Margarita Fish Tacos & What’s On Your Plate?

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Welcome to What’s On Your Plate?!

What’s on Your Plate? is designed to be a conversation amongst good eaters.

Tell us about a recent meal. Did it meet with rave reviews? Or did it bomb? What side dishes did you pair with the star of the show? Did you try a new ingredient? Find the groceries at great prices?

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Each week a featured foodie* will share his or her plate and then the rest of us will get a chance to link up our own posts or share in the comments what good cheap eats we’ve been enjoying.

What’s On Amanda’s Plate?

This week Amanda shares her recipe for Fish Tacos. They go so fast at her house, it’s hard to snap a picture. Fish tacos are a great way to get fish into your diet without tasting too, well, fishy.

What’s on YOUR Plate?

Share with us a recent meal you prepared. Either link it up below or tell us about it in the comments. Please make sure that you link to in your post so others know where the dinner party is.

And don’t forget to pop around and visit the other good eaters participating today. I’m sure you will be inspired to make all sorts of Good Cheap Eats at your house.

* If you’d like to be a featured foodie, just email me: jessica AT lifeasmom DOT com. Include a photo, a brief description of your plate, and a short bio.

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  1. The tacos look yummy! Thanks for hosting. 🙂

  2. I just made some salsa that would be great with your fish tacos!!

  3. The fish tacos look amazing! Beautiful photo and great recipe.

    • What kind of salsa did you make? Thanks…I think Jessica did a little touch-up on my picture because it didn’t look that good when I sent it to her! 😉

  4. So I have a question…. is mahi mahi a frugal fish dish? I live in the midwest, so local fish isn’t exactly a viable option, and I’m pretty clueless about the whole fish food group anyway

    • I think that probably varies greatly by region. Here in San Diego, I can get it for about $2.99 on sale which is a great price on fish. It’s still sold thawed from frozen at the fish counter. It’s not “fresh” as in just caught.

      We rarely bought fish when we lived in Kansas because it was cost prohibitive, so I understand where you’re coming from.

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