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Old 01-02-2016, 08:45 PM   #1
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Default Ceviche?

Does anyone know if it’s safe to use freswater fish for ceviche? Every raw fish recipes is see suggest saltwater species. I’m assuming saltwater affects bacturi. I’d like try walleye but don’t want to be the lab rat.
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Old 01-02-2016, 08:49 PM   #2
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It doesn't have to be a saltwater fish. You can use any fish, clam, scallop, conch, whatever. As a matter of fact, it doesn't even have to have ANY seafood or fish in it. You can make the same thing with vegetables...Peruvian style. Or make it like Poke', Hawaiian style.

The lime juice does the cooking.

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Old 01-02-2016, 09:16 PM   #3
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Default Best rinsed with offshore water though.

I always like to rinse a lot of the line juice off with clean, blue water.

I've had ceviche made with Crappie (Specs.) It was OK.

ON THE BOAT CEVICHE.

2 pounds firm white meat fish
Smakk handful of fresh Cilantro chopped
Medium yellow or purple onion chopped
2 cups Lime juice (fresh squeezed please)

Let it sit an hour or so in your cooler before rinsing.
Add a jar of Pace Picante sauce (Med or hot)
Stir until all fo the fish is coated with Picante sauce.

Eat it on crackers or on a salad.

Using Picante sauce makes it super easy to make. I always make it in a big Zip-Loc bag on the boat.

At home I add about a cup of fresh cooked corn, a couple of really ripe tomatoes and anything else that sounds good at the time. I add the extras last. Last time I made it, I added a small can of chopped Pineapple and it was mighty fine.

Cieviche goes over real well at a Super Bowl party but you will need to make a big batch.

Wouldn't want to rinse the lime juice off with creek water--at least Florida creek water.
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Old 01-02-2016, 09:29 PM   #4
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Thanks guys, got a trip planed for Wed and if all goes well I'll give a try.
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