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Topic Title: flounder
Topic Summary: ceveiche
Created On: 10/24/2016 07:41 AM
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metardo

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stokedpanda

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big beer or small flattie!!??? JK that looks very tasty, I personally drain excess juices on mine but you are making me hungry

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Keep the fish, I'll take the beer!
 10/24/2016 04:37 PM
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Cole

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Keep the beer, I'll take the fish.

IPA's taste like chilled boiled grass juice.

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 10/26/2016 07:21 AM
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IHBPatrick

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When Matthew hit, I had frozen food packed in an ice chest to try to save it from spoiling. The seafood defrosted, so rather than lose it, I made ceviche.

Four small lobster tails and a mangrove snapper filet.

Cut seafood into small bite sizes. Place in bowl and salt well.

Float seafood in lime juice until covered. Lime is a bit less tart than lemon juice for my taste. Add half cup of orange juice. Refrigerate one hour.

Dice small sweet tri-color peppers, onion and cilantro. Set aside.

Peel and seed one cucumber. Set aside.

One small can of Rotel seasoned crushed tomatoes. Go with mild for first time, it's still has a little kick.

Mix peppers, onion, cilantro, cuke and Rotel well.

Drain excess lime/orange juice from seafood.

Mix drained seafood with other chopped  veggies.

Refrigerate one more hour.

Serve with Captain's wafers and your favorite hot sauce.

Enjoy. Never served it without raves, even from first timers.

 

 10/27/2016 09:28 AM
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stokedpanda

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Originally posted by: IHBPatrick

When Matthew hit, I had frozen food packed in an ice chest to try to save it from spoiling. The seafood defrosted, so rather than lose it, I made ceviche.




Four small lobster tails and a mangrove snapper filet.




Cut seafood into small bite sizes. Place in bowl and salt well.




Float seafood in lime juice until covered. Lime is a bit less tart than lemon juice for my taste. Add half cup of orange juice. Refrigerate one hour.




Dice small sweet tri-color peppers, onion and cilantro. Set aside.




Peel and seed one cucumber. Set aside.




One small can of Rotel seasoned crushed tomatoes. Go with mild for first time, it's still has a little kick.




Mix peppers, onion, cilantro, cuke and Rotel well.




Drain excess lime/orange juice from seafood.




Mix drained seafood with other chopped  veggies.




Refrigerate one more hour.




Serve with Captain's wafers and your favorite hot sauce.




Enjoy. Never served it without raves, even from first timers.




 



Nice addition with 'cuke and 'maters



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 10/31/2016 07:01 AM
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IHBPatrick

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The cuke is the secret ingredient that makes it pop. Rotelle cause I like the spice.

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