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Shrimp Aguachile

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This Shrimp Aguachile is a very fresh healthy food recipe that you will love. The best thing about this dish is that it is very quick and easy to prepare. It fits very well as a starter or a snack and combines with almost anything else on the menu you might choose. For this Shrimp Aguachile with Yellow Lemon we recommend using jumbo shrimp, although you can also buy medium shrimp. Habanero pepper is an ingredient that is used in Mexican food recipes, it brings a lot of flavor and a spicy touch to the dishes served.
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2 portions
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 habanero pepper
  • 1 serrano pepper
  • 1 corn tortilla
  • 1 cambray onion
  • 1 cup basil
  • 1 cup fresh coriander
  • 3/4 cups yellow lemon juice
  • 1/4 cups white vinegar
  • 2 cups big shrimp, u8, clean and without the shell
  • enough salt
  • enough black pepper
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 cucumber, in thin sheets
  • 1/4 red onions, filleted, to serve
  • 1 cup pineapple, in cubes, to serve
  • 1 cambray onion, in rings, to serve
  • 1/2 cups buds, of coriander, to decorate
  • 1/2 avocados, in cubes, to decorate
  • enough olive oil
  • enough yellow lemon juice


On a comal, tatema the garlic with the habanero pepper, the chile serrano, a piece of corn tortilla and a cambray onion.
Blend the roasted ingredients with the basil, cilantro, lemon juice and vinegar until a smooth mixture is obtained.
Cut the cleaned shrimp in half lengthwise and place them in a bowl. Add the above mixture, salt, pepper and a tablespoon of olive oil. Marinate for 20 to 25 minutes.
Form rolls with cucumber strips and arrange them in two bowls. Add the shrimp aguachile, plus cucumber, purple onion, pineapple, onion rings, and decorate with coriander and avocado sprouts.
Before serving, add a touch more olive oil and yellow lemon juice.


Serve in a bowl and decorate with coriander sprouts and avocado cubes.


The term tatemar refers to the cooking technique used in rural areas of Mexico, which consists of placing food in the coals or upon a comal to be roasted or cooked.

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