Today I made The Freshest Alaskan Rockfish Tacos in my Ninja Speedi cooker. Two things I’ve become obsessed with lately – Alaskan Salmon Company and my Ninja Speedi Cooker. Pairing these together for the best fish tacos I’ve actually ever made.
I have some pretty good recipes but nothing I’ve ever made compared to the fish tacos from the Brigantine. I live in San Diego and the Brig’s fish tacos have had me in a chokehold since before I can remember. Until now. I blew their recipe out of the water. Part of me knows that it’s the quality of fish I’m using now but let’s just ignore that for a minute and give me a pat on the back. Thank you! I’m only kidding.
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The Freshest Alaskan Rockfish Tacos
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Alaskan Rockfish
- Mission Street Corn Tortillas
- Sharp Cheddar
- Greek Yogurt
- Seasonings: Garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, dill, garlic salt, salt and pepper
- Ninja Speedi Cooker and Air Fryer
Do I have to use Alaskan Rockfish?
Technically, no. You don’t have to but it was so good. Especially with the fish coming from Alaskan Salmon Company.
Alaskan Salmon Company Review
I found him on TikTok and went to reach out and he had emailed me offering to send me over some fish. I was so excited because they’ve also been featured in The New York Time, Food&Wine, Forbes and more. I thought to myself, this has got to be some good fish. They cut out the middleman, 7-10 middlemen to be exact, and deliver it fresh to your door. If you watch their videos, it is crazy to see the difference in the fish you get at the grocery store and the one they provide.
This is the same quality fish they sell to michelin star restaurants. It’s sushi grade, more nutritious and better tasting. I actually texted my assistant the other day and told her I wish he never sent me the fish to try because now I can never go back. She said she just told her friend the same thing the other day.
At least try it and tell me what you think and if you can taste a difference! They have tons of blog posts, recipes and information on their site.
Ninja Speedi Cooker and Air Fryer Review
This thing is amazing and has been my saving grace when I’m not prepared and need to make a quick meal. Or when I’m running around getting the girls ready for school and need to pop in a quick breakfast.
It cooks an entire 3 part meal at the same time along with 12-in-1 functionality. Choose from Speedi Meals, steam & crisp, steam & bake, steam. You can also proof in rapid cooker mode and unlock air fry, bake/roast, air broil, dehydrate, sear & saute, slow cook, and sous vide functions. I made teriyaki chicken, rice, snuck in some cauliflower rice and made it all in 11 minutes. My girls loved it too.
The Freshest Alaskan Rockfish Tacos
First, spray your two fillets of Alaskan rockfish with some oil spray and season with garlic powder, onion powder, paprika and salt and pepper. Flip and repeat this process on the other side.
Next, add to your Ninja Speedi and cook on air fry at 375 for seven minutes.
In the meantime, add your mission street corn tortillas into a pan on medium heat and warm them on each side.
Lastly, assemble your tacos to your liking. I put down my tortillas, then my fish, a little bit of white sauce, sharp cheddar and top it with cabbage.
Combine all ingredients in a small bowl and mix!
Serving Size 4 Tacos
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories 403kcal
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat 10g16%
- Total Carbohydrate 22g8%
- Protein 50g100%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.