No stove? No problem, this ceviche "cooks" in a citrus marinade for 15 minutes. It can be served as a nice light dinner on a summer day, or serve it as an appetizer with chips. You can substitute whichever fish seems fresh that day. You might also adjust the amount of tomatoes, cucumbers, onion, and cilantro. I like it with the hot suace and clam-tomato juice, but feel free to omit them for a more traditional ceviche. From Marcella Vallodolid's Fresh Mexico.
If you are like us you will want a loaf of French bread to soak up the marinated from these flavorful tomatoes. These tomatoes go very well next grilled marinated meats. **cook time is really chill time**
Easy and tasty recipe. Original came from the Pillsbury SlowCooker Book. I've slightly modified it to suit our tastes. This isn't overly hot but has some nice bit of spice flavour. For added kick, you could add one tsp of dried chili peppers.
**May9, 2008 - it appears not all slowcookers are the same so I have made a small adjustment with the addition of water to the recipe. My cooker doesn't require this but it appears to be a minority! So give it a whirl and then adjust recipe to suit yours.
Convenient way to satisfy a sushi craving. I invented this delectable open-faced "sandwich" while trying to use up leftover ingredients in a creative way. I made this with canned salmon (reminiscent of a Philadelphia roll) but I'm assuming tuna will work well also.