Seafood Ceviche and Elote Cafe

Perfect on a warm night with a cold beer or a crisp Sauvignon Blanc From Jeff Smedstad of the Elote Cafe, Sedona, AZ. The chef does not specify red snapper but the data base will not let me enter snapper.

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  • Cut the snapper into very small pieces and mix with the full cup of lime juice.
  • Allow to "cook" in the lime juice for 15 minutes or until the fish firms up and turns white.
  • In the mean time, combine: 2 T lime juice, olive oil, onion, tomato, salt & pepper, cilantro, avocado, and jalapeños in a bowl and gently mix.
  • Drain off and discard the juice and reserve the "cooked" snapper. Fold in the "cooked" snapper into the remaining prepared & combined ingredients
  • Serve immediately, ice cold, with crackers or tortilla chips, a wedge of lime and a pickled jalapeño.
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    Perfect on a warm night with a cold beer or a crisp Sauvignon Blanc From Jeff Smedstad of the Elote Cafe, Sedona, AZ. The chef does not specify red snapper but the data base will not let me enter snapper.
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