Cheater Fried Fish Tacos

If you have 30 minutes and a few ingredients, you can whip these fake fried fish tacos in a flash!

Here’s What You’ll Need:

One box of gluten free frozen fish sticks (they are good!)

A stack of corn tortillas

2 Cups Red Cabbage, shredded

1 tsp. Salt

3 T. Apple Cider Vinegar

2 T. Sugar

1 tsp. Dill Weed

Toppings of your choice (zesty relish recipe below)

Here is the brand of fish sticks I use.


First make your fast slaw which will top your fish tacos.  In a medium sized bowl mix together the cabbage, salt, vinegar, sugar, and dill weed.  Allow to sit and get it’s yummy on while you cook up the fish sticks.


Cook fish sticks on a cookie sheet according to package directions.


Heat up your tortillas.  There are two ways.

First method:   you can simply cover them in some paper toweling and nuke them in the microwave for 30 seconds at a time until pliable.  If you opt for this method, wait until just ready to serve or the tortillas will curl up.

Second method:  take this easy dish to the next level and heat them one at a time over a flame.  This only works if you have a gas stove.  See the pictures below?  Carefully lay one tortilla at a time on a low/medium flame for a few seconds and then flip to brown both sides.  Place in a tortilla holder, foil, or in a towel to keep warm.

For the Zesty Relish:

Combine 4 T. Mayonnaise with 2 T. Dill Relish and 1 tsp. Pepperoncini liquid.  You can also add 2 T. of mashed Avocado to this if you wish.


Once the fish sticks have crisped up, assemble your tacos.  Warm tortillas, fish sticks, a forkful of fast slaw, and a dollop of Zesty relish.  Yummy!!

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