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bossflossjr
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Ceviche - What A Beautiful Day For It!








OTIS2
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re: Ceviche - What A Beautiful Day For It!
Good stuff.


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heypaul
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re: Ceviche - What A Beautiful Day For It!
love it

we're doing burgers with some friends here in a bit, and bet that would be awesome on a burger!


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wickowick
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re: Ceviche - What A Beautiful Day For It!
Looks great, dd you use an recipe? I might make some this afternoon...


bossflossjr
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re: Ceviche - What A Beautiful Day For It!
I have one from a couple different variations. Kinda found what my wife and i really love. Pretty close to what Cantina Laredo serves......

A friend caught some yellowtail and dropped off a few chunks..... Makes a fine ceviche.


wickowick
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re: Ceviche - What A Beautiful Day For It!
So that was made with tuna? I might try to make a batch for tomorrow. A recipe I was reading said to marinate the fish overnight and then add the other stuff the next day. Is that how you did it or did you mix everything at once?


WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot
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re: Ceviche - What A Beautiful Day For It!
quote:

A friend caught some yellowtail and dropped off a few chunks..... Makes a fine ceviche.


As does flounder.

I wonder if speckled trout or redfish would be suitable to use in ceviche.
Has anyone here tried that?


bossflossjr
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re: Ceviche - What A Beautiful Day For It!
Marinate fish and shrimp (if u want both) overnight.

Chop veggies and mix the next day. This one was fresh yellowtail and no shrimp. We use Shrimp, Sea Bass, Mahi, Tilapia, etc.

My ingredients: HOMEGROWN Tomato (that and the fresh yellowtail spurned wifes ceviche request), Red Onion, Red Bell Pepper, Jalapenos, Cilantro, Capers, Green Onion, Kosher Salt, Chohula, Lime Juice, Mexican Oregano


Im sure someone will comment on the tilapia.... But it works fine.



wickowick
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re: Ceviche - What A Beautiful Day For It!
Well you inspired me to make a batch. Used mahi from Calandro’s, your recipe, minus the fish is very similar to my salsa recipe. It came out very good…



bossflossjr
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re: Ceviche - What A Beautiful Day For It!
Awesome. We have been eatin on ours for 2 days. Good stuff.


CITWTT
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re: Ceviche - What A Beautiful Day For It!
I will use a piece of Salmon for ceviche. The acids from the citrus ingredients get rid of the "fishy" taste of salmon. I just wish that St Louis was not so damned far away as my fish monger places are not availible to visit every Saturday morning.


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WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot
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re: Ceviche - What A Beautiful Day For It!
BUMP!
Has anyone here tried to use snapper, trout, or redfish for a ceviche?
If so, how were the results?


Whitrabbt
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re: Ceviche - What A Beautiful Day For It!
I love makin mine with shrimp


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Burt Reynolds
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re: Ceviche - What A Beautiful Day For It!
Humble brag.

Your ceviche looks like shite fwiw


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