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15 Delish Fish Tacos from Food Bloggers

Fish Tacos with Strawberry-Cucumber Salsa

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Strawberry is the standout ingredient in these fish tacos from healthy living blog Back to Her Roots. Cucumbers and jalapeños combine with the berries for a sweet and spicy topping that tastes great on a whole wheat wrap. (If you're into the savory fruit dish, you'll love these Fruit-Centric Grill Recipes for a Sweeter Cookout.)

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Honey-Lime Tequila Shrimp Tacos with Avocado, Purple Slaw, and Chipotle Crema

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Swap the typical white fish found in fish tacos for grilled shrimp to serve up a mouth-watering meal that's a little heartier. These picture-perfect shrimp tacos from Tartine and Apron Strings will impress any dinner guests.

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Spicy Mahi Mahi Fish Tacos with Roasted Corn Salsa

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These classic Mexican fish tacos are easy to assemble and take only 45 minutes to make, so you can whip them up for a relatively quick weeknight dinner. Flaky Mahi Mahi is the perfect fish to compliment the fresh roasted corn salsa.

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Chipotle Fish Tacos with Peach Salsa

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Juicy peaches brighten up these chipotle fish tacos with peach salsa from Feasting at Home. The spicy marinade on the grilled fish uses smokey chipotles, garlic, cumin, and coriander to pack on the heat—but don't worry, it's balanced out by the peaches.

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Paleo Fish Tacos

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Leave it to Danielle Walker, founder of the popular grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free site Against All Grain, to come up with a Paleo Fish Taco recipe that mimics the beer-battered fish found in many street-style fish tacos. Coconut flour serves as the base for the tortillas, while shredded coconut is used as a breading for the fish. (Paleo lovers can also try these 10 Easy Paleo Diet Recipes.)

Photo: Against All Grain

Blackened Salmon Tacos with Jalapeno Corn Salsa

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Salmon adds extra flavor as the base for these blackened salmon tacos with jalapeño corn salsa from Bloom and Nourish. Make your own blackening seasoning (don't worry, it's super easy!) and quick guacamole for a healthy meal that looks fancy but will quickly become a weeknight staple.

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Greek Fish Tacos

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If a gyro and a taco had a baby, it would be these delicious Greek fish tacos from blogger Gimme Some Oven, which swap pita for a tortilla and salsa for some tzatziki. Choose your favorite white fish to sauté, then top with red cabbage, tomatoes, olives, cucumber, and feta.

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Crispy Fish Tacos with Spicy Slaw

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The combination of hot, fried fish with creamy, cool slaw in these crispy fish tacos from Life's Ambrosia will blow away your taste buds! Greek yogurt serves as the base for the tangy and spicy slaw that makes these tacos so special. Yum! (You can also try topping it with one of these 10 Slaw Side Dishes That Put Coleslaw to Shame.)

Photo: Life's Ambrosia

Lobster Tacos with Green Onion Cilantro Sauce

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If you want to get really fancy, sub out fish for lobster, like Heather Cristo did in these tasty lobster tacos. A radish-cilantro salad gives the tacos a nice crunch, while the green onion cilantro sauce adds a lime-y zing.

Photo: Heather Cristo

Chipotle Beer Battered Fish Tacos with Avocado Cream

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When you need to feel like you're on vacation, these chipotle beer-battered fish tacos from Bites of Bri will take you there! The San Diego-inspired recipe uses a spicy batter for the fish that pairs well with the cool avocado cream.

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Baja Fish Tacos

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It's tough to say which is the best part about Half Baked Harvest's baja fish tacos: the chipotle crema, the grapefruit-pomegranate salsa, or the cotija cheese sprinkled on top. Luckily, you don't have to choose with this recipe!

Photo: Half Baked Harvest

Green Scallop Tacos

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You may never go back to red salsa after you have the green herb salsa in Skinnytaste's green scallop tacos. Think all things green—jalapeño, avocado, cilantro, parsley, cucumber—blended to make the perfect bed for carmelized scallops. A squeeze of lime juice brings it all together.

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Strawberry Salsa Fish Tacos with Ginger-Cilantro Vinaigrette

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At just 372 calories per serving, these healthy, fruity, flavorful tacos from Melissa Bailey are a great go-to when you're looking for a light meal. Cilantro lovers will be obsessed with the tangy vinaigrette, which goes perfectly with the strawberry salsa. You might just want to make extra for your salads!

Photo: Melissa Bailey

Honey BBQ Mahi Mahi Tacos with Red Onion and Crumbled Cheddar

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For a totally different take on tacos, try Cooking with Cakes' honey BBQ tacos, which are more savory and comforting than the average beachside fish taco. The BBQ sauce is so simple to make, you'll want to keep a batch in the fridge for dipping and marinating!

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Simple Seared Ahi Tuna Tacos

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With 28 grams of protein and 14 grams of fiber in two tacos, Nutritionist in the Kitch's ahi tuna tacos are a great balanced meal. Better yet? They take just 15 minutes, so you won't be tempted to raid the kitchen while you're waiting for dinner to cook. Use store-bought salsa or make a homemade salsa ahead of time to be extra speedy in the kitchen. (But we do love these 12 Homemade Salsa Recipes for Any Fiesta.)

Photo: Nutritionist in the Kitch

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