jalapeno fish tacos

Spicy Fish Tacos with Moore’s Jalapeno Hot Sauce

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Happy Cinco de Mayo! We’ve got a quick, easy recipe for spicy fish tacos for you today. Last week I reviewed Moore’s Marinade’s new Spicy Mustard Sauce. This week, I’m taking a look at their Jalapeno Hot Sauce.
This green machine packs plenty of jalapeno flavor, with a tomatillo tartness. I enjoyed it and it would be perfect in a batch of chili verde. Which I wasn’t in the mood for when I tasted this stuff. What I was jonesing were some quick, simple fish tacos.
jalapeno fish taco recipe
Rather than splorching some of the jalapeno sauce over the finished product, I opted to mix it into the mayo that goes into said tacos. That turned out to be a good idea.
moores jalapenoThe jalapeno gave more dimension to the sauce but the mayonnaise brought the heat down to a mellow, lingering sting, which I enjoyed.

jalapeno fish tacos
Spicy Fish Tacos with Moore's Jalapeno Hot Sauce
Print Recipe
I could pound fish tacos all day. Breaded white fish, mayo, salsa, cabbage, and a tortilla? Oh, hell yeah. Even so, there's room for improvement. Enter green hot sauce.
Prep Time
5 minutes or more
Cook Time
20 minutes
Prep Time
5 minutes or more
Cook Time
20 minutes
jalapeno fish tacos
Spicy Fish Tacos with Moore's Jalapeno Hot Sauce
Print Recipe
I could pound fish tacos all day. Breaded white fish, mayo, salsa, cabbage, and a tortilla? Oh, hell yeah. Even so, there's room for improvement. Enter green hot sauce.
Prep Time
5 minutes or more
Cook Time
20 minutes
Prep Time
5 minutes or more
Cook Time
20 minutes
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
Spicy Mayo
  1. Mix the hot sauce and mayonnaise in a small bowl. Refrigerate while the fish sticks are cooking.
Tacos
  1. Bake or fry the fish sticks per the instructions.
  2. Spread equal amounts of the mayo in the center of each tortilla. Add the fish sticks, then everything else.
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Managing Editor | Mark is a freelance journalist based out of Los Angeles. He’s our Do-It-Yourself specialist, and happily agrees to try pretty much every twisted project we come up with.

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