Grilled Fish Burrito
How to make Grilled Fish Burrito
Grilled Fish Burrito is one of the best-selling menus of Chronic Taco that includes grilled fish fillets, rice, pico de gallo, beans, guacamole, shredded cheese and lettuce leaves in it. You can order this dish from the restaurant during their lunch hours.
If you want to prepare this dish at home, then you can follow the below recipe that we have modified for your convenience. Before preparing this dish, you should arrange the required ingredients that you need during the preparation.
Grilled Fish Burrito from Chronic Taco features grilled white fish fillets as its main ingredient. Besides this, the dish also features a few other ingredients that you need to keep handy during the preparation.
- 1 pound lean white fish fillets
- Black pepper powder
- 2 Tablespoons vegetable oil
- 1 tsp lime juice
- 1 clove garlic , minced
- 1 ½ teaspoons chili powder
- 1 teaspoon cumin powder
- ½ teaspoon paprika
- ¼ teaspoon cayenne powder
- 8 burrito sized tortillas
- Pico de gallo
- Shredded cheese
- Shredded lettuce leaves
- fresh cilantro
- cooked rice
- sour cream (optional)
Method of Preparation
- To begin with the recipe, season the fish with a little salt and pepper on both sides.
- Next, whisk together the oil, lime juice, garlic, chili powder, cumin powder, paprika, cayenne in a mixing bowl.
- Add the fish to a large zip lock bag and add the marinade to it. Seal the bag and allow the fish to marinate for about 20-30 minutes.
- The next step is to preheat the grill to medium-high heat. Brush grill grates with oil. Grill fish filets for about 3-4 minutes on each side or until they are well cooked. Flip the fish once so that it is well cooked from both sides.
- When the fish is done, transfer it to a plate and allow resting for a few minutes. Then break it into small pieces.
- To assemble the burrito, warm the big size tortilla, add grilled fish to it. Add rice, beans, guacamole, pico de gallo, sour cream, cilantro, shredded lettuce leaves, and shredded cheese on it. Roll up into the shape of a burrito.
- Serve hot to enjoy.
There are 710 calories in 1 serving of Grilled Fish Burrito from Chronic Taco; most of the calories come from carbohydrate and fat. Let us discuss all the nutrients that we get from 1 serving of Grilled Fish Burrito from Chronic Taco.
- Calories: 710
- Calories from Fat: 250
- Total Fat: 28g (43%)
- Saturated Fat: 15g (73%)
- Trans Fat: 0g
- Cholesterol: 85mg (28%)
- Sodium: 2420mg (101%)
- Total Carbohydrates: 83g (28%)
- Dietary Fiber: 9g (36%)
- Sugars: 9g
- Protein: 29g (16%)
- Vitamin A: 3%
- Vitamin C: 75%
- Calcium: 6%
- Iron: 278%
* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
Nutrition Facts Source: https://www.menuwithnutrition.com/chronic-tacos-menu-nutrition/
Service: Normal not too friendly, but whatever. Atmosphere: Tiny. I don't think I would sit in there and eat. It's definitely a get in get out kind of place. Food Grilled Shrimp Burrito: Flour tortilla, with black brown rice, black beans, lettuce, spicy salsa, chipotle mayo, jalapeños. Pretty good! Rice is super dry though and almost ruined it. Grilled Fish Burrito: Flour tortilla, no rice less beans, extra lettuce, spicy salsa, pico de gallo, chipotle mayo, jalapeños. Even better than the last one since the rice was taken out. Fried Fish Burrito: made same way. Delicious Veggie Burrito: made same way, extra jalapeños add guacamole. Really good. Grilled Shrimp Salad: No rice, no beans, extra salsa, extra jalapeños Meh... It's not meant to be a salad. Veggie Bowl: made same way as burrito, extra lettuce, extra jalapeños, extra guacamole. Very good. I usually like rice, but it was dry and horrible. The beans were whatever. I could do without. Ask for their sauces like the chipotle mayo and they have a special sauce or something idk. I wish they had death sauce like Feebirds.
The employees here are always very friendly! That's the best and most notable thing about this Chronic Tacos location. No matter what I order, they're always happy to help and make sure they take care of everything I want with clarifications. The food is hot and fresh. If you order the grilled fish with any of the items, be prepared to wait a few minutes for them to cook it up fresh for you in the back, but they will let you know that there will be a small wait! It's worth it! The chips could be better, but all around fantastic, quick "American-Mexican" Chipotle-style food.
Nowadays, when you hear the word 'chronic,' you usually think about a certain illegal-except-for-medical-reasons 7-leaved plant and conjure up images of bongs, haze-filled rooms, and Snoop Dogg. As I continue to get older, however, I start wondering about chronic ailments instead (e.g. - that pain in my knees, my aching back, the shoulder soreness, etc.). Ouch... Chronic Tacos is neither an herbal remedy nor a pain I wish would go away. It's more of a grassroots taco shop that hearkens back to the time when Wahoos was just starting to really pick up steam and 'blow up.' Anyway, this particular store is way back in the hills of OC (across the street from Santiago Canyon College)...right in my backyard! The family and I stopped in since we noticed that it was new. Apparently they've been open for about 4 months but, since I usually don't drive by it, I didn't know. Now that I do, I'm glad that it's here. In essence, Chronic Tacos offers your basic SoCal taco shop items: burritos, enchiladas, tostada bowls, nachos, tacos, tortas, tamales, taquitos, quesadillas, and even breakfast items (chorizo and machaca burritos). I like that they offer healthier alternatives such as corn or wheat tortillas and grilled fish. If they had vegetarian (soy meat) alternatives, that would be even better...but it may be a while before that happens... I ordered a carnitas burrito on a wheat tortilla with white lime rice, black beans, cheese, cilantro, onion, and salsa verde. The wifey ordered a pollo asado taco and a grilled fish taco. My burrito was tasty, but I noticed a few minor problems. Some grains of rice and a few black beans in my burrito were 'al dente' and a bit chalky (undercooked). Also, my carnitas were a bit on the greasy side (but that's to be expected sometimes). Still, my burrito was pretty good and I'd definitely return here for more. I also noticed that the carne asada was a bit on the salty side (at least for my tastes). Check this place out if you're in the area. Maybe you'll see me there... Update (1/08): I tried one of their 'famous' breakfast burritos - the chirizo one. I thought the word 'chorizo' had two 'o's in it. Whatever. This hulking burrito tasted fine, but it had the consistency of raw ground meat. It was a little weird, but I ate it anyway. I think I'll try the machaca one next time...
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How to make the white sauce for grilled fish burrito?
Ans: To make the white sauce for grilled fish burrito, add the sour cream or Greek yogurt, mayo, lime juice, and seasonings to a bowl. Stir the ingredients until they become smooth. You can prepare the fish marinade and white sauce a few days in advance and store it in the refrigerator.
Chronic Taco Honors National Taco Day with Free Deal
SEPTEMBER 21, 2021: Chronic Tacos is giving away free tacos with the purchase of a drink on October 4 in celebration of National Taco Day. Customers will receive a free taco by purchasing any Coca-Cola fountain drink at participating locations. Offer available in-store only, reported by QSR Magazine.
“National Taco Day is our favorite day of the year,” says Michael Mohammed, CEO and President of Chronic Tacos. "We are excited to help everyone celebrate with tacos again and can’t wait to share our authentic flavors with everyone."
National Taco Day Free Taco offer includes Chicken, Carnitas, Al Pastor, and veggie tacos only with the purchase of a regular Coca-Cola fountain drink. Offer excludes fish, shrimp, steak, Beyond Beef and potato tacos. One taco per customer at participating locations.