Fish Taco Cabbage Bowls (Video)
Fish Taco Cabbage Bowls are a delicious and easy-to-make idea that can be a great low-carb or Keto dinner any time of year!
Don’t you think times when the seasons are changing are the hardest time to plan what to cook? That’s just one reason I love these tasty Fish Taco Cabbage Bowls, because whether you’re lucky enough to be having a warm spring where you live or you’re still having snow like Utah, this will be a great low-carb dinner either way. And trust me when I say that these Low-Carb Fish Taco Cabbage Bowls are really a WOW. My sister Sandee loves this recipe and makes it over and over.
And this is one of my personal favorites as well. I have high standards about what recipes actually end up making an appearance on Kalyn’s Kitchen, so if you see a recipe here you always know I really enjoyed the dish. And then in that growing collection of recipes I loved, occasionally something pops up that I make over and over! These Fish Taco Cabbage Bowls were so delicious that when my nephew Jake and I tested the recipe, we kept gushing over how good they were.
These are definitely an offspring of Sriracha Beef Cabbage Bowls (another recipe I love). I hope you’ll give this recipe a try; I bet you’ll love it just like we did for a quick and healthy dinner! If you’re a cabbage fan like I am check out Low-Carb and Keto Recipes with Cabbage for more tasty recipes with cabbage and if it’s a bowl recipe you’re looking for check out Low-Carb Bowl Meals You’ll Make Over and Over.
(This recipe was featured in Ten Low-Carb Mexican Food Favorites You’ll Make Over and Over.)
What kind of fish is good for Fish Taco Cabbage Bowls?
I originally made this recipe with Tilapia, which was good but might not be my choice now. Any type of mild white fish such as cod, bass, grouper, haddock, catfish, snapper, halibut, or Mahi Mahi will work for this recipe. I haven’t tried making it with salmon, but I bet that would be delicious too.
How to Make Fish Taco Cabbage Bowls:
(Scroll down for complete recipe with nutritional information.)
- I used three pieces of fish, which was enough fish for 4 fish taco cabbage bowls; use any type of mild white fish.
- Mix spices together, then rub the fish with olive oil and the spice mixture and let it come to room temperature.
- You could buy pre-sliced coleslaw mix, but we sliced the cabbage using a Mandoline Slicer (affiliate link) and the 3cm blade. You’ll also need some thinly sliced green onions.
- Whisk together mayo, lime juice, Green Tabasco Sauce (affiliate link), and a little Vege-Sal (affiliate link) or salt. If you’re not a big mayo fan, a mix of mayo and Greek Yogurt would also be good here. (For Paleo option, use homemade mayo.)
- I used my Calphalon Stovetop Grill Pan (affiliate link) to cook the fish, but a regular frying pan will also work.
- Brush on a little olive oil and heat the pan before you put the fish on. After about 4 minutes on medium-high, I turned my fish to the second side and let it cook about 4 minutes more.
- Remove the fish and let it cool just a minute or so; then use two forks to shred the fish apart.
- Mix about half of the thinly sliced green onions with the cabbage mixture, and toss with enough dressing to barely moisten the cabbage.
- Fill a bowl with the cabbage mixture and top with desired amount of the shredded fish.
- Then drizzle a little more of the spicy mayo mixture over the top. Sprinkle with a few green onions and devour! (Green onions apparently didn’t make it into the photo at this point!)
- We like this served with guacamole, which adds another punch of flavor!
More Tasty Low-Carb Ideas with Fish:
Low-Carb Roasted Barramundi with Tomato and Olive Relish ~ Kalyn’s Kitchen
Spicy Grilled fish with Citrus Slaw ~ Shugary Sweets
Low-Carb Salmon Patties with Double-Dill Tartar Sauce ~ Kalyn’s Kitchen
Parmesan-Crusted Fish with Lemon and Capers ~ Aggie’s Kitchen
Roasted Lemon Salmon and Asparagus Sheet Pan Meal ~ Kalyn’s Kitchen
If your fish fillets are very large, you'll only need 3 pieces of fish to make four servings. You could also make this with pre-sliced coleslaw mix if you don’t want to slice the cabbage. I love Szeged Fish Rub (affiliate link) but there are many good brands. We love Good Foods Tableside Chunky Guacamole, which was easy and good for this recipe. I used my fresh-frozen lime juice, which is something I always have in the freezer. We used Green Tabasco Sauce (affiliate link) but another type of hot sauce can work. This recipe created by Kalyn with inspiration from Sriracha Beef Cabbage Bowls. Nutrition information is automatically calculated by the Recipe Plug-In I am using. I am not a nutritionist and cannot guarantee 100% accuracy, since many variables affect those calculations.
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 354Total Fat: 31gSaturated Fat: 5gUnsaturated Fat: 25gCholesterol: 43mgSodium: 521mgCarbohydrates: 7gFiber: 3gSugar: 2gProtein: 12g
If your fish fillets are very large, you'll only need 3 pieces of fish to make four servings. You could also make this with pre-sliced coleslaw mix if you don’t want to slice the cabbage. I love Szeged Fish Rub (affiliate link) but there are many good brands. We love Good Foods Tableside Chunky Guacamole, which was easy and good for this recipe. I used my fresh-frozen lime juice, which is something I always have in the freezer. We used Green Tabasco Sauce (affiliate link) but another type of hot sauce can work.
This recipe created by Kalyn with inspiration from Sriracha Beef Cabbage Bowls.
Nutrition information is automatically calculated by the Recipe Plug-In I am using. I am not a nutritionist and cannot guarantee 100% accuracy, since many variables affect those calculations.
Low-Carb Diet / Low-Glycemic Diet / South Beach Diet Suggestions:
This low-carb and gluten-free recipe is great for any phase of the South Beach Diet or any other type of low-carb eating plan.
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