Mushroom Ceviche

Mushroom Ceviche created by mjunge

A delicious topping for tostadas or with crackers. Great appetizer! I use regular buttons because it is all I can get, but I am sure you can use all kinds.

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  • Steam mushrooms just until soft.
  • Let cool.
  • Add next 7 ingredients chill in fridge and serve with tostadas or crackers of your choice.
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"A delicious topping for tostadas or with crackers. Great appetizer! I use regular buttons because it is all I can get, but I am sure you can use all kinds."
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  1. nazareno
    Very good, and tastes amazing with shitake mushrooms (their soft texture goes great with this). I also used coriander instead of cilantro, which also works great. <br/><br/>Oh: and I did it without any steaming. As in other ceviche recipes, the lime juice can cook the mushrooms in 10-20 mins with no heat whatsoever.
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  2. Cilantro in Canada
    This tasted good and was easy to make. Because I made this for someone with a special diet I did not use the oil or salt. Thanks for the recipe.
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  3. mjunge
    Mushroom Ceviche Created by mjunge
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  4. mjunge
    This recipe produced Mushroom Ceviche that was even better than the one we drove 1.5 hours out of Lima Peru to eat! I used yellow tomatoes from my garden as I had plenty that needed to be eaten. Fantastic!
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  5. Kats Mom
    Mushroom Ceviche Created by Kats Mom
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