Your online resource

for all things culinary

HOME Search this Site All Recipes Special Sections Articles &  Resources Kitchen Equipment Food & Health Growing Food Directories

Missing an Ingredient ?

Chilean Seafood Seviche    CD HD MC 10mins plus chilling

Chilean Name: Cebiche de Gambas y Ostiones

Serves 6 as a starter or 4 as a main course        Cold Seafood Shellfish Fruit Vegetables Appetiser Main Course Gluten Wheat Dairy free Eggless Chile South American South America

225g/8oz fresh Scallops
225g/8oz Small Raw Prawns, peeled
240ml/8fl.oz. Fresh Lime Juice
2 Chiles, deseeded and very finely chopped
1 Small Red Onion, finely chopped
1 Small Red Capsicum (sweet bell pepper), finely chopped
1 heaped tbsp freshly chopped Coriander (Cilantro)
2 ripe Avocados
Lettuce Leaves to serve


1. Place the scallops and prawns in a shallow glass dish together with the lime juice, peppers, and salt, mix well then cover and refrigerate 2 hours.

2. Add the onion, capsicum and coriander; to the seafood mix to combine well then refrigerate for a further 30 minutes.

3. When ready to serve, peel the avocados, remove the stones, cut into small dice and stir into the scallop mixture.

4. Line serving plates with lettuce and spoon the seafood mixture over top. Serve immediately.




More Starter  Recipes  | Summer Recipes  | More Fish/Seafood Recipes 



Overseas Visitors:        If you're more used to measuring ingredients by the cup, we have the most comprehensive weight to cups conversion table on the net - both solid ingredients and liquids - so now you can easily convert our recipes to suit your preference. Click here to go to the chart.


 Follow us 




Serving Suggestions


Key techniques used in this recipe


Make Ahead




Tips, Options and Substitutions





Main equipment required to prepare fresh fish


Sharp knives - large and small

Chopping board

Kitchen scissors

Fish Scalers (optional)


Related Recipes and Information

Fish/Seafood  Main Course Recipes

Fish and Seafood Starter Recipes

Cuts of Fish

General Fish Prep & Cooking Times  

Information about individual types of fish


 Sign up for Free E-Mailings

Still not found what you're looking for?


Try our search facility. Type in your main ingredient (s) or what you have available and allow us to whisk you up a recipe in seconds!



About Us  |  Contact Us  |    Private Privacy  |   Media Resources  |   Links   |   Sitemap  |  Printing Recipes  |   Abbreviations on this site  


This Web Site was designed and created by Copyright 2000 to date [Recipes4us] All rights reserved.

 Some Photos