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.

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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.

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

Meanwhile….

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.

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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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