Skewers of Scallop Ceviche – Day 7 of the 12 Days of Canapés – 2012

Skewers of scallop ceviche

Right now I am in an airplane (I love in-flight internet!) heading towards Mexico.

My parents have a house in a small town on the Pacific Coast and so every second year we trade in a traditional Vancouver Christmas with the tree and the turkey and the gifts and lights (and the stress) and get on a plane and spend a very low key Christmas in the sun. It is really wonderful to mix it up every second year and luckily Santa is still able to find us down south to drop off a small gift or two for Max.

I thought it would be fitting to post a recipe that reflects my destination and so here is a dish that we enjoy so much each time we visit Mexico. Ceviche is fish or seafood that is “cooked” in either lemon or lime juice. Refreshing in a tropical climate this appetizer is just at home at a cocktail party in the icy north. These skewers work well with a margarita, beer or a glass of sparkling wine. ¡Salud!

Print Post This entry was posted in Appetizers. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *