Been gone a few days walleye fishing on Lake Erie with a great bunch of guys. Three days from 6am till 2pm. There were five guys on our boat – eleven in total. We split our boats’ catch three ways – something like seventy four fish! -Not the limit but still plenty. I have a lot of walleye to prepare.

One great way is walleye ceviche – it is easy and very clean and bright tasting.  We made some on the trip and I made some more tonight. Here is the recipe.

Walleye Ceviche

[tw-divider]INGREDIENTS[/tw-divider]

1 lb (500 g) walleye fillet
1 cup (250 ml) lemon juice
2 Tablespoons (30 ml) salt
1 bunch cilantro
1/2 large red onion
2 medium tomatoes
1 jalapeno pepper

[tw-divider]METHOD[/tw-divider]

  1. Slice fillets into very small pieces.
  2. Marinate in the lemon juice and salt for at least 4 hours in medium bowl (over night in fridge is good)
  3. ceviche marinate

  4. Finely chop all vegetables, and mix in large bowl to make salsa
  5. pico

  6. Drain fish
  7. Mix fish with salsa
  8. ceviche
    Eat with corn chips or crackers.

    You could do this with any fresh firm fish.

    Until next time eat well & keep digging.