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Chef Portillo’s Festive Ceviche

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4 Servings Easy
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Chef Portillo’s Festive Ceviche

Ingredients

2 lbs of tilapia

2 lbs of baby shrimp

1 lb of baby octopus

2 cups of fresh lime juice

2 cups of fresh lemon juice

1 cup of fresh orange juice

1 small red onion

4 cucumbers

4 avocados

6 cloves of garlic

1 bunch cilantro

6 Serrano chilies

Instructions

  1. 1Cut tilapia into small bite size pieces and add with shrimp and octopus. Mix lime juice, lemon juice and orange juice into a large bowl and add all seafood. Chop into small pieces, red onion, cucumbers, garlic, cilantro and chili. Add to bowl with fresh juice mixture and seafood, mix thoroughly and cover to refrigerate. Chill for 2 hours remove from refrigerator adding chop avocados, season with kosher salt, pepper and garlic salt to taste.
  2. 2Serve with a garnish of avocado and tortilla chip or friend plantain.
  3. 3Recipe Created By Chef Portillo ©2010 Denise Portillo, Inc.
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