky.

  16. These are super flavorful and so refreshing with the summer months around the corner!

  17. Yum! I love fish tacos and these look so fresh and delicious!

  18. Geez these look good. I like that they are super simple. We have a local Mexican restaurant where you can buy freshly made tortilla. With a good fresh fish—-YUM! And light for summer.

  19. Gorgeous fish tacos!!! My mouth is watering Robin!

  20. Such a delicious and simple recipe! I love recipes like this for a quick mid-week meal (mid-week meals are the hardest for me), so this will get me over the hump! I have to step up my sriracha game – what kind of fish do you suggest that will hold up for grilling? Great recipe!

  21. This recipe looks delicious,i can’t wait to make them.Robyn could you please tell me how to make the Sriracha cream sauce.I’ve never heard of it before.Also what is pico de gallo,and where can i get it.I am truly into your recipes Thank You soooo much.Hope to hear from u soon.

    • Hi Terry,
      Welcome! The instructions for making the Sriracha cream sauce are included in step number 2 of the instructions. For the pico de gallo recipe, just click on the words in the ingredients listing and it will take you to my recipe for it. I hope that helps!!

  22. People around here always look at me like I’m crazy when I mention fish tacos. I always tell them that it’s not like I’m mixing fish with packaged taco seasoning! My adventurous eater husband even thought I was nuts till he tried them…but now they’re one of his favorites!

  23. When I click on pico de gallo, the page says error 404.
    Could you please double check.
    Thanks. By the way, they sound delicious.

  24. Oh this will be PERFECT to make this weekend when we have friends over!!
    I KNOW they will turn out GREAT!

  25. This is going on my menu for the week! Is Sirascha sauce spicy? Not sure my kiddo will go for that! If so, do you have an alternate recommendation ?

  26. Do you warm the tortillas? Is that included in the time? I don’t think I could get the cream, pico, and tortillas ready in 5 minutes.

    • If you want, you can warm them Deb if you enjoy them that way. I have my pico made ahead of time and in the fridge. The entire recipe takes around 25 minutes and I prep everything according to the steps of the recipe. I hope you enjoy them! Thanks!

  27. Sooooo delicious Robyn! We didn’t have any Sriracha at home so we used some hoisin (I think its a sweet Asian sauce). The kids can’t wait to have these tacos again!!

    Do you usually make or buy your pico de gallo?

    Britt 🙂

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