This salmon taco recipe is straightforward to make, and it's a much healthier dish than steak tacos or tacos al pastor, as the salmon fish tacos are much lower in saturated fats and cholesterol. But that doesn't mean that salmon tacos are any less flavorful than the meat equivalents. We've paired this delicious seared fish with a fresh and zesty salad and a creamy salsa made from tomatillos and avocado.
Of course, if you want your salmon tacos to be the real deal, there's no substitute for making your own flour tortillas to serve them with. The traditional method is to use a taco press to ensure the dough is uniformly thick, and then toast in a hot skillet or pan. We recommend serving your tacos on a taco holder for them to keep their shape.
Follow this easy recipe and learn how to make Blackened Salmon Tacos!
With this recipe, you will have all of the neighbors at your door wanting to try the food that smells so good!
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