Baked Fish Tacos

8:00 AM

Who doesn't love a good fish taco??
Whenever our local Publix has their frozen wild caught Mahi Mahi on sale, I stock up so I have ample opportunities to cook with it.
(btw, here is a great post of why its better to buy wild caught fish)
Mahi Mahi is one of my favorite fish to cook with because you can do so much with it.
Like Fish Tacos.
Its taken me quite I while but I finally found a tasty Fish Taco recipe.
 It is of my own invention and is super husband approved!
Gluten Free Fish Tacos. Dairy Free Fish Tacos. Baked Fish Tacos

Ingredients
2 fillets of Mahi Mahi
1 cup of Pank Crumbs (or another type of coating)
Taco Seasoning (you can use my recipe here) 
2-3  egg's beaten
Organic Olive Oil Spray
Toppings of your choice.

Instructions
Preheat your oven to 400 degree's

In a small bowl, combine your plain Panko and about 1-2Tbls of taco seasoning 
(its mostly up to you and how much of a taco taste you want)
In another small bowl, whisk up the egg's.
Set both bowls aside.

Cut the Mahi into cube size pieces (see picture below). 
Mahi is a flaky fish so you might have to cut some pieces at an angle.
Dip each piece in the egg mixture, then in the tortilla and taco seasoning mixture.  
Place on a greased baking sheet lined with aluminum foil.

Bake your fish for about 10-15 minutes or until the fish is white and flaky when you cut into it.

Serve over rice or on gluten-free corn tortillas and top with your favorite toppings
I also like to whip up a nice white sauce made out of mayo ( I use and love just mayo), lemon juice, season all, and garlic salt.
And VIOLA! You have some yummy, gluten-free, fish tacos!

Happy Cooking Friends!


UPDATED 5/23/17: I find you can also throw these in your air fryer. Cuts on time and cooks them just as well! 

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