Menu Plan: Feb 24th – March 2nd {Recipe: Balsamic Fish Tacos}

Balsamic Fish Tacos from www.dineanddish.net

A recipe you will definitley want on your menu, the Dine & Dish Menu Plan for the week, and a great giveaway from Marzetti’s Simply Dressed Salad Dressing, all below!

I am obsessed, with a capital “O”, with fish tacos lately. I just can’t get enough of them… so much that they’ve made a weekly appearance on our table for the past several weeks. I’ve made fish tacos before, but those tacos contained fried fish. Now, my favorite form of fish tacos is with thick cuts of white fish, cheese, cabbage and tomatoes, all with a douse of Marzetti Simply Dressed Balsamic Dressing. Oh dear me… these fish tacos are my new “I need dinner on the table in 15 minutes” meal. So fresh and so good…if you haven’t made fish tacos at home, I beg of you to give these a chance. Once you enjoy fish tacos for the first time, I think Taco Tuesday might start having a whole new meaning at your house!

Our menu for this week is full of classic winter dishes. We had over a foot of snow dumped on us this past week and we’re supposed to get at least that much again tomorrow. We’re hunkering down, staying warm, and filling our bellies with comfort foods.

Marzetti Simply Dressed Giveaway Details

As an extra bonus with my weekly menu plan post, my friends at Marzetti Simply Dressed have offered to give one lucky Dine & Dish reader the chance to win a great prize pack. The prize pack includes:

  •  5 VIP Simply Dressed Coupons
  • One (1) $35 Visa gift card
  • One (1) Marzetti women’s half apron
  • One (1) Marzetti Simply Dressed stainless knife set with cutting board
  • Wood salad plates, including one platter, one 10 inch plate, four 7X8 inch plates and one 5 inch plate

To enter the giveaway, simply complete the steps in the giveaway widget below the Balsamic Fish Taco recipe.

Balsamic Fish Tacos
 
A quick and easy fish taco recipe, utilizing Marzetti SImply Dressed Balsamic Salad Dressing for a burst of flavor.
Ingredients
  • 1 Tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 Tablespoon butter
  • 4 Tilapia Fillets, cut into 1 inch pieces (you may substitute any other firm, white fish)
  • 2 Tablespoons Zatarains Creole Seasoning
  • ¼ teaspoon Kosher salt
  • ½ head red cabbage, coarsely chopped
  • 3 green onions, diced
  • ½ cup Marzetti Simply Dressed Balsamic Salad Dressing
  • 1 large tomato, seeded and diced
  • 2 cups shredded Monterrey Jack cheese
  • 6 small tortillas, warmed
Instructions
  1. In a large skillet, heat olive oil and butter over medium heat, until butter is melted.
  2. Toss Tilapia fillet pieces with Creole seasoning.
  3. Add to the skillet and cook over medium heat for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Sprinkle with salt.
  4. While fish is cooking, toss chopped cabbage and onion with Marzetti Simply Dressed Balsamic Salad Dressing. Once combined, add to the skillet with the fish and continue stirring over medium heat until cabbage becomes tender and fish is completely cooked through (approximately 5 minutes).
  5. Remove from heat.
  6. Assemble the tortillas with shredded cheese, fish and cabbage mixture, and topped with diced tomatoes. Drizzle with additional Marzetti Simply Dressed Balsamic Salad Dressing, if desired.

I am happy to be partnering with Marzetti Simply Dressed to bring you this recipe and post. They are providing the giveaway items. All opinions expressed are my own.

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Comments

  1. says

    Not only am I envious that you do such an awesome meal plan, I love these tacos!! We have tacos several times a month, but I’m loving the balsamic on this version. Totally going on my virtual list!! Well… I the tacos will be made for sure, I just need to make a real plan.

  2. says

    Love fish tacos and it looks like the balsamic created a really nice glaze on the fish! I just found a little hole in the wall that sells the BEST homemade tortillas here in philly so what better way to use them than a fish taco!

  3. Debra says

    I made this tonight and had some issues :(. My fish got mushy and my cabbage never really got soft, but more of a rubber texture. And, the red cabbage gave the fish a pinkish tint, which made it look undercooked. Even though the fish was good, the pink appearance and rubbery cabbage were not a good combo. What did I do wrong?

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