Feb 14, 2012

Cilantro Lime Tilapia Tacos



Flaky white fish, tomatoes, jalapeños, cilantro and lime topped with avocado. A fresh and flavorful way to spice up fish, quick enough to make for a busy weeknight!

I like it spicy, so I chop up the jalapeños whole, seeds and all but you can tone it down to suit your taste. The avocado raises the fat in this dish, but it's all good healthy fats you want in your body, the saturated fat is under 2 grams per serving.

Serve this meal with a Skinnygirl margarita and some salsa music in the background and let the fiesta begin!






Cilantro Lime Tilapia Tacos
Skinnytaste.com
Servings: 4 • Serving Size: 2 tacos • Old Points: 7 pts • Points+: 8 pts
Calories: 319 • Fat: 12 g • Protein: 26.5 g • Carb: 33.7 g • Fiber: 9.7 g • Sugar: 3.6 g
Sodium: 76.2 mg (without salt)

Ingredients:

  • 1 lb tilapia fillets, rinsed and pat dried
  • 1 tsp olive oil
  • 1 small onion, chopped
  • 4 garlic cloves, finely minced
  • 2 jalapeño peppers, chopped (seeds removed for less heat)
  • 2 cups diced tomatoes
  • 1/4 cup fresh cilantro, chopped
  • 3 tbsp lime juice
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 8 5-inch white corn tortillas (I used La Tortilla Factory Fiber & Flax)
  • 1 medium haas avocado, sliced
  • lime wedges and cilantro for garnish

    Directions:

    Heat olive oil in a skillet. Sauté onion until translucent, then add garlic. Mix well.


    Place tilapia on the skillet and cook until the flesh starts to flake. Add jalapeño peppers, tomatoes, cilantro and lime juice. Sauté over medium-high heat for about 5 minutes, breaking up the fish with the spoon to get everything mixed well; season to taste with salt and pepper.


    Meanwhile, heat tortillas on a skillet a few minutes on each side to warm (no oil needed). Serve a little over 1/4 cup of fish on each warmed tortillas with a slice or 2 of avocado and enjoy!

    162 comments :

    1. that looks incredible! i have tilapia as well so i def. have to make this!

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    2. Alyssa Hewko2/14/12, 3:30 PM

      mmmm, this looks so yummy! Going to make it tonight :)

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    3. Margaret Brown2/14/12, 4:03 PM

      Thank you for providing my dinner recipes every day of the week!!!

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    4. That looks amazing and GF! Yay! Where did you find those corn tortillas?

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      1. You can find store locations on their website... http://www.latortillafactory.com/retail.aspx

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    5. I just made fish tacos last night for dinner, but yours look delicious too. I made them with brown rice and your recipe for cuban black beans. I love using Tilapia! I will be making these very soon, they look fantastic!

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      1. I bet they were great! I make them several ways depending on my mood :)

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    6. looks amazing! i'm going to try adding some mushrooms and beans! What do you think, Gina?

      -Jenny

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      1. beans sure, not so sure about the mushrooms though!

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    7. hey Gina, I've been making fish tacos for a few months now using different recipes of yours. I LOVE the chipotle lime sauce from the crab cakes and I bake up some fish using your fish piccata recipe, throw it all in la tortilla factory corn tortillas with some chopped cabbage, salsa and avocado! So good, thank you for giving me a new one to try!

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      1. Yum, sounds like a great recipe, I will have to try that!

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    8. I've been waiting for you to post a recipe for these. I can't wait to try it.

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    9. I have never made fish tacos! I am always looking for new seafood recipes, can't wait to try it.

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    10. Just had fish tacos for lunch in Mexico - can't wait to try this recipe when I get home fom vacation. They look amazing.

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    11. What I love about fish taco's is that there are so many ways to make them and you can use all different types of fish. As the weather warms, I can't wait to post more versions!

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    12. Yummy! I'm going to have to try these. I love tilapia! And tacos... You had me at tacos LOL! Thx Gina! :-)

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    13. This looks AMAZING! Pinning it right now :-)

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    14. Saw this pop up today, so I figured I would surprise my wife with them for Valentines Day dinner. Well, they were a hit with her and the kids, in fact two out of the three kids went back for a third taco. This got "thumbs up" all the way around, and they are so simple to make. I did add a little cumin while cooking to add that certain something, and shredded lettuce at the table. Thanks for the recipe, it's a winner in our house.

