Best Ceviche Recipe!




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Introduction: Best Ceviche Recipe!

About: I am a former Geologist who has moved back to Arizona. I live with two pugs (Romper & Murphy) and my boyfriend/husband-critter.

Hello Everyone!

I hope your day is going well! My sister-in-law made me this recipe and! This is the best ceviche recipe EVER!!! But what is ceviche? It's sort of like a pico de gallo salsa, but with shrimp and BETTER!

The ingredients are fresh and the recipe can be modified to your liking.

The recipe is easy and very short.


Step 1: Ingredients

2 lbs (150-180/lb) shrimp (small)

6 plum tomatoes

1 purple (spanish) onion

1-2 cucumbers

1 tbsp salt

1 tbsp ketchup

7 limes or approximately 3/4 c. lime juice

1 c. chopped cilantro

2-3 large avocados

Step 2: Chop Up the Veggies

1. Dice the tomatoes, onions, and cucumbers.

2. Place them in a large bowl.

Step 3: Shrimp Prep

3. Thaw shrimp

4. Soak in lime juice for 5 minutes

Step 4: Prep Avocado and Cilantro

5. Finely chop cilantro.

6. Coarsely chop avocado.

Step 5: Mix All the Ingredients

7. Mix all ingredients including the shrimp mix, avocado, and cilantro.

8. Add salt and pepper to taste.

9. If you like it more tangy, add more lime juice.

Step 6: Modifications

If you like the ceviche slightly more thin you can reduce the recipe by 1 avocado and increase it by 1 cucumber.




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    Only 5 minutes in the lime juice? I haven't yet gathered the courage to try ceviche - it sounds too close to raw!

    3 replies

    I believe he is using already - cooked shrimp. I was kind of worried too until I looked at the photo!

    You guys are correct, it is already cooked! :)

    The shrimp is already cooked.

    I'm going to make this for a dinner this weekend. It sounds so good!

    I'm a fan of well made ceviche. Clams, fish, octopus, it's all good. Never heard of using shrimp or avocado, but should be interesting. Thanks!