Tacos with fresh Anaheim peppers and mahi-mahi fish is always a hit. In today’s post, I share a recipe that features Anaheim peppers as the main ingredient. This Anaheim Fish Taco Recipe is easy to create with a toaster oven or oven air fryer making it a hit year-round.
Anaheim and Mango Fish Taco Recipe
The really great thing about the Anaheim peppers is it is easy to grow in almost any home garden. Anaheim pepper is one of my family’s favorite because it has just the right amount of heat without overwhelming the dish. Read more about the Anaheim Pepper here.
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Images From My Kitchen
Below are some of the photos I took to share the cooking experience with you. This is a super easy recipe. Don’t let the nicely cut mango fool you, I had to ask friends online how to do this!
Beautiful Anaheim peppers from the garden. This pepper variety can be found in most grocery stores year-round in the produce section.
The yellows in this dish are trying to take over but I assure you that the Anaheim Pepper is the dominant scent going on here.
I recently decided to finally purchase this Tajin Spice I kept seeing at Aldi. During my recent visited I tweeted and asked how they used it. Their shares did inspire me to use this in this Anaheim and Fish Taco Recipe today.
When I made this meal it was in my toaster oven. I love using little appliances. Today I am hooked on my Oven Air Fryer. We use this appliance every day in my home.
Printable Recipe Card Here: Anaheim Fish Taco Recipe Card
Anaheim Fish Taco Recipe
● 2 tablespoons of Olive Oil
● 3 teaspoons of Tajin Season Classic
● 2 large Anaheim peppers
● 4 medium size tomatoes ( diced about 1/2 cup )
● 1/2 cup of blanched sweet corn
● 1/2 cup of chopped mango
● 1/4 cup of chopped fresh cilantro
● 4 mahi mahi pieces
● 4-6 corn soft corn shells
● greens / lettuce mix
● Mexican cheese (optional)
1. Chop up peppers, tomatoes and mango and 1/2 of cilantro and place in an oven safe
2. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle on Tajin spice seasoning.
3. Bake in a Toaster Oven for about 20 minutes or until the veggies and fruit are getting a
little dark on edges and slightly softened.
4. Fish can be baked in the same toaster oven on the lower shelf.
5. Set the oven on broil and slightly warm corn shells.
6. serve mahi mahi fish sliced on corn shell with veggie and fruit mix on top. Sprinkle
remaining cilantro and Mexican cheese if desired.
7. Side of greens to soak up juice from taco is optional.
What do you think of fish in tacos? If you use this recipe I would like to hear from you so be sure to comment below. Reach out to me on my contact page to tell me more about what type of recipes you would like me to share.
Happy Taco Day,