Youngs Chip Shop Recipes – Fish Taco with Mango Salsa and Feta cheeseAugust 4, 2017
Do you ever find that you eat the same food in the same way all of the time? Well I was challenged by Youngs to come up with a new recipe for their Youngs Chip Shop Cod fillets. Having just come back from America where we visited the Bahamas I wanted something full of flavour with a bit of a zing so I opted for Fish Tacos with Mango Salsa and Feta Cheese.
Ok so it’s not really a Taco and more of a wrap but the concept is still the same. To make these you need the following ingredients.
- 4 Youngs Chip Shop Cod Fillets
- 4 Tortilla Wraps
- Feta cheese
- Iceberg Lettuce
- 1 Mango
- 1 Red Pepper
- 1 Red onion
- 1 Red Chilli (or more for heat)
Place the Youngs Chip Shop Cod fillets in the oven according to the instructions on the packet. Finely chop all of the salsa ingredients in one bowl. Add Coriander to your taste. You can add additional chillis if you want more heat to your salsa or use a hot sauce of your choice when constructing your taco.
When the Youngs Chip Shop Fish is cooked, remove from the oven and chop. Construct your Taco as shown below.
- Place shredded lettuce on the tortilla
- Place chopped up Youngs Chip Shop Cod Fillet on top of the lettuce
- Spoon on the mango Salsa, add as much as you like.
- Sprinkle over some feta cheese
- Eat and enjoy!
The Fish Tacos tasted amazing and the combination of feta and mango goes perfectly with the crunchy batter and flaky fish. The Youngs Chip Shop Cod Fillets add lots of texture to the tacos thanks to its unique crisp, bubbly batter and the 100% succulent white cod fillet. At just 243 calories per fish fillet these make a tasty meal that fits in well with a balanced diet.
Obviously if you want something a bit more traditional then Youngs Chip Shop Cod fillets can help you to recreate the authentic taste of the chippy at home and you can check out this video recipe by Ruth Langsford and Young’s chef Serge Nollent as they prepare the nation’s favourite Young’s Chip Shop Cod Fillets served with a homemade curry sauce, chips and minted mushy peas.
So whether you want to enjoy your fish in the traditional way such as a fish sandwich or with a bit of extra flare, I hope you enjoy these recipe suggestions. I know that I will be looking at these products in a different way in future and trying to think outside of the box to create yummy family dinners that we can all enjoy. If you want to see more Youngs recipe suggestions then head over to the website YoungsSeafood.co.uk