The first thing you might think of when you hear the words fish tacos are probably Baja-style tacos filled with crispy fried fish. This easy Asian salmon tacos with mango salsa recipe is the best way to eat salmon! Spicy salmon with a cool, crunchy salsa. Simple and healthy in about 20 minutes! Also, check out PrimeWater Seafood for salmon that is SUSTAINABLY RAISED & TRACEABLE.
I like to heat a couple of tortillas at a time in a large skillet over the stove. These Asian salmon tacos are fabulously easy to make and can be ready to go in less than 30 minutes, making them perfect for anything from busy school nights to fuss-free entertaining on the weekend. They’re also wonderfully hearty and filling, while still made with fresh and healthy ingredients you can feel great about.
If you are on the absolute search for a real healthy, fast, and easy salmon taco recipe to make during the week, then these Asian salmon tacos are for you! So pop some salmon on your grocery list for this week, and let’s make some healthy tacos together!
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Asian Salmon Tacos
Asian Salmon Tacos
- Prep Time: :15
- Cook Time: :05
- Total Time: :20
- Yield: 4 1x
- Category: Dinner
- Method: Stovetop
- Cuisine: Fusion
- 1 pound salmon fillet, skin removed, cut into 1-inch cubes
- 2 tablespoons hoisin sauce
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- Shredded lettuce
- 8 corn tortillas (6 inches), warmed
- 1–1/2 teaspoons black sesame seeds
- Mango salsa, optional
- Chipolte Dipping Sauce
- Toss salmon with hoisin sauce. In a large nonstick skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat. Cook salmon until it begins to flake easily with a fork, 3-5 minutes, turning gently to brown all sides.
- Serve salmon and lettuce in tortillas; sprinkle with sesame seeds. If desired, top with salsa.
- Look for thick center pieces of salmon so your cubes will be consistently sized for even cooking.
- Hoisin sauce is used as both a sauce and condiment in Chinese and Vietnamese cooking. Its flavor is distinctive in two Chinese classics: char siu and moo shu pork.
- The flavor of hoisin sauce varies quite a bit between brands, so feel free to adjust the amount used.
- Black sesame seeds have a slightly nuttier flavor than white ones. If you don’t have them, use toasted white sesame seeds instead.
Keywords: Asian Salmon Tacos