I followed the recipe for the fish and sauce exactly as written. Simply delicious!! Fish Tacos with Creamy Fish Taco Sauce Mama Harris Kitchen cilantro, lime juice, cumin, lime, salt, garlic powder, mayonnaise and 24 more Fish Taco Sauce Food.com Sent this to some of my friends to make as well, super simple and going in my favorite recipes collection. We make these every other week! I really like recipes with an acidic part in it. our Delicious. Hi Brea, There are a few great suggestions in the recipe comments, I highly recommend looking through those. Sounds like you found a new favorite! Great to hear that you loved it especially the sauce, it’s indeed special. Thank you for sharing your wonderful review, Bethann! Thanks for a keeper! Yay perfect! I’m so glad you found a favorite on our blog! That’s so great! That’s just awesome!! Just have a question re: the spice I am making this and a few people can’t handle spice. They're topped with a quick pico and creamy seasoned cilantro-lime sauce… Success! “Cha” is a brand made by Texas Pete’s and all my local stores carry it. Really liked this recipe! Also, I have some new shrimp tacos that I am posting later today! I’m all smiles. Maybe I like fish tacos after all…. Most people can eat 2-4 easily. Yay, great job for making a great meal that everybody enjoyed! That’s just awesome! Never gets old. This taco sauce is the best using it on nachos now! thanks for your excellent review. I am so glad your family enjoyed this recipe, thanks for sharing! Perfect! Thank you. You’re welcome! Yours fit the bill and was very tasty. Thanks for stopping by! I made the full recipe for my family of four (two teenagers) and we devoured every last bite. I’m happy you enjoyed that! We ended up using Mahi Mahi vs Tilapia and it was wonderful! We appreciate it! You could use a variety of different kinds of fish. Having company for dinner tonight and can hardly wait to share with them! So excited. Hi John, I recommend using the recipe slider. This is the first time I’ve ever posted a comment to a recipe, but I felt compelled to because these tacos were awesome and easy to make! Thank you for this delicious recipe! Otherwise, there was nothing left. So glad you loved it, Heidi. So good. I think it will also be delicious with salmon but please share with us how it goes. Nice to know that and thanks for sharing! I haven’t tried anything else yet other than that. Please share with us how it goes! Everyone loved the sauce – so simple, but so delicious!” I hope that helps. This will be in regular rotation in our household. You’re welcome! Always a crowd pleaser! I just use beer batter fish cause its what I had and used flour instead of corn tortillas. Thank you! That’s so awesome, Linda! Natasha! Will definitely be making again, thanks Natasha! Hi Dana, we enjoy it best fresh but that may work! I also found the Sriracha sauce in the Asian food section at the grocery store. In a small dish, stir together seasonings: 1/2 tsp cumin, 1/2 tsp cayenne pepper, 1 tsp salt and 1/4 tsp black pepper and evenly sprinkle the seasoning mix over both sides of tilapia. In a large bowl, combine flour and salt. Next day I heated the leftover fish in foil so as not to dry it out. Will definitely make again! Thanks for your wonderful feedback, Alex. I am absolutely blown away by how good these are. Even better than tacos I’ve had in restaurants!! We had some fresh red snapper and used that for our fish. Wow, will make again!! I’ve bottled the spices for quick use. I have had so many requests to publish the recipe so here it is! 2. NATASHA!!! That’s actually the only substitute that I can guarantee will work – plain greek yogurt! My kids have been helping me make dinners since we’ve all been home due to the pandemic. Also shredded pepper jack and Colby jack cheese together. I had to make the following changes due to we can’t go out and this is what I had in the house. I don’t think I could ever justify buying them anymore when I know I can make them THIS good! I am so happy to hear that your substitutes and limited ingredients still worked. Salmon or shrimp would be amazing as well! Hi Delfina, I couldn’t have said this better than one of my readers said here: “This is my “go to” at least once a month. These look delicious! This recipe is not a 5 star…its a 10 star!!! My all time fave used to be Remoulade, well this fish taco sauce shares #1 now depending on my mood. Never had avocado toast and boiled eggs. But WOW. Any night of the week this is a go-to but especially when short on time. Awesome! This recipe was easy for us to follow and the results were AMAZING!!!!!!! You are more than welcome to use frozen Tilapia however be sure to thaw them before baking. Thank you for sharing your wonderful review! My daughter ask for it again for Dinner! I love your comment. Everyone that has tasted them has told me they are delicious. Thank you Natasha. MAKE THESE NOW and do NOT forget to make the Taco sauce part! Thank you for sharing those substitutions with us Skye! They were amazing!! Next time I make these I’m going with flour tortillas. https://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/fish-tacos-with-lime-cilantro-crema It was SO good. My husband said this was the best dish I have ever made. Do it NOW! I did not care for fish tacos as of 10 years ago I last tried … OMG!!! I’m so glad you enjoyed that! You’re the best, Jen! Keep warm. thank you. Such great flavors! Thank you though, the tacos look really good and i’m excited to make them hehe. It was developed by my brother-in-law, Slavik and it has been adopted by pretty much everyone in our family. We tried this recipe for Cinco de Mayo and OMG it was amazing! Isn’t it the best! You’re most welcome! * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. I hope you can try the recipe soon too! Thanks again so much! Thats the only thing I did differently other then use regular flour tortillas cause that’s what I had on hand and Roma’s from my garden and I think the tacos turned out wonderfully ! We were all bummed there weren’t leftovers the next day Thank you for sharing this recipe! That’s just awesome! I haven’t tried this recipe yet. Thank you so much for giving me such a wonderful recipe to work with, so my guests believe that I actually know what I’m doing. These were sooo delicious and easy! The easiest, tastiest fish taco sauce ever. I’m so glad you enjoyed that Erin! I just use beer batter fish cause its what I had and used flour instead of corn tortillas. Thank you so much for sharing this with me! They just happen to be gluten free fish tacos! *Cotija cheese is a Mexican cheese that crumbles when you grate it; similar to feta but much milder in flavor and not nearly as salty. They were light, fresh and so tasty. Thank you Natasha for your recipe. I’m so happy you enjoyed it! Hi Sheri, I haven’t tested this with batter but here is what one of our readers wrote: “Oh my gosh, I am eating this right now. Of course, yours was #3! This sauce is a sour cream and mayonnaise-based sauce with a blend of lime juice, garlic powder, sriracha, and cumin with a touch of salt. Making this tonight. Could only find mozzarella cheese so that was another substitute. For the adults that like more spice, I added more Sriracha, garlic, and lime. This taco sauce is essentially a lime crema – the perfect blend of tanginess and heat (print the recipe below).