Snapper ceviche

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Method

Snapper marinade

  • Juice lemons and limes into a bowl, remove all seeds and pips
  • add chopped coriander leaves, sliced onion, garlic and ginger
  • season with salt and pepper to taste
  • dice skinned and boned Snapper fillets into 1cm cubes and add to marinade
  • cover and refrigerate for 15-20 minutes

Rice paper cups

  • cut each sheet of rice paper into 1/4’s with scissors
  • set your bench fryer to 185-190*c
  • have a clean tea towel handy, a pair of tongs, an upside down shot glass and a dish lined with paper towel to place your cups into. (this is a very quick process, so you will have to be well prepared)
  • using the tongs, hold a rice paper quarter in the hot oil until it turns from clear to white (2-3 seconds) then immediately remove from oil and place over the upside down shot glass and using the tea towel so as not to burn your hand, form the rice paper over the glass, this will set in a matter of seconds
  • carefully lift the cup off of the shot glass and store in a tray lined with paper towel to remove excess oil and repeat process.

To serve

  • place a spoonfool of the  snapper ceviche mix into each rice paper cup and garnish with fresh coriander and either diced chilli or diced red capsicum for a milder option

 

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  • The fisherman’s co-op is your one stop shop for both a tasty seafood lunch and to purchase fresh seafood for dinner. Highly recommended the fisherman’s basket for two, it was easily enough to fill both our bellies. We then purchased a fresh kilo of prawns to take home.

    “Seafood lunch and fresh fish takeaway”

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  • A good array of locally caught wet fish and a superb take away with outside covered seating. Was recommended to us as the best fish and chips in town and we would agree.

    “Great fish and chips” – Visited March 2017

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  • Stopped by the Fishermen’s Co-op just before the lunchtime crowd and the snapper was excellent. The crumbing was light and the oil fresh. In fact all the fish there looked great. The calamari was fresh and actually squid rings not mashed together to look like a ring. It got very busy quickly after I arrived and seating outside on the covered deck is limited so get in early or takeaway to the beach close by.

    “A great feed of fish and chips” – Visited January 2017

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  • Best cooked fish and chips I have had in so long and I live in a fishing town. Fish was fresh and cooked to perfection.

    “Yummy!” – Visited January 2017

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