In the directions they say to top with avocado. However they fail to add avocados to the ingredients list. I think they are an important addition to these tacos and should definitely be added to the ingredient list.
Tilapia & Poblano Tacos
From EatingWell: EatingWell on a Budget (2010)
Here’s a quick take on fish tacos: just sauté fish, onions and peppers and serve with tortillas and some simple toppings. Poblano peppers vary immensely in heat level and tasting them is the only way to judge how hot they are. So before cooking, taste your poblanos and add a pinch of cayenne or a jalapeño if you want more heat. Use green bell peppers if you want a milder taco.
4 Reviews for Tilapia & Poblano Tacos
This is a delicious recipe - I am planning to make it for the second time tonight and am not going to change a thing from the original recipe (which is unusual for me...).
We liked these a whole lot!!! Loved the corn! I do after eating so many different kind of fish tacos think I prefer ones with some type of fruit in the salsa/relish...preferably mango! These were very good though and definitely would make again! Thanks!
This recipe is ABSOLUTELY amazing!! My husband and I LOVE it.. I will definately be making it again VERY soon.. This one is a must try..
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