Collection by 05Chopper

Avocado Shrimp Ceviche-Estillo Sarita

Rating: 4.5 stars 277
A tried and true ceviche recipe to be enjoyed for a Sunday brunch in our cafe. It is believed by most Latinos that the best time to eat ceviche is on a sunny day. Rainy days cause stomach cramps and nightmares. Of course most Latinos (especially my wife) can make a good ceviche blindfolded on any day rain or shine, in my opinion. Excellent for an appetizer in smaller portions or as a meal itself. Personally I enjoy this with an ice cold beer on the side.

Crunchy Fried Shrimp

Rating: 5 stars 149
Delicious fried shrimp coated with panko bread crumbs for extra crunch.
Sponsored By Kikkoman

Mexican Corn on the Cob (Elote)

Rating: 4.5 stars 372
Deliciously tender grilled corn topped with mayo and Mexican cotija cheese.

Jamie's Cranberry Spinach Salad

Rating: 5 stars 4363
Spinach tossed with almonds and cranberries in a sweet, tangy dressing.

Cream Cheese Penguins

Rating: 4.5 stars 880
Just imagine a cute display of penguins, made with black olives, carrots and cream cheese! You can add scarves and hats by using fresh red pepper strips, or canned pimentos cut into different shapes. Use frilly toothpicks if you can.

Mini Berry Trifles in a Jar

Rating: 5 stars 3
An easy dessert made by layering fresh berries with a creamy pudding mixture and angel food cake pieces in small jars for Mini Berry Trifles.
Sponsored By Reddi-wip

Olive Balls

Rating: 4.5 stars 23
This recipe is great for Christmas time because of the red, green, and white colors. Very tasty! They are made from cream cheese, green olives, seasoned salt, and pecans.

Salami, Cream Cheese, and Pepperoncini Roll-Ups

Rating: 4.5 stars 111
A great snack and appetizer to bring to any party! I have so many people requesting I make these every time we come over!

Mexican-Style Shrimp Cocktail

Rating: 5 stars 34
Mexican-style shrimp cocktails are commonly spotted on menus in the Bay Area of California, but they don't seem to have caught on elsewhere — which is surprising since you can pretty much get Mexican food like tacos and burritos in just about any corner of the country. This is my version; you can make it your own by using these ingredients and amounts as a rough guide.