Fish Tacos (Slimming World friendly)
This recipe is so easy to make and really tasty. Now the WW wraps can be used as a healthy extra the only part of it you need to syn is the mayonnaise sauce. Fish can sometimes be expensive but I used frozen hake fillets for this which were £3.70 and this recipe serves four so it's good value for money. I based this recipe on one I found from Nigella lawson just had to change a few things to make it Slimming World friendly.
I also think this is family friendly and a great way to get children to eat fish and this makes it fun assembling the different parts of the taco and also means if they don't like one part of it like the red onion they can just leave that out.
4 hake or cod fillets (fresh or frozen)
1 tsp salt
1 tsp ground cumin
1/2 tsp paprika
1/2 tsp garlic granules
low calorie spray oil
2 red onions (thinly sliced)
juice of a lime
1 can sweetcorn (drained )
4 tbsp extra light mayonnaise
1 tbsp sriracha chili sauce (if liked)
4 WW wraps
wedges of lime to serve
Preheat your oven at gas 6 /200/400 then line a roasting tray with foil (makes cleaning up easier afterwards). Place the fish fillets on there. In a small bowl combine the salt, cumin, paprika and garlic powder and mix well. Spray the fish fillets with the spray oil then sprinkle on the spice mixture. Place in the oven for 5-10 minutes for fresh fish and 20-25 minutes for frozen fish.
While the fish is cooking make up the sauce by combining the sriracha with the mayonnaise and mix well. If you don't like spice you can just use the mayonnaise as it is.
Mix the red onions with the lime juice and set aside. The lime juice takes some of the harsh edge off the raw onion.
When the fish is cooked remove from the oven and then get ready to assemble your taco.
Take the wrap and place the fish fillet on it, drizzle with the mayonnaise sauce, Put on some of the red onions, a spoonful of sweetcorn and some shredded lettuce then fold over.
Just add a squeeze of fresh lime juice and enjoy!!
Serves 4 at 1 syn each if using the wrap as your healthy extra.