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      1. Cumin is a MUST HAVE for making something in a soft taco! Way to go, Kevin! Glad to see you have a new recipe for the family!

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    15. Cilantro lime fish tacos are one of my favourites! They are nice and light and yet so tasty and good!

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    16. I have flounder in th freezer, and it's also a mild fish. Could I substitute it for the tilapia?

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    17. Great recipe! Stupid question. I have Tilapia in the freezer. How do I defrost fish? Do I leave in the fridge? Place it in water? Not sure how to handle that?

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      1. Yes, defrost first. I place it in my fridge the day before.

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    18. Suzann from NJ2/15/12, 8:39 AM

      What fish could I use besides tilapia--not a big fan of tilapia!?
      Thank you for your great ideas and recipes-you have changed my WW life! Made the Herb crusted beef last night and it was fabulous!! My valentine loved it!!

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    19. Looks tasty. Do you chop the avocado into small pieces?

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    20. Another great recipe that will be boyfriend friendly! Thanks Gina! My boyfriend and I are both trying to lose weight, but both want to eat real food, so your recipes are keeping us sane. Thank you!

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    21. I Am allergic to fish, but could I substitute tofu some how? I'm thinking marinating the tofu in cilantro and lime and chili oil, then baking or sauteing and adding the toppings. Well, I'm definitely going to try something! Thanks for the idea.

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      1. Tofu tacos are my favorite! I'm going to have to try this with tofu, and lots of cilantro!

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      2. I tried this tonight...didn't exactly turn out! I wouldn't recommend the tofu, personally. But then again, I'm still new to experimenting with tofu so maybe I did something wrong! The flavors were just super bland.

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    22. Hey Gina.. I'm really looking forward to trying this. I'm a first time poster but have been lurking around and trying your recipes for 2 weeks now. I only just joined WW and have found that the fun I have in the kitchen cooking your recipes have really kept me on track. I've never in my life tried a fish taco before .. but I will say I am a HUGE fan of tacos so I'm going to give this a shot on the weekend. I was wondering I'm use to Salsa and sour Cream and Cheese on my tacos .. do you think a guacamole would pair okay with fish??

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      1. Guacamole would be fabulous with this!

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    23. Ooh better yet !! I just found your Creamy Cilantro Tomatillo Dressing.. it's only 1 point.. the flavors sound like they would combine nicely and I'd get that creamyness I'd be missing. I adore your website Gina!

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    24. I've never tried fish tacos, but I love this recipe. It sounds healthy and delicious. Your recipes and pics are always great, so inspiring.

      Greetings,
      Chris

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    25. Yum! I made fish tacos with tilapia the other night, but I baked mine instead of sauteing--I love the way your mixture melds all the flavors, though! Will definitely have to try this next time. :)

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    26. I love this, but I plan to cheat a little with Rotel tomatoes. I would definitely use fresh in the summer, but at this time of year, I stock up on Rotel Tomatoes with Lime and Cilantro (my grocery usually has it 10 for $10).

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      1. I did the same thing when i started to pull the ingredients out and realized i was missing a few things. It worked great!



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    27. Yes! Thank you Gina! Fish Tacos are my fav, the best! I just have to make these tonight now!

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    28. As hard as I try, I just cannot get myself to like avocados (or cilantro)...Do you recommend any items to substitute them? Or do you think the tacos will taste alright just leaving those 2 ingredients out? Also, how does the point value change when the avocados are not added?

      Thanks! They look great, I can't wait to try them out! :)

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    29. We tried this last night and *LOVED* it. I'm having it today for lunch except I just put the taco stuffing over brown rice to make it more portable. It's equally yummy this way.

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      1. we also had this for supper last night. It was delicious. thank you.
        nina

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    30. Silly question, did you use fresh tomatoes or canned? If fresh, how many?

      Lori

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      1. I used fresh, it depends on the size of the tomatoes.

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    31. I love fish tacos, and these look delish! A perfect healthy, simple and tasty meal!

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    32. Hey Gina,

      These look delicious and I would love to try them, but my husband and I are not big fans of cilantro. Will I lose a lot of flavor if I don't include cilantro with cooking the fish?

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    33. Yummy...made these tonight and they were a hit with the entire family. That's some sort of miracle around here. Was so fresh tasty. Thanks!

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    34. Just made this sans the tortillas. FABULOUS!

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    35. Made this last night - One minor change - added cabbage raw to give it some crunch. We both enjoyed the meal and the heat.

