Fish Fajitas

This post was written by past Catholic Cuisine contributor Amy.

One of our new favorite Lenten meals is Fish Fajitas.  Thought I would share this with you.  The recipe is not very exact because it really depends on how many people you are feeding.

White Wine
Lemon Juice
Assorted Peppers
Cheddar Cheese, grated
Sour Cream

I just got the packaged tilapia from Costco and cooked it according to package directions except lightly sprinkling equal amounts of wine and lemon juice. For about 6 fish filets I used probably 1/8 a cup of each. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.

Meanwhile slice peppers and onions thinly and fry in a little bit of oil.

When fish is done, flake it up.

We like these served on homemade tortillas, you can find the recipe here: Whole Wheat Tortillas
It is all pretty easy and very yummy! Even my little ones will eat it! Ok, ok... they do pull off the peppers and onions, but they eat the fish!

Update: I forgot to add (thank you PNG for reminding me) that this is so simple to add your favorite spices too. My kids like it mild, so i didn't add anything special other than the ones listed above. Also I would have had salsa on they too, but we were out!

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  1. This is a neat way to serve fish, we'll have to try it!

  2. oh la la, I adore fish and am constantly looking for new recipes...especially during lent! this caught my eye, I'll try it tomorrow for dinner :D