This past weekend was the first time I have baked since the end of May. It felt soooo good! With Fall right around the corner I even did a bit of crafting the other day. That felt great too! I am really looking forward to my favorite season-Autumn!
A while back a friend from school gave me some Ceviche de Coliflor to try that her mom had made. It was delicious. It’s traditionally made with shrimp or fish but in this version I didn’t even miss the seafood.
This was so fresh tasting. It’s a great dish to take to a potluck, picnic or if you are trying to eat healthier.
Ceviche de Coliflor
Use as much or as little of each ingredient as you like.
- Finely chopped cauliflower
- Finely chopped broccoli
- Finely chopped tomatoes
- Finely chopped cucumber
- Finely chopped purple onion
- Fresh squeezed lime juice
- Finely chopped jalapeño pepper, optional
- Salt to taste
Mix all ingredients. Allow to chill for at least an hour to let all ingredients marinate in lime juice. Serve with tortilla chips or on tostadas. Of course you can top with some of your favorite salsa as well.