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Ever since moving to Texas I have come to appreciate the flavor of Mexican style food. Adding a TexMex spin to regular dishes ups the ante. We like having “Taco Tuesday” in our home, but I want to change it up every once in a while and making fish tacos with a lime crema sauce, is definitely a twist for taco night. Did you know that Kraft Dips can be used for so much more than just dipping? That’s right! Don’t just use them for dipping vegetables and chips…re-imagine how you can use them as part of a main entrée, just like their new re-imagined packaging. When you’re shopping at select Walmart stores look for the dips in the dairy aisle. You may even see some special signage highlighting the dips.The three flavors of Green Onion, French Onion and Bacon and Cheddar, complement all kinds of dishes. The packaging is new, but they have the same great taste as always.The thought of preparing all the garnishes to make fish tacos seems daunting, but actually with some short cuts, you can get it all done while the fish sticks are baking. The Green Onion Kraft Dip flavor is perfect as part of the lime crema sauce that you can use to top the fish sticks. It makes a great substitution for where you would normally use sour cream and diced green onions. I like it when I can purchase a product that saves me time and work.Using jarred or canned items for the rest of the garnishes and some pre-chopped cilantro, means you can have this dinner on the table in 30 minutes or less.
- 3 tbsps Kraft Dip - Green Onion flavor
- 3 tbsps mayonnaise
- ¼ cup chopped cilantro
- 1 tsp lime zest
- lime juice
- Mix dip, mayonnaise and cilantro together.
- Add lime zest.
- Squeeze the lime's juice into mixture. and mix thoroughly.
- Season with salt and pepper.
- If sauce is too thick for your liking, thin with milk.
I used super sized soft corn tortillas, but you could use hard shells or flour tortillas also. Pre-chopped cilantro found in the produce section, canned black beans, jarred salsa and queso fresco can all be put into bowls ready for garnishing as the frozen fish sticks bake in the oven. And you will still have enough time to make the lime crema sauce as well. How’s that for a twist on Taco Tuesday?!
Besides ‘dipping,’ what other ways do you use Kraft Dips? Visit Kraft.com to find more delicious recipes. I’d love to hear which one you want to make next!