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    36. I made these for dinner last night. The only thing I did different was to put the jalapeños on the side (three year old in the house). Everyone loved it! Thanks for a great dinner recipe!

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    37. I had the same question as CouponCrissy...I hate cilantro. Any suggestions for substituions? These look fab! Thank you!

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    38. I'll be making them as well tonight - got my fresh tilapia today!
      Karen

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    39. Also, I plan to put some fat free greek yogurt in them too, yum.
      Karen

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    40. Oh yeah baby! Looks so nummy!

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    41. Gina - What would the nutrition be without the avocado (I don't like them)?

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    42. These are so wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. It will be a weekly meal from now on!

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    43. Alyssa Hewko2/16/12, 9:31 PM

      So I made these tonight, OMG sooo goood!!!! I can say I like these way better than any fish taco stand in Mexico!! My husband agrees. Tomorrow we are having a get together for a friends birthday, and are most certainly cooking these up...probably like 30! So good, thanks for sharing this ever so delicious recipe!!!

      p.s..i added extra spice and cilantro, because I love the two of them. mmmmmmm.

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    44. Made a variation of these last night. Didn't have any tomatoes or jalapenos so I subbed a can of rotel drained, added some other spices and did not have any cilantro! But they were still delicious! I never thought to put tomatoes in my fish tacos and it was awesome! Love all your recipes. Thanks!

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    45. These were delicious,Gina. Thank you for providing my recipes for everyday of the week.........my whole family loves them and they are so easy!!
      One suggestion for left over fish tacos is taking the filling and spreading it over tortilla chips and sprinking with cheese for delicious nachos!!

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    46. I made these last night and they were awesome. Like others, my pantry required changes.. halibut for tilapia and chili flakes for jalapenos. I also sprinkled some sliced mango on top. DELISH! Another leftover suggestion... the tomato and onion made me think of bruschetta, so I sliced a baguette really thin, sprinkled with a tiny bit of parmesan and popped it under the broiler for my lunch today. YUM! (it is also good cold in a pinch ;)

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    47. Awesome. Added some ground cumin and chili powder too.

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    48. Just found your blog! You have some really great recipes! Can't wait to try some of them! Now following :)

      http://fitcraftystylishandhappy.blogspot.com/

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    49. This is our new favorite healthy fish taco recipe!

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    50. Do the calories and point plus include the tortillas and avocado slices for the two tacos. I live in South Texas and we have different types of white corn tortillas will it matter if I change them from La tortilla factory

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    51. so yummy! my husband loved them too!

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    52. Livvy Davis2/19/12, 9:47 PM

      Does this freeze well? I'm a college student doing weight watchers and I'm trying to find good recipes that will last me a couple meals.

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    53. I tried this last night and it was AMAZING!! The whole pan was gone (after i put some in a storage container for today's lunch) And very inexpensive!

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    54. Seafood tacos are a family favorite.

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    55. WOW... These are so good! I loved these! It's very filling yet it's still light! I served it with some black beans! Thank you so much for the wonderful recipes and helping me with my Weight Watchers meals! Keep up the great work!

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    56. I made this today for my husband and we both absolutely loved it! This recipe was simple enough to follow and was bursting with fresh flavors! Wonderful!! I'm already planning on making these again!

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    57. Made these last night. Delicious! I blackened the fish then mixed it in with the vegetables. We loved it! We think we'll try the leftovers served over brown rice.

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    58. Your recipes are so amazing... I'm able to sneak in healthier food and my husband has no idea!! He's loved everything I've made from your site!!

      Quick question, I'm new to cooking fish - when you say "until the flesh starts to flake" do you have an estimated time on that?

      Thanks!!

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    59. I made this for the first time tonight and I love it! This was simple, fast and very tasty!

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    60. I made this tonight for dinner, it was fast and VERY delicious! I have a week menu of all your recipes..if tonights was any indication, this is going to be a great food week for my family! Thanks!

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    61. Had these tonight. SOOOO good:) Not only did I love them, but so did the hubby. I had shredded red cabbage into the taco for a bit of a crunch.

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    62. These are DEEEELICIOUS!!! So simple to make too which is always a plus on weeknights. AND the best part, my teenage son told me these were the best thing I have made besides thanksgiving dinner LOL!! Thank you!

