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Twenty- Minute Tilapia Tacos

Tilapia Taco

Twenty- Minute Tilapia Tacos

Yes. I know it’s not Tuesday, Taco Tuesday that is, but it has been a grueling week and I happened onto this Twenty- Minute Tilapia Taco photograph and recipe in my drafts box through a current series of events.

Turns out that Half-Hour Social Media is the end reward once you later have followed the tasks of an expert whose first order was that I create a specific Spiced Peach Blog Page on Pinterest. One of all social media functions of mine that have been left unattended, I’m pretty sure since I began this effort called a food blog. May I share with you that there is nothing easy about populating four and a half years of photographs aligned to recipes over five full days and counting. On the other hand, nearly reaching 500 recipes from Spiced Peach Blog does lend to a refreshing feeling of accomplishment. I hope you’ll check it out.

All the while I’ve really, really, really been hoping people don’t keep their Pinterest notifications turned on through email as they have likely gotten upwards of over 400 in the past five days. Initially, I created a ‘secret board’ to open once the board was done but strangely, it didn’t seem to be working for these large-scale purposes. Sigh. If you are one of these people reading this post now… I am SO, SO sorry. 

Now I only have to figure out how the heck to get that Board placed to the top of my page. Sigh. Well, at least I’ll now have more allowed time if unlike Half Hour Social Media, I prepare the Twenty-Minute Tilapia Taco. See you soon.

Twenty-Minute Tilapia Taco
Serves 4
Quick and Easy weeknight dinner
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Total Time
20 min
Total Time
20 min
  1. 3 tablespoons oil
  2. 1 pound tilapia
  3. pinch ground cumin
  4. pinch coarse kosher salt and cracked black pepper
  5. 4 medium sized flour tortillas
  6. 1 cup prepared guacamole
  7. 1 bunch fresh arugula
  8. 2 plum tomatoes, chopped
  9. 3/4 cup yellow cheddar cheese
  1. Heat nonstick pan on medium heat, warm oil, swirl around pan, set in tilapia. Sprinkle fish with spices and cook for four minutes on one side before flipping over and cooking until just done on the seasoned side, approximately another four minutes. Evenly spoon guacamole onto the center of each tortilla, set on a piece of cooked tilapia, add on tomatoes, arugula, and cheese. Serve straight away.
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  1. Posted January 26, 2017 at 11:30 am | Permalink

    Tacos are an anytime win. They can be small enough to satisfy snack hunger or hearty enough for an evening meal. I really enjoy fish tacos. This is a win-win, Peggy.
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  2. Joanne C.
    Posted January 27, 2017 at 2:44 pm | Permalink

    Now this I can make Peg! Beautiful and it looks delicious.

  3. Posted January 29, 2017 at 7:22 pm | Permalink

    Hi Peggy, 500 posts, wow you certainly have been busy. Pinterest is still a mystery to me. I try but who knows what I really am doing, lol. Anyway, lovely dinner, love tacos especially fish tacos, these really look delicious.

    • Posted January 30, 2017 at 9:43 am | Permalink

      Hi Cheri! Thanks so much. Tilapia tacos are ridiculously easy and it is a quick way for families or those single and working to get something satisfying onto the table quickly. I’ve been loving your Arizona gems and recipes! The Pinterest was a big job with still a bit of tweaking to do but at least now I’m on the right page… now on to the next items… See you soon.

  4. Meredith A.
    Posted January 30, 2017 at 9:46 am | Permalink

    Hi Peg, the tilapia taco looks delish and easy to make, getting a go at my house this week

    Posted February 3, 2017 at 9:45 pm | Permalink

    This looks easy. On Sunday I had lunch at a “joint” in Morro Bay that had thee most scrumptious fish tacos. Only fresh fish. Taco Temple. It is a gem and more people than not realize that. Anyway I am in the mood for more fish tacos. So, thank you.

    • Posted February 5, 2017 at 5:19 pm | Permalink

      Hi Mary, easy, peasy and so tasty too. Thank You! I just had fish tacos at an awesome little Mexican restaurant in Philly last night and they were awesome. Taco Temple sound fantastic too! Talk to you soon! Hugs,Peggy

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