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National Pinot Grigio Day: Mango and Fish Ceviche

National Pinot Grigio Day: Mango and Fish Ceviche

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PARTNER POST: May 26 is National Pinot Grigio Day. We’re celebrating with Cavit Wines by sharing refreshing spring and summer recipes that pair perfectly with Pinot Grigio.
This easy mango and fish ceviche is the so addictive and yet so cool and healthy on a warm day. It’s tangy, savory, and sweet and perfect for a backyard party with wine.

National Pinot Grigio Day: Mango and Fish Ceviche

I have the perfect recipe to ease us back into the week on this Monday morning… Mango and Fish Ceviche! This recipe is perfect for summer. It’s light and bright so it won’t weigh you down in the heat. Bonus: it requires no cooking (in heat at least), so you don’t have to worry about turning on your stove or oven.

If you are not familiar with ceviche, it is a refreshing dish of seafood marinated in citrus juice, very popular in the coastal regions of Latin America and the Caribbean. As with other dishes, there are many variations depending on the country or region. This recipe that I’m sharing today is my brother’s. I love it because is healthy. Refreshing. Delicious. Pretty! AND SO EASY.

Not to mention super fun to eat. Especially if it served with tostones, plantain chips or sweet potatoes chips.

This Easy Fish and Mango Ceviche is a wonderful, absolutely delightful balancing act between tangy, savory, zesty, and sweet. It works wonderfully as an appetizer for summer gatherings, although it is difficult for me to call it “appetizer” since I serve it as a main dish, along with some cut avocado and tostones. However, you decide to serve it, it’s refreshing, zesty, cool, and perfect.

National Pinot Grigio Day: Mango and Fish Ceviche

National Pinot Grigio Day: Mango and Fish Ceviche

Nothing goes better with ceviche than a nice glass of wine! Cavit Pinot Grigio has light, refreshing flavors of citrus and green apple, with a balanced character, bright straw gold color, appealing aroma.

You don’t really need to wait for a special occasion to try Cavit Pinot Grigio, but if you are looking for a little motivation, it happens that the first National Pinot Grigio Day will be on May, 26st. Perfect excuse, right? You are welcome [wink].

Cavit first introduced Pinot Grigio into the United States back in 1977 and as a national push to increase the awareness of the variety, is introducing National Pinot Grigio Day every Friday before Memorial Day.

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Ceviche is surprisingly easy to make. When making it at home, there are just a few key things to keep in mind. The most important are to use the freshest ingredients you can get, and take care not to “overcook” the fish leaving too long in the lime juice. Also, it’s important that the fish is evenly sized so it “cooks” evenly.

National Pinot Grigio Day: Mango and Fish Ceviche

National Pinot Grigio Day: Mango and Fish Ceviche

National Pinot Grigio Day: Mango and Fish Ceviche

Oriana Romero
This easy mango and fish ceviche is the so addictive and yet so cool and healthy on a warm day. It’s tangy, savory, and sweet and perfect for a backyard party with wine.
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Course Appetizer

Ingredients
  

  • 1 ½ lb fresh skinless bass or snapper, cut into 1/2-inch dice
  • 2 teaspoons kosher salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 cup fresh lime juice about 6 – 7 limes
  • ½ cup freshly squeezed orange juice about 1 large orange
  • 2 teaspoons aji-no-moto umami seasoning (optional but highly recommended)
  • 1 medium red onion finely sliced
  • 1 cup mini sweet peppers finely diced (about 5 peppers) (I used yellow, orange and red)
  • 2 large ripe mangoes peeled, pitted, and cut into 1/2-inch dice
  • 2 – 3 tablespoons fresh cilantro chopped

Instructions
 

  • Place the fish in a medium glass bowl. Add salt, pepper and the lime juice over the fish and mix gently to combine. Important note: please keep in mind that the lime juice must cover the fish completely for evenly “cooking”. Cover with plastic wrap and chill in the refrigerator until the fish is white and opaque throughout, about 15 to 20 minutes.
  • Empty 1/2 of the lime juice from the bowl.
  • Mix the orange juice and aji-no-moto, if using, in a small bowl. Add the mixture to the fish.
  • Add onion, sweet peppers, mango and cilantro. Stir gently.
  • Serve, with tostones, plantain chips, or sweet potatoes chips, if desired.

Notes

You can use any semi-firm white-fleshed ocean fish, such snapper, halibut, sea bass, tilapia, or mahi-mahi.
The aji-no-moto (umami seasoning) can be found in any Asian store or online.
If you want to add a little heat to your ceviche, substitute sweet peppers for hot peppers, such red chilies or serranos.

 



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