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    63. Thank you SO much for all your delicious recipes! This week, I made these tacos, the Cajun Chicken Pasta, and then Lasagna Rolls last night. Each dish was absolutely amazing and a hit with my family! Since I have been counting calories and using your recipes over the past 1.5 months, I have lost 17 pounds and counting :-) I love how you are seasonal with your recipes too! Keep them coming!!

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    64. This recipe was a delicious way to kick off Lent! I wanted to share how I enjoyed the leftovers the following day. I kept the fish mixture cold, added the juice of about half a lime, and added half an avocado (chopped.) it turned out to be a yummy "ceviche" appetizer that I served with tortilla chips. Just wanted to share something easy and delicious to do with the leftover fish. :-). -Laurielle

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    65. I have made a couple of your recipes so far; each and everyone one of them has been a hit! I especially loved this one, so easy to make, my fiancee & I gobbled all of it up in no time :) Keep the great recipes coming!

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    66. Hi Gina!

      I love your site, and drool over the recipes you post often! I made this last weekend and it was soooo good!!!

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    67. This recipe was absolutely fabulous! I am relatively new to your website, but have already made over 20 recipes found here. Each one has come out exactly as you described and was so delicious! I love all the new recipes you post and particularly have been enjoying how quick and easy they are! Thanks for such a great website!

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    68. How many points+ would this be if I didn't use avocado?

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    69. These were great!! Thanks!!

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    70. This is about the third time I've made these and they are great, esp for a quick weeknight meal! I have some leftover and wondering if it will be good..I'm never to sure about fish?

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    71. I just made these tonight. OH.MY.GOSH. They are seriously amazing. The only thing I did different was 1 jalepenio and a can of Rotel diced tomato with green chilies instead of 2c diced tomato. Will definitely be in our dinner rotation... again...WOW, amazing!

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    72. i love fish tacos so i thought i would give this a try. very easy recipe i might add. from a beginer cook to and experienced, this recipe will be okay for anyone. i thought they were pretty good but there was something missing and i dont know what. maybe if i hadnt taken the seeds and ribs out of the jalepenos it might have been better but my husband doesnt like spicy. this made tons! so im glad it was good so now ill have a good few days worth of lunch

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    73. Not only are these tacos amazing, but all of your lenten recipes have been a life saver! I'm also a WW member, and I'm always looking to your website for recipes. Thank you so much, Gina!

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    74. I had 2 tilapia fillets so I tried this tonight...my husband loved it and so did I! Thank you!

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    75. FREAKING AWESOME! I added cabbage slaw for some crunch and mango salsa just because it sounded good. Best dinner I've made in a while!

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    76. I'm so happy you all loved them!!

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    77. These were amazing! My fish-loving 5-yr-old couldn't get enough & the hubby deemed them better than restaurant quality. My 7-yr-old, who only likes fish when I fry it, wasn't crazy about it. Big thumbs-up! I deem it a must-try! And, they were fun to make! Now, I can get the fish tacos I always want much cheaper than at restaurants AND I can control how spicy & healthy they are! Win-win!

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    78. Gina, any idea what the calorie count on just the filling is without the tortillas or avocado?

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    79. Another great recipe! I didn't have enough fresh tomato, so subsituted half a cup with store bought salsa, turned out great. My avocaso wasn't rip eenough, so I served with a dollop of fat free greek yoghurt

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    80. I make these every other week. Love them!

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    81. This is fantastic! Thank you so much for sharing! I added a little smoked cayenne pepper for a little more heat and flavor.

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    82. FANTASTIC! Another winner...thanks for the great meal ideas!

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    83. Happy Cinco de Mayo! I made these tacos for dinner tonight, they came out very good. For the past 2 weeks I have been making skinnyTaste recipes for myself (WW), my boyfriend and my 3 year old. We all enjoy your recipes. :)

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    84. I made these for Cinco de Mayo for the husband and I...I have never been a fan of fish or tacos but I love all the ingredients in this recipe so I gave it a try! Oh my goodness-they were a hit! The avocado was necessary to me to add a little flavor. I think next time I will play around with a little seasoning but I will definitely be making these again. The husband had three tacos and he could have had more! Third recipe from Skinny Taste that has been a success! I'm getting hooked! By the way, I'm down to 149 today from 169 so I've lost 20 pounds so far! Thanks for the great skinny recipes!

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    85. I made these for dinner tonight and my fiance and I loved them! I got the thumbs up to add this into the "rotation" of dinners. Thank you so much for this awesome recipe! I will definitely be making these tacos again!

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    86. These fish tacos were AMAZING! The best I've ever had! I did have to change a few things depending on what I had available: I used lemon juice instead of lime and a bit of chili garlic sauce and cayenne pepper instead of jalapeño. I couldn't make it with avocado cuz they're not in season so I added roman lettuce and reduced fat sour cream. I also added a bit of feta cheese. ;)

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    87. These were probably the best fish tacos I've ever had, restaurants included. Went great with the Fiesta Rice!

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    88. I made these last night. The recipe was really easy to divide in half for just two of us. I had two tacos, my boyfriend had 3, and we still have some fish filling left over. I made a quick guacamole to go on the tacos, as I am not a fan of plain avocado slices. We both enjoyed this much more than I expected we would!

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    89. This looks really good, however, I would use Cod. Tilapia is really high in cholesterol and mercury. Bad fish!!!

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    90. I had your tacos for dinner last night (and for lunch/dinner today!) and they are absolutely incredible! Thank you so much for posting such great recipes!! I'm in love with your site!

      ~Eva

      kobeandthecity.blogspot.com

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    91. I LOVE this recipe, but every time I make it, I burn the heck out of my pan. What am I doing wrong? Is the pan not hot enough...too hot? Should I be using something other than olive oil? Help :)

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    92. I made these today for lunch with what I had on hand...everything except the jalapenos. They were DELICIOUS. The best fish tacos I have ever made at home. I don't like all of the creamy sauces that restaurants tend to put on their fish tacos. These were so good I think I could eat them for dinner again tonight! Thank you! I have never made any recipe of yours that wasn't out of this world good.

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    93. I have made these twice now and I LOVE them! Easy and very tastey

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    94. Had these tonight....very good, but next time I will use only 1 jalapeño. Too hot for me!

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    95. Made these for dinner last night and they were fantastic. Thanks for sharing the great recipe :)

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    96. I made this tonight for my boyfriend and myself. I lied and told him I knew how to cook. (I don't! Unless you count Lean Cuisine). I followed your recipe exactly and it was so good! The pictures along the way helped, ha! He was very impressed, but I definitely owe it to you Gina. Thank you so much for sharing and we'll definitely be having these again.

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    97. Made this for dinner this weekend and I couldn't believe how wonderful and tasty it was. Absolutely amazing! Thanks for the great recipe.

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    98. So making these for dinner. They look awesome! !!

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    99. After stalking this site for a while, this was the first dish I made. OH MY WORD they are amazing! I still can't believe how good they are for you! I served with the Fiesta Lime Rice and Creamy Cilantro Tomatillo dressing. Divine!!! And all for 13 points!

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    100. Do you think they would be just as good with chicken? I'm not a fish girl. Or shrimp, Chili's has something like this it's so yummy. But I can make it better and healthier.

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    101. Probably the best thing I ever made, thank you for this!

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    102. Making with catfish tonight! Can't wait!

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    103. I'm gonna try this with some chopped cabbage and a homemade tomatillo dressing on top with some brown rice! Fingers crossed it turns out as good as it sounds! lol

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    104. So delish! Thanks for the amazing recipe.

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    105. I just made these tonight for the first time and they were AMAZING!!!! my taste buds thank you a million times over!

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    106. I started making these as soon as you originally posted them and my boyfriend is crazy about them. He suggests them for dinner at least every other week. Tonight, for the first time, I made them for dinner while his teenage son was over. His son said they were the best fish tacos he has ever tasted and he loves fish tacos. Not a bad compliment from a teenage boy. Thank you for sharing all your amazing recipes!

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    107. Replaced the tomatoes and jalepenos with salsa. Fantastic!

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    108. These are delicious. There aren't many recipes I try and repeat, ever, but this is one I've kept and love. It tastes great and is simple. Thanks

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    109. I have tried numerous recipes from skinnytaste and I have so much confidence in her recipes that I have made a new a recipe for the first time & serve at a dinner party without trying it out first. But I am soooo glad that was not the case with the cilantro lime talapia tacos. They were extemely bland..we just loaded it with salsa to recover some taste. My family was disappointed and although lots of her recipes have been hits with us..this one wasnt.

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    110. These were so flavorful and delicious. I can't believe how easy they were to prepare. I never would've had the guts to make these without you, Gina!!

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    111. My husband and I had these for dinner tonight and it was delish! I used a can of diced tomatoes and it had way too much liquid. Next time, I will use fresh tomatoes. :) Thanks for the great recipes!

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    112. Thanks for this recipe... was looking to make some cilantro tacos without meat and came upon this. Going to the supermarket now! :)

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    113. Made these tonight! They were great and so easy. We don't eat garlic so we used a shallot. Thanks for all your great recipes!

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    114. Hi Gina!

      I am a brand new cook and absolutely love your recipes! I am going to try this for dinner tonight! Quick question since I am still learning...when you first place the tilapia into the skillet and "cook unto the flesh starts to flake" what heat setting would you allow this to initially cook on and for how long? thank you!!

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    115. My husband and I made these tonight and they were sooooo good! We added some lemon pepper and red pepper flakes and it was so yummy! Thanks for the recipe!

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    116. Hi Gina! Just want to say that I made this recipe for my family and we all loved it! I added a little fresh jalapeno on top of my tacos and made myself a Michelada using Heineken Premium Light and it paired AMAZINGLY!!

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    117. Made these tonight, and they were delish! I seeded the tomatoes so that they would not have so much juice! I have the Jamaican Jerk pork marinating for dinner tomorrow. Love the recipes!

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    118. Love this recipe, so easy and simple! Instead of dicing tomatoes I bought a can of Rotel tomatoes with cliantro and lime and substituted!

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    119. These tacos are terrific...thanks for charing...my little family loves them!

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    120. I don't like fish at all but I am type 2 and have low carb tortilla's and have been eating healthy and wanted to try eating fish. The first bite I was worried but WOW! it was amazing. I never post anything but steal recipe's off the net all the time. I felt I relly needed to say thanks for the recipe. I will be eating these again.

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    121. Delicious! I used lettuce wraps and no avocado to cut points. It was WONDERFUL!!

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    122. Delicious! I used lettuce wraps and no avocado to cut points. It was WONDERFUL!!

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    123. Wow, I stumbled upon your website looking for a good fish taco recipe from WW. Let me just tell you: YUM! I didn't have tomatoes but I just subbed some salsa and it was awesome! I added cabbage and it was deliciously satisfying. Thank you so much!

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    124. I only have salmon in the freezer, would that work for this recipe??

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    125. I plan to use Bibb Lettuce leaves instead of tortillas to save some points. Do you know how many points are in the tortillas that I can subtract out? Thanks - Love your recipes!

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    126. Just made these!! The best ever!!!I will always make my fish tacos this way now...it was fast and easy..and my family love them. I used the small 4" tortilla...they were perfect size!!!

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    127. These are ammmmazing!! 2 of the people I fed hated fish tacos before, and both had seconds! Love it!

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    129. These were awesome! I topped them with the avocado and a spicy cole slaw (I buy the packaged one at the store, toss the dressing that comes with it, and make one with mayo, adobo sauce from a can of chipotle peppers, vinegar and a touch of stevia). Delicioso!

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    130. This is one of my all time favorite Skinny Taste recipes! Such a healthy and delicious alternative to fish tacos that are usually fried!

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    131. These are sooo tasty. We usually add another jalepeno or two and keep the seeds in. Then we top it with either shredded lettuce or cabbage and a squirt of lime. They are spicy and satisfying without being unhealthy. They can be kind of messy, but that hasn't stopped us from making them over and over again. Thanks for the recipe!!

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    132. Made these tonight and served with your Asian Cabbage Slaw - what a great marriage!! So delicious!!!!!

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    133. Made these tonight with cod fish - soooo awesome! I will be making them again for sure!

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    134. These were SO flavorful! We loved them. Next time we might just add a quick slaw on top for some crunch - luckily we had some kale around to do the trick this time. We also topped with a teeny bit of greek yogurt to give it some creaminess. Loved it though.

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    135. Gina- This looks so good. I was looking for a sopa de mariscos or molcajete de mariscos but this will do the trick for now. Thanks!

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    136. I just made these for my family and everyone loved them! Great flavor and they tasted so good! Thanks for sharing!

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    137. Amazing recipe just made them tonight even my 2 yr old daughter liked it! And so fast and easy will definitely make again

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    138. I have some chicken I need to get rid of, but really want to make these tacos - do you think I can cook this the same way with chicken?

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    139. I made these tonight and they are delish!! Thanks for another great recipe.

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    140. i see the recipe calls for onions but I don't see it in the directions..do I add with the tomatoes

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