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Shrimp Ceviche in Ten Minutes

Self Sagacity is a seafood lover and life isn't complete without Shrimp Ceviche, especially during hot summer days. Shrimp Ceviche is great for when you want something light and tasty. This bowl of deliciousness was done in less than 10 minutes! Alright, I took some short cuts, so let me tell you how.

Ingredients:
1) 1 lbs of large shrimp, peeled and de-veined. 2) 2 small size shallots, minced 3) 2 seeded and diced Roma tomatoes, 4) 1/2 cup of the floral from cilantro, 5) 1 sliced cucumber, 6) 3 table spoons of chopped scallions- optional, 7) 2 medium size limes, 8) Salt and 9) Pepper medley, 10) Red crush pepper paste.

Preparation: Bring 2 cups of water to a boil, drop in shrimps for a few minutes, or until it turns pink. Important to not overcook the shrimp, turn off the water and let the shrimp sit to completely cooked. Drain the water and place the shrimps in a bowl. Squeeze in the lime juice, then add the shallots, tomatoes, cucumbers, scallions, cilantro, salt and pepper. Mix in evenly. If you want a little more spice, add some red pepper paste / chilli like the one shown below.
Have yourself a hot one!

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12 comments :

  1. Your recipe sounds perfect for a cool lunch.

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  2. Oh goodness gracious me! I'm drooling for this dish at 6:00 in the morning!

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  3. what a lovely summer dish to share with us today. I am just learning how to cook with shrimp. My hubby has yet to catch up with me. I love the vibrant blue bowl you displayed it in very pretty

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  4. oh, love it, i can't say no to sea foods :)

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  5. shut up!
    this makes my mouth water!!!!
    thanks for posting the how to's!
    and thanks for stopping by my blog

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  6. Yummy, minus the cilantro!! Thanks for sharing. Your pictures make it look too good to eat! ~karen

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  7. Thanks for posting this! I love Shrimp Ceviche and don't have a good recipe for it. Now I'm glad I procrastinated and haven't done the shopping for next week yet...I can change my menu to add this in now!

    I stumbled you. My post is here.

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  8. The shrimp ceviche looks wonderful and super easy. Just a perfect recipe for the hot summer months. Thank you for sharing and linking to TMTT. :-)

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  9. I love shrimp! I'm always looking for a new way to serve them :-)


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  10. I found your blog today through Foodie Friday.

    This looks good. I am hosting a link up on August 1. I hope you will join me and share a recipe or meal planning tips. My post from Saturday will have more details.

    My goal is to have recipes and tips in one place to help us meal plan for the month.

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  11. I adore shrimp, and yet I had no clue what shrimp ceviche was until reading through your recipe. That sounds so simple and yummy. Can't wait to make this!


    Stumbled you (late!). My post was: http://www.mapleleafmommy.com/2011/07/five-oddball-things-you-can-sell-online.html

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