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Food & Drink

This Is No Fluke

Looking to start the week off on a healthy note?  Damien O’Donnell, executive chef and co-owner of Harbor Bistro has the answer: his Montauk Fluke Ceviche.  Read on for the recipe.  Or just head on over, as of this weekend, they’re open 7 nights a week for the season.

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Montauk Fluke Ceviche:
Fluke, sliced thin
One Shallot, shaved
2 cloves of Garlic, shaved
One Jalapeño, shaved thin
1/2 Pepper Red Bell Pepper, sliced thin
3/4 cup Mango, thin Julienne
1/4 cup Cilantro, rough chop
1/4 cup Fresh Squeezed Lime Juice
1/4 cup Olive oil
1 T Kosher Salt
Cracked Pepper to taste
Mix the fluke with the salt, cracked pepper and lime and cure in fridge for 1 hour.  Add all remaining ingredients and let flavors infuse for another hour.  Keep ice cold.
In a food processor, mix one avocado