A quick and easy Mango Shrimp Salsa Recipes, tangy lime juice, spicy peppers, and shrimp. Great for a cold evening or as an appetizer!
Summer is the perfect time for a party! It's hot outside, which means you want to have food that can be made quickly and easily. Mango shrimp salsa recipes are one of my favorite dishes to make because they're easy, delicious, and quick. They also provide a bright splash of color on your table. I hope you enjoy this summer celebration recipe as much as I do!
Classic Shrimp Salsa Recipes
Ceviche (or cebiche) is a meal dish in which diced fresh fish is marinated to firmness, opacity and combined with delicious veggies such as onions, peppers and coriander. It's not cooked; the acid denatures the fish's protein, cures it, and makes it seem cooked.
In this Classic Shrimp Ceviche Recipe, the shrimp are soaked in lime juice and mixed with chopped onion, tomato, seasoning, and diced avocado.
This Shrimp Salsa recipe can be made by soaking raw shrimps in lime juice to firm up their texture before adding other ingredients like tomatoes, onions, peppers, etc., finely chopped or mashed into a pulp. Some recipes also call for mayonnaise, but it's optional since some people don't like its taste while others prefer that creaminess on top of the cebiche.
The Classic Shrimp Ceviche Recipe tastes best when chilled overnight - so feel free to make
Marinated Shrimp Salsa Recipes in a Jar
The shrimps will turn rubbery or mashy if left in the marinade for too long because of the acid (limestones) in this marinade. Marinate in the refrigerator.
To make Marinated Shrimp Ceviche, you will need:
- cooked shrimp (steamed or grilled)
- lime juice
- sliced red onion and tomato for garnish
- serrano chile pepper chopped finely to taste
- hot sauce or salsa to taste - optional but recommended!
Directions: Place a spoonful of hot peppers on top of some cooked seafood with lime juice marinade that has been chilled well. Add sliced onions and tomatoes for decoration, as well as salt and black pepper always if desired. Enjoy! Don't forget your favorite drink 😉
Smoky Grilled Shrimp Ceviche
The traditional ceviche is made up of raw fish cured in acid or cooked chemically. Naturally, we prefer putting smoke on everything our hands can, so we give our shrimp a smoke bath before it meets citrus juices. This recipe is prepared before being marinated in acid when the shrimp leaves from the smoker. Thus the soak period does not last as long as you start with crude shrimp. The same may be done with cold smoke and lengthy marination. Smoky Grilled Shrimp Ceviche.
- Smoky Grilled Shrimp is a delicious twist on traditional ceviche made with raw fish cured in acid or cooked chemically
- Smoked shrimp are left to soak for only an hour before marinating, and the time it takes to smoke them, so you're getting all of that flavor without waiting too long!
Smoky Grilled Shrimp Ceviche Recipe:
Marinate smoked shrimp in lime juice for one hour until glazed pink (or cook cold-smoked shrimp). Add diced avocado, red onion, tomato, cucumber & jalapeno pepper mix together. Mix well, then place into the refrigerator. Serve alongside spicy tortilla chips at your next gathering!Print
Summary: I hope you have enjoyed this blog post with some of my favorite summer recipes. These are perfect for any occasion, from a backyard barbecue to a weekday dinner. Which shrimp ceviche recipe is your favorite? Share yours in the comments below!
Reference - Mango Shrimp Salsa