In a previous blog post, I spoke about a company called Wild Alaskan Company. https://dastylishfoodie.com/2020/05/wild-alaskan-company/
Wild Alaskan sent me a variety of fish. One of the fish items delivered was something called Wild Alaskan Polluck. Polluck is a white, low-fat, mild fish. Though most prepare it fried, I wanted to keep it healthy, so I created a Polluck Ceviche.
Print RecipeCeviche Polluck Yum
Ceviche is a quick and easy appetizer that can be made ahead for any party or occasion. I'm calling it the new Salsa. Serve with chips, in tacos or on a salad.
|Prep Time||15 minutes|
- 2 6 oz packs Polluck Fish Chopped into chunks
- 3 Big Lemons Juiced
- 2 Small Lemons Juiced
- Cherry Tomatoes
- Fresh Cilantro Chopped
- Fresh Dill Chopped
- 1 Cucumber Peeled and Diced
- 1/2 Purple onion Diced
- 3 Small Lime Juiced
- 1 Jalapeno Deseeded and Diced
- Salt Generous
- Black Pepper Optional
Ceviche is the new Salsa in my eyes. SO simple and easy to prepare. Make this simple and easy appetizer for your upcoming party, shower, girl's night or date night.
Whatever the occasion, this Ceviche is very versatile.
- Polluck Fish
- Cherry Tomatoes
- Fresh Cilantro
- Fresh Dill
- Purple Onion
- Black Pepper
- Juice the Limes. Set aside.
- Juice the Lemons. Set Aside.
- Rinse tomatoes. Cut into halves. Set aside.
- Chop the cilantro and dill. Set aside.
- Rinse, Peel and Chop the cucumber into bite size pieces. Set aside.
- Mince the purple onion. Set aside.
- Remove the polluck from the package. Cut into bite size pieces. Add to a bowl.
- Pour the citrus juice into the bowl. Approximately 1 cup of citrus juice.
- Add the other ingredients to the bowl. Gently stir all of the ingredients together.
- Cover and refrigerate for at least an hour.
- Remove from the refrigerator. Stir gently. Taste.
- Add salt and pepper. This step is optional.
- **Optional, add Diced Avocados at the end.**
- Serve with tortilla chips, pita chips, etc..
If you are interested in ordering from Wild Alaskan here is a discount code and link to the website. WildAlaskanCompany.com