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Shrimp Ceviche

Shrimp Ceviche Cups

Shrimp Ceviche

Light and easy Shrimp Ceviche is a perfect make-ahead appetizer with ease in the assembly by simply filling the clear little party cups just before the arrival of your guests. 

Technically, Ceviche is fresh fish that actually cooks/cures in any combination of citrus juice. The preparation and ingredient combinations of Ceviche commonly include some type of onion, jalapeno, perhaps some avocado, tomato, and always chopped fresh cilantro, well, I’ve never had a ceviche without that fresh herb anyway.  

Today’s little appetizer came about when delivering a meal to a friend following the passing of her Mom a few weeks back. One of her other friends had prepared a ‘ceviche like’ combination except that the shrimp were precooked and while she had included some avocado, she omitted the jalapeno.

The dish had a nice flavor pop so I put together a little adaptation using roasted shrimp which ended up being a hit both at a neighborhood potluck and the next week at our Ladies International Group gathering.

Once you have your roasted shrimp all chopped, you can always mix and match your own similar combination between varying ingredients giving it a little kick with the jalapeno or combining a little creamy with some fresh cubed avocado. The color pop is so appetizing and the Shrimp Ceviche Cups set on a white platter might even guarantee you a real wow from your guests in the upcoming holiday season.

Shrimp Ceviche

Yield: 20-24

Shrimp Ceviche

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 pounds easy peel shrimp, peeled, dried lightly with paper toweling, set on a baking sheet
  • juice of 1 orange
  • juice of 1 lemon
  • juice of 2 limes
  • 1 pint grape tomatoes, washed, quartered
  • 1/2 red onion, finely diced
  • 4-5 tablespoons fresh chopped cilantro
  • good pinch coarse kosher salt or more according to taste

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Roast shrimp for 3-6 minutes, depending on your oven, just until shrimp are pink on both sides and firm to the touch, remove from oven, cool
  3. Chop shrimp into little bite pieces
  4. Stir orange, lemon and lime juices together in a glass bowl
  5. Stir in the cooled, chopped shrimp
  6. Add in the tomatoes and red onion, blend together
  7. Sprinkle in the chopped cilantro, stir through
  8. Add in the salt, stir, check seasoning and adjust to taste
  9. Cover Shrimp Ceviche with plastic wrap and refrigerate
  10. Stir and check seasoning again before serving adjusting according to taste
  11. Fill party cups, serve Ceviche with mini party plastic forks
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4 Comments

  1. MARY H HIRSCH
    Posted November 13, 2018 at 8:28 pm | Permalink

    Don’t you think a crowd is more likely to taste/try a Shrimp Ceviche rather than a Ceviche with raw fish? Some get a bit squeamish. Anyway, this looks tasty and refreshing. Love the party cups .

    • Posted November 15, 2018 at 10:21 am | Permalink

      Hi Mary. Thank You! I think I do prefer roasted shrimp in this case. As far as the ‘Fish Ceviche’ I began making Ceviche with sushi grade fish on Christmas Eve about ten years ago. Secretly, I admit, the plan was for me to enjoy this little specialty following all the long preparation- and don’t you know the kids (teens and college) loved it- in fact so much- that there was none left for me to enjoy. Ha! There went my little plan! Wishing You a Very Happy Thanksgiving! Can’t wait to see what you are up to this year!

  2. Joanne
    Posted November 15, 2018 at 10:14 am | Permalink

    Another good one Peg. Looks quick and easy and I think the kids will like this. Thanks for the good holiday pix.

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