Super Quick Blackened Fish Tacos with Mango

These Blackened Fish Tacos with Mango, made with a premixed seasoning, are super quick and easy to pull together for dinner.
↓ Jump to Recipe

This is what I’d call a serious “shortcut recipe” with a premixed seasoning and fish that cooks in less than 10 minutes. We often add mango to our fish tacos, but this is the first time I’ve tried it with blackened fish (a family favorite), and let me tell you … it is a winning combination!

Blackened Fish Tacos with Mangos in a corn tortilla plated on a table.

I love it when something so simple is so incredibly tasty and wholesome. This is definitely going to be the new way we do fish tacos for the foreseeable future (because it’s no secret how I like to switch things up whenever I can)! What’s your favorite way to make fish tacos?

Before I jump into the recipe let’s discuss how to cut a mango, since I know sometimes it can be a bit tricky or intimidating. I am not saying this is the “right” way, but this is my way. Here’s what to do …

How To Cut A Mango

  • First, peel the skin off the outside of a ripe (slightly soft) mango with a carrot peeler.
  • Second, position the mango upright and slice right down the middle with one of these handy, dandy tools (pictured).
  • Third, lay the two pieces without the seed flat on a cutting board and dice away.
  • Fourth, and never forget this step, pick up the seed and nibble off the bits that stayed intact!
A mango being sliced with a cutting tool.

More Favorite Taco Recipes

It doesn’t have to be a Tuesday to enjoy tacos! We love variety, so here are some of our favorite ways to switch up taco nights.

Posts may contain affiliate links. If you purchase a product through an affiliate link, your cost will be the same but 100 Days of Real Food will automatically receive a small commission. Your support is greatly appreciated and helps us spread our message!

4 thoughts on “Super Quick Blackened Fish Tacos with Mango”

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Recipe Rating




  1. Do you know if the blackening seasoning is gluten free? Can’t find the info. Sometimes seasoning is hard to tell and contains gluten. (Husband is highly sensitive)