Island Fish Tacos



We love this recipe!

Mickey and I came up with it together. We like to try different seasonings with different choices of meats. So when we saw Island Woodfire Grill, we had to try it. The first time we let it set for almost a week before we decided what to use it on. But now when we get it, we are lucky if it lasts more than that weekend.

So here it is…


1 pkg McCormick™ Grill Mates Island Woodfire Grill seasoning

1/4 c Vegetable oil

2 T water

2 T white or apple cider vinegar (I used white)

Tilapia thawed(I use 4-7 filets depending on how many servings needed)

Tortillas, we have tried flour, corn and wheat, and to be honest they are all good. It just depends on your preference.

1/2 1lb. bag Tri-color Coleslaw

Mayo or coleslaw mix (we use mayo because the seasoning is already so flavorful that you don’t really need anything else)

Cooking spray


Thaw individually wrapped Tilapia in a bowl of cold water for about 10 minutes.

Cut open packs and place filets in bowl to marinade.

Combine seasoning pack, oil, water and vinegar and whisk together then pour over filets.

I let them marinade for about 5-10 minutes.

100_1659Spray a skillet with the cooking spray and place on stove over medium heat.

Place filets in the heating skillet then cover with remaining marinade.

Cook for a short time (around 3 minutes) then flip each filet over and repeat. Filets should be white and flaky.

While the filets are cooking, mix the coleslaw with mayo to the consistency you would prefer. Personally, we like it a bit drier so we use about 1 tablespoon.


Also, heat up the tortillas *optional* by wetting paper towels around tortillas and placing in microwave for 15-30 seconds depending on your microwave.

Finally, put together your tacos and enjoy!



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