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Mexican Shrimp Ceviche

March 26, 2021



Mexican Shrimp Ceviche is in a white bowl on a blue serving tray with radishes, lime, chips, and with cocktail sauce and lime nearby.

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Warm weather calls for kicky and bright dishes meant to be shared. This Mexican shrimp ceviche recipe with avocado is ideal for spring and summer nights spent eating outside with friends and family.

The neutral ocean flavor and slightly chewy texture of shrimp make it the perfect seafood base for Mexican shrimp cocktail ceviche. Briny shrimp meet the crisp bite of lime and the robust, savory taste of tomato for a refreshing, complex dish.

What Is Mexican Ceviche?

Ceviche is a cold seafood dish, similar to gazpacho. Seafood marinates in a lime and tomato mixture to absorb the flavors and “cook” the seafood. Often made with fish, lime, tomatoes, and onion, ceviche ingredients can differ based on region. You can serve ceviche with crackers or tortilla chips.

Cocktail sauce, limes, and chips, surround a white bowl of Mexican Shrimp Ceviche.

Menus with Mexican Ceviche

This dish is ideal for sharing! Pair Mexican Shrimp Ceviche with these menus for easy meal planning.

Taco Night

This Mexican Shrimp Ceviche makes a great appetizer for taco night. Pair it with zippy Cilantro Lime Fish Tacos or Keto Shredded Beef Tacos

Al Fresco Fiesta

Add ceviche to your next outdoor cookout with creamy Mexican Grilled Corn, succulent Instant Pot Carnitas, and decadent Avocado Fries. Don’t forget a pitcher of Collagen-infused Margaritas

Another Night in a No-Cook Week

Rising temperatures and busy weeknights call for no-cook recipes that come together in minutes.

Turning off the stove this week? Try A 5 Minute, No-Cook Asian Slaw or Summer Shrimp Salad with Mayo. Start the day with a divine N’Oatmeal with Blueberries and collagen, or bring versatile Rotisserie Chicken Salad with you to work. Check out this No-Cook Meal Plan for the Work Week for more ideas and recipe suggestions. 

How to Make Mexican Shrimp Ceviche

Prep for Mexican Shrimp Ceviche is simple. Once the shrimp are poached in the boiling water, simply mix the remaining ingredients and refrigerate for up to four hours. Add fresh avocado to create texture and add rich flavor to the zesty mix.

Fresh raw shrimp looks bluish. After marinating, the lime juice and mixture will slowly turn the color to pink. Eat this dish fresh–shrimp ceviche is not meant to be kept for leftovers.

Time: 20 Minutes to prepare, 1-4 hours to refrigerate

Servings: 4

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