Make Taco Tuesday something unique and delicious with these Instant Pot Tilapia Lime Tacos. This quick tilapia taco recipe is so flavorful and has such a great taste. My family loves eating these with corn tortillas and of course lime juice to get that tart tilapia flavor. Dont miss out on these other taco recipes!
Use this recipe for your store-bought tilapia and I promise, youll love this recipe. This simple taco recipe taste great and is my favorite fish taco recipe to make. Using the pressure cooker makes it a breeze!
Dont forget the shredded cabbage and extra lemon juice. Im a huge fan of adding Greek yogurt and extra chipotle pepper to my tilapia fillet as well.
The high pressure cooks up the fish perfectly and makes it tender and delicious.
Instant Pot Tilapia Lime Tacos
This recipe is so simple since youre using frozen fish fillets. Once you season them, you just have to add them to your Instant Pot to cook. Its seriously as simple as that.
This is a unique taco recipe but one that is super popular in our house. I love adding more fish to our diets as its a healthy option and this is a super simple way to make that happen.
What are the best toppings for tacos?
While there are many delicious toppings that can be added to tacos, some are better than others in terms of both taste and nutrition.
One of the best toppings for tacos is fresh salsa. Not only does it add a flavorful kick, but it is also packed with vitamins and antioxidants. Try one of these fruit salsa recipes in your fish tacos!
Another great option is shredded lettuce, which provides a crunchy contrast to the taco filling.
Finally, diced tomatoes are also a delicious and healthy option.
While there are many other toppings that can be added to tacos, these three are some of the best in terms of taste and nutrition.
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Best Taco Recipes:
Once you make this Instant Pot Fish Tacos Recipe, keep that momentum rolling! Theres no reason that you cant eat tacos every night of the week! Here are some of my other favorite taco dishes and meals that I think youre going to love as well.
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This Chicken Taco recipe is a simple and fast way to get dinner on the table.
This recipe for Instant Pot Taco Meat does a great job of feeding the family or large groups.
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How to reheat fish tacos:
You can reheat your fish tacos in a few different ways, depending on your preferences.
If you want to retain the crunchy texture of the taco shell, you can reheat them in the oven. Simply preheat your oven to 350 degrees and place the tacos on a baking sheet. Heat for about 10 minutes, or until the shell is crisp.
If youre more concerned with retaining the flavor of the fish, heat the shells in the oven separately from the fish.
How do you reheat leftover fish?
When reheating fish, it is important to avoid overcooking, as this can make the fish dry, rubbery, and unpleasant to eat.
The best way to reheat fish is to wrap it in foil and place it in a preheated oven for 10-12 minutes.
Alternatively, you can place the fish in a microwave-safe dish and heat it on medium for 2-3 minutes. If you are reheating fish that has been cooked in a sauce, you may need to add a little additional liquid before reheating, as the sauce can thicken as it cools.
When reheating fish, be sure to check that it is cooked through before serving. Leftover fish can also be used in a number of recipes, such as Fishcakes or Frittatas. Simply add the fish to the other ingredients and cook according to the recipe instructions.
More Lime Recipes:
The flavor of lime is sour, but with a sweet aftertaste. It is used to add flavor to food and as a garnish.
The zest of lime is used to add flavor to recipes.
The oil from lime peel is used in perfumes and cosmetics. Lime is a versatile fruit that can be used in savory or sweet dishes like these:
- Amazingly Simple Copycat Sonic Strawberry Limeade
- Cucumber Basil Limeade Drink Recipe
- Authentic Key Lime Recipes
- · 1-pound frozen tilapia
- · 2 T taco seasoning
- · 1 cup of mayonnaise
- · 1 T of minced garlic
- · 1 T lemon juice
- · 1 T lemon zest
- · salt and pepper
- Put the tilapia fillets on a sheet of aluminum foil. Cover with taco seasoning. Seal the foil on all sides.
- Put 1 1/2 cups of water in the bottom of the Instant Pot. Put your trivet in the Instant Pot and put the covered fillets on top of the trivet.
- Close the lid and seal shut.
- Put the Instant Pot on high pressure for 18 minutes.
- To make the sauce, mix the mayo, garlic, lemon zest, and lemon juice, and a bit of salt and pepper. Put in fridge until ready to use.
- After the time is up on the Instant Pot, do a quick release.
- Shred the tilapia and put on your favorite shell. Top with sauce and your favorite toppings.
What are some of your favorite toppings to add to tacos?