Asian/Mexican Salmon Taquitos

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Tiny Morsels of Salmon Taquitos are great for a savory bite smothered in Asian sauce and are ready in minutes.

Nutritious and a filling snack for hungry mouths and gluten free!

This is made in 1 skillet and is quicker than many desserts!

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Step 1: Ingredients & Prep


2 lbs of salmon, cubed

1 tbsp. black bean sauce

1/2 yellow pepper, sliced

1 small onion sliced

1 tbsp. of sriracha sauce

1 tbsp. EVOO

5-8, 4" corn tortillas, warmed

shredded lettuce

black sesame seeds


Mix the black bean sauce and hot sauce into the salmon.

In a preheated skillet add oil, peppers and onions

Sauté until softened; approx. 5 min. on med. high heat

Move the veggies over and make a spot to place the salmon chunks.

Brown on all sides, cooking for approx. 8 min until cooked through.


Warm the tortillas.

Add some lettuce, 2-3 pieces of salmon and sprinkle with sesame seeds to each warm tortilla.

Roll tightly and use a wooden skewer to seal

*Mine are larger for photography purposes.

Enjoy with love!

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    3 years ago

    These look delicious! I love a good fish taco, and these look amazing.

    Yummm! :)

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    Reply 3 years ago

    Thanks they're so easy and economical hope you try them