Multicolour​ Ceviche for Summer

Summer is coming and all of us are ready for it!! Here is a new recipe for fishetarians, sushi lovers or some of you that enjoy eating raw fish, this recipe would also help you to stay on track of healthy eating.

Ceviche is mainly based on raw fish and lemon! The consumption of large amounts of fish oils such as Mackerel or Salmon may help you to reduce high blood pressure.

I made this recipe for friends during a BBQ last summer, when I brought the ceviche I saw many of my friends leaving the juicy meat from the grill on one side, and move to trying ceviche instead, I truly believe because it was tasty, fresh and full of flavor.

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MULTICOLOUR CEVICHE FOR SUMMER – Special for People with High Blood Pressure.

You will need, 100 gr of smoked mackerel diced, 100 gr of salmon diced, 1 red onion chopped in juliennes, 2 tablespoons of sunflower oil, 3 tablespoons of sweet corn, a bunch of coriander leaves chopped, 4 lemons, 4 limes, a few leaves of lettuce and a pinch of freshly ground black pepper.

Place in a bowl the mackerel, salmon, red onion, coriander and the freshly ground black pepper, add the lemon and lime juice and stir frequently, put the bowl in the fridge for about 30 minutes to allow the raw fish to marinate in the citrus juice.

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Heat sunflower oil in a pan over a medium-high heat and stir-fry the sweet corn for about 2 minutes or until the corn starts to turn golden brown.

Serve the ceviche on a bed of lettuce, add on top the sweet corn cooked. If you are fond of spicy food add some drops of Tabasco or a red chili pepper chopped.

Enjoy this recipe with half avocado on a summer day. Please share your comments and follow me on The

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