Are you ready to cook some Baja fish tacos? There are many fish taco recipes out there for you to choose from, but we’ll walk you through what most of them consist of so you know what to expect when it’s time to get cooking. First, you mix together the batter that we explained to you earlier, then you dredge the fish filets in the batter. Next is to prepare the oil by letting it reach 350 degrees Fahrenheit then frying the fish according to the recipe. When the fish is done, let it drain so you don’t end up with greasy tacos.
You can’t have these tacos without some sort of chipotle sauce, so mix those ingredients together into creamy deliciousness while your fish is frying. A coleslaw is also perfect because it adds crunchy texture and zesty flavors, so don’t forget to serve this on your fish tacos. To put it all together, warm your corn tortillas before you fill them with the fish, slaw, and top with chipotle sauce. Avocado, fresh cilantro, thinly-sliced radishes, and cotija cheese are ideal garnishes to serve with the tacos. And if you want to complete the meal, serve them with refried beans, crave-worthy guacamole, and margaritas to keep the party going.