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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 7
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 67.8
  • Total Fat: 0.6 g
  • Cholesterol: 75.8 mg
  • Sodium: 189.8 mg
  • Total Carbs: 4.2 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 0.7 g
  • Protein: 10.0 g

View full nutritional breakdown of Talapia Fish and Shrimp Civiche With Mango Drea Style calories by ingredient
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Talapia Fish and Shrimp Civiche With Mango Drea Style

Submitted by: LOSINGDREA

Introduction

This is delicious!

I use my Mango Salsa Recipe with the added juice from 1 Extra Lime (approximately 2 Tbsp) which I use to soak the Raw "Talapia" Fish in which allows it cook basically.

Can be a refreshingly cool snack, or terrific side dish/salad.
This is delicious!

I use my Mango Salsa Recipe with the added juice from 1 Extra Lime (approximately 2 Tbsp) which I use to soak the Raw "Talapia" Fish in which allows it cook basically.

Can be a refreshingly cool snack, or terrific side dish/salad.

Number of Servings: 7

Ingredients

    5oz Talapia Fish Frozen or Fresh
    9oz Shrimp 41-50 Count Cooked, Devained & Peeled with Tails on Frozen (Thawed and Tails Removed)
    Juice of 1 lime (2 tbsp.)
    1 Cup of My Mango Salsa (See Mango Salsa By LosingDrea Recipe)

    *Optional 1/4 Cup Fresh Chopped Parsley may be added if you wish.

Tips

Try using other cuts of fish. Fresh fish and shellfish would make for a great dish as well though note there are some shellfish and cuts of fish that may have to be cooked (steamed or boiled) before adding as the Lime juice may not cook them.

You may add more Lime depending on Taste Preference. Also you may wish to add a dash or two of salt and pepper and season to your liking.


Directions

Thaw Frozen Talapia and cut in cubes.
Thaw Frozen Shrimps, Remove Tails, and Cut into Cubes
Put Talapia in a shallow bowl or container with a lid and squeeze in the juice of 1 Lime. Put lid onto this container and leave it sit for a bit (approximately 30 Minutes) to allow the Fish to soak in the lime juice therefore cooking it until every piece has turned white all around each cube. You may have to continually turn the fish in the lime juice to be sure all sides of the fish have been coated and soaked long enough to cook.
Once all the fish cubes appear to looked cooked thus they have turned from a pinkish almost translucent color to a visibly white non-translucent color, add to the chopped up shrimp pieces, then add in 1 cup of Mango Salsa. Give it a good toss and pack down tight pressing everything down flat with a fork or spoon into a container and seal with an air tight lid. Place in refrigerator to sit and chill while further marinating in the flavors, etc.. Serve alone, or with Chips for a refreshing snack!

Serving Size:áMakes [7] 1/2 Cup Servings






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