Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Summer Ceviche

In the summertime we eat pretty light. I even prefer not to turn on the oven so things like chicken salad, tuna salad, lettuce wraps and ceviche are staples.

So here's the Ceviche so easy and really good! 

First put your apron on.

Cast of characters ...I use tilapia but any fish you like will do. Roma tomatoes, cilantro, onion, pepper, Lawry's salt, Italian seasoning and I use a Hawaiian spice my sister in law gave us. Really any seasoning you like will work.

Season up your fish to your liking tilapia is pretty bland so I season it up real nice. I also only use 3 filets and save the fourth for the hubs lunch.

Put the fish in the oven for about 10 min on 350.

While the fish cooks chop your veggies...


I use four Roma tomatoes and I squeeze the juicy party out because I don't want it too mushy.


Chop all the tomatoes, one whole white onion, cilantro (about 1/4 cup) or more if you love it, like us and one jalapeño. Mix them all together. Them chill it until the fish is ready.

 Pull the fish out and let it cool.

Once cool chop it up

Mix into your veggie mix

Squeeze a whole lime

Let it chill for at least 30 min

Serve with chips of your choice, extra lime and you favorite summertime beverage. These chips are Benos, they are black bean chips very few ingredients and low carb. I also like mine with plain keep it real crackers ...that's right Lorena! But anything, tortillas, tortilla chips it's alllll good!

One more shot...

That's the good stuff!!

Happy middle of the week! 

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