Made with simple and fresh ingredients, Mexican Cod Ceviche is another recipe that is perfect for this time of year. Various regions throughout Mexico prepare ceviche differently and there are many other variation throughout South America as well. This is one of the most common recipes you’ll find served in restaurants and food stands.
There are a few differences between Mexican and Peruvian Ceviche. Peruvian ceviche is made with aji limo, a hot chile pepper popular in Peruvian cuisine. The dish is also prepared by adding a dash of evaporated milk and served on a bed of lettuce with a side of poached sweet potato slices and corn on the cob.
Fish tacos are a favorite in our home and this recipe is just one of the many we make during this time of year. Top off your tacos with your favorite salsa and serve with avocado and lime slices. It’s a perfect recipe for cookouts and even your next camping trip as it can be made in one pan from start to finish and all of the ingredients are easy to… Read More
I like to make this stew sometime in the winter months and in the summer for a light meal on the patio. Topped with queso fresco and fresh avocado, this spicy Poblano stew will leave you satisfied and full. Make it as mild or as spicy as you like by changing the recommended amount of peppers. For a hardier meal, add potatoes. Serves 4 6 cups water 4 cod fillets 5 poblano… Read More