May or May not be a real "ceviche" but delicious none the less...
yellow bell pepper
red bell pepper
2 Roma tomatoes
chunky peanut butter
6 large cooked shrimp
1 cup chopped celery
sweet chili sauce (trader joe's)
low sodium soy sauce
4 tablespoons chunky peanut butter
(optional basil and cilantro, feel free to add ginger, garlic and crushed red peppers)
Dice all veggies, cut up shrimp into small pieces. let shrimp cool
If you have a pre-made peanut sauce that you like- feel free to use it instead of making this. just watch the calories/salt/intake and make sure it has equivalent amount of protein.
in a small pan on low heat, whisk peanut butter, 1 cup (use less if it clearly doesn't need this much) soy sauce, and 1/2 cup sweet chili sauce. after ingredients are mixed well and consistent, take off heat.
In large bowl, put diced veggies and diced shrimp. all pieces should be about the same size, smaller then the size of a button on a keyboard. add sauce, and toss until everything is evenly and lightly coated.
This can be eaten on top of a salad, with pita chips, mixed in with udon noodles, and stands alone as a tasty, cool dish for hot summer days!
Chef Lee Lee
Cooking is not an exact science for me, I like to make food to my taste,
and pragmatically. I enjoy cooking, and food. Try not to take recipes too
seriously and spend your time worrying about leveling measuring cups instead of learning about what you put into your body!