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Baja Fish Tacos are soft tortilla shells stuffed with crispy beer battered cod and topped with pico de gallo and the perfect cilantro ranch dressing.  Every bite of the fried fish is bursting with flavor but is still light and fresh enough for a perfect summer meal!

Fish tacos are a great seafood version of the tried and true taco.  Try Easy Shrimp Tacos and Grilled Spicy Blackened Salmon Tacos for more great fish taco recipes!

Finished baja tacos on a plate.

Fish Tacos

Fresh and colorful fish tacos are the quick and easy, but insanely delicious recipe you have been looking for this summer!  They are so easy to put together and make a great meal for any day of the week.  The cod is perfectly flaky with a well seasoned beer battered coating that has the perfect amount of crisp.

Load your fish into homemade tortillas for a soft shell.  Then drizzle the pan fried cod with freshly diced pico de gallo and homemade <a…

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