Authentic Mexican dishes like this one are flavorful and naturally low fat without sacrificing the taste. The flavors leave you always wanting that next bite. Just a preference is a squeeze of lime juice over the avocado.
Muscatine, Iowa's Rica Hahnbaum seasons a pork roast with onions, garlic and spices, and cooks it slowly until tender. Then she shreds the flavorful meat and wraps it along with colorful peppers in warm tortillas.
The corn bread and beef bake together in the same casserole dish, making this entree convenient. It's packed with delicious seasonings, and the cheese and onions make an attractive topping. Everyone who tries it likes it.
“A cool sauce with just a bit of zing tops these crispy, spicy fish tacos,” says Lena Lim of Seattle, Washington. “I love this recipe. It's great, guilt-free and doesn't break the bank…always a good thing when you're a college kid!”
“I grew up in Alaska where halibut was readily available for recipes like this. A good friend, who normally doesn’t eat fish, went back for fourth helpings of these flavorful tacos.” —Cortney Claeson, Spokane, Washington
“This delicious recipe is my copy-cat version of the most excellent Mexican food we ever had in Flagstaff, Arizona. The original recipe used beef instead of pork, but this comes mighty close to the same taste.” —Ariella Winn, Mesquite, Texas