shrimp ceviche

Discussion in 'Recipes, Storage and Preparation of Seafood' started by CIVANO, Sep 23, 2017.

  1. CIVANO

    CIVANO Well-Known Member

    Does anyone have a good recipe like what they serve in Mexican restaurants?
     
  2. trophywife

    trophywife Well-Known Member

    i make a pretty basic ceviche...

    1 red onion
    4-5 avocado
    a bunch of cilantro
    1-2 cups seafood of pretty much any kind.
    fresh squeezed lime juice, usually 6-8 limes
    2 cloves fresh garlic
    sea salt to taste


    soak seafood (shrimp) in fresh squeezed lime juice for 20 -40 mins rolling gently a couple times.. this will cure and firm them,
    chop red onion/avocado and garlic in a lager mixing bowl, squeeze more fresh lime juice and gently mix.
    gently mix in the shrimp, lightly sea salt to taste. let stand for 1 hour or more covered and keep cool. gently stir or turn over 1-2 times
    mix in a few fresh cilantro bunches 10 mins before serving.

    give it go!!
     
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  3. Rain City

    Rain City Well-Known Member

    Here's mine but I like it with rockfish best.

    1-2 pounds of rockfish/prawns cut into 1/4"-1/2" cubes depending on your taste.
    Juice 6 limes and place fish in a medium bowl.
    Let stand for 45 minutes to an hour mixing a couple times.
    Then pour out most of the lime juice
    Add 1 jalepeno sliced thin keeping the seeds and pith (I like it spicy)
    One tomatoe diced similar size to your fish
    About a 1/4 cup (half a small) red onion. Cut this razor thin to allow it to "pickle"
    LOTS of cilantro. If you don't like Cilantro then go hang yourself right now and stop pretending to be human.
    Add salt and pepper to taste and a splash of white vinegar.

    *optional is a splash of ponzu sauce. It adds a little bit of umami for those who watch too much Food Network.

    Hope you enjoy it! :D
     
  4. Dogbreath

    Dogbreath Well-Known Member

    No Garlic.
     
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  5. fish brain

    fish brain Active Member

    LOTS of cilantro. If you don't like Cilantro then go hang yourself right now and stop pretending to be human.
    Add salt and pepper to taste and a splash of white vinegar.

    Cilantro tastes like dish soap
     
  6. Rain City

    Rain City Well-Known Member

    Haha yes I know to some it does. Use Parsley instead.
     
  7. fish brain

    fish brain Active Member

    Or Lemon Joy !
     
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  8. Reeltime

    Reeltime Well-Known Member

    *fish cubed very small
    *lemon
    *salt
    *fine diced red onion
    *habanero hot sauce ,most stores carry it.. very hot but packed with chilli flavour couple of drops or more if you like the heat .

    Same process as above recipe's


    Just another recipe for tuna sashimi

    *Sashimi grade tuna cut in little cubes
    *sesame oil
    *green onion
    *pepper
    *soy sauce (very little)
    *rice wine vinegar (a touch )
    *Sriracha
     
    Last edited: Oct 19, 2017
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