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Bloody Mary Ceviche

Rated as 4.67 out of 5 Stars

"Bloody Mary mix gives this ceviche a good kick. Cooked shrimp makes this ceviche a time-saver. Always a crowd-pleaser. Serve in martini glasses for a great presentation! "
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3 h 20 m servings 74
Original recipe yields 8 servings


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  1. Lightly mix the shrimp, tomatoes, red onion, cucumber, and cilantro in a bowl, and pour in the Bloody Mary mix. Squeeze the limes over the mixture, add a dash of hot pepper sauce, and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Toss again, cover the bowl, and refrigerate for 3 to 4 hours, stirring occasionally.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 74 calories; 0.7 7.3 10.5 86 219 Full nutrition

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I love ceviche' and this was a really good simple version. The cucumber was a bit more overpowering when I opened the container, but the dish was delicious. I definitely make this version again,...

This was quite good, however being that the recipe called for pre-cooked shrimp I wouldn't call this a ceviche. Ceviche is seafood that marinates and "cooks" without heat in a citrus juice for s...

This is an easy, quick ceviche recipe that our family has been using for years. We use green onions instead of red and also add lime juice, avocados and octopus.

This was sooo good!! I didn'd add Vodka, and it was still delightful! I so reccomend this...

Good ceviche on the fly though I still prefer the traditional uncooked seafood in lime juice. I think I might add the mary mix to my favorite ceviche for serving next time. Thanks for sharing!

instead of Bloody Mary mix, try it with Clamato. IT WAS AMAZING! Thank U so much!

Very good!!! The Bloody Mary ma