Wednesday, April 14, 2010


I made this appetizer on Sunday and it was a huge hit. Huge.

It really is the perfect starter for a backyard BBQ, Cinco De Mayo party or any fair weather fiesta. Make it for your next party and watch it disappear in a hurry.

Shrimp Ceviche!


8-10 limes, juiced

1 sweet onion diced

1 bunch cilantro Chopped

1 pound shrimp raw chopped into small pieces – (any white fish can also be used; just make sure you let it all marinate in the lime juice for 24 hours before eating)

2 baskets grape tomatoes, sliced or diced

1 cup bold & spicy Bloody Mary mix (look for an all-natural mix that does not contain high-fructose corn syrup)

4 Jalapenos, diced

2-4 Avocados, diced


Dice all veggies and put all in a bowl. Let set in fridge 24 hours, stirring a few times. Just before serving, slice and add the avocados. Serve with all-natural blue corn chips.

Pour leftover ceviche over a green salad for a delicious lunch the next day!


  1. you could rename this blog to Full of Yum. i'll have to try the ceviche minus the shrimp :)

    i hope you are having fun spoiling new addition to your family with lots of love!

  2. sounds and looks awesome. and fast and easy, right up my alley. cuz that's me - fast and easy ;-)

    miss you tons! hope you are having a blast in VA with the family.

  3. YUM!!!! This is kind of like something I make I call "pico-wok" minus the shrimp!

    I want to try this recipe though b/c I've never used a bloody mary mix in it. I have something called "Blasted Bloody Mary Mix" from Wild Tree Herbs, a home based sales company that sells great herbs, mixes, & marinades. If you know anyone that's a representative, you should definitely check out their stuff!