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Summer Ceviche – Recipe!

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Sushi and Sashimi have been popular Japanese food for many years here in the states , and Poke’, a Hawaiian favorite, has been popping up in fast casual cafes more recently.  Ceviche, a dish from Latin America and Caribbean cultures, is a mixture of raw seafood, lime juice, chiles, onions and fresh herbs is sometimes seen in Mexican or full service restaurants, but is less popular by comparison.

Ceviche is such a refreshing dish because it is cured with citrus juices, not soy sauce, so it tends to have a cleaner flavor, than Poke’.  Ceviche can be made with a variety of fish, fruits and other vegetables, which makes it a great to make in the summer months, when so much produce is available.  Also, it is the perfect no-cook meal option for those of you who want to keep your kitchens cool this season.

My recipe for Summer Ceviche is a nice balance of Ahi tuna, fresh mango, avocado, a squeeze of lime juice, along with a little heat from a Serrano chile.  The tuna marinates in the lime juice for a sensational texture and gentle flavor.  A prefer to service it as an appetizer, but you can eat it for a light dinner or serve it over greens as a nice salad.  Ceviche is definitely a delightful summertime food.

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1 ripe mango

8 ounces Ahi tuna, diced

1 scallion

1 Serrano chile

8 sprigs fresh cilantro

1 avocado

1 1/2 limes



tortilla chips

(Serves 4)

To Prepare:

1. Peel and dice mango and place into a bowl.  Remember the seed of a mango is oblong, so slice the sides off and then dice.  Add the diced tuna to the bowl.

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3.  Mince the scallion, Serrano chile and fresh cilantro, add them to the bowl.  Squeeze the juice of 1 lime over the top and toss the mixture gently together.

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3.  Dice the avocado and add it to the bowl, along with a pinch of salt & pepper.  Toss again and cover bowl with plastic wrap, place in the refrigerator to chill for 1 hour.

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4.  Remove Summer Ceviche from the refrigerator and place in a serving bowl.  Squeeze 1/2 lime over the top and serve with tortilla chips.  Enjoy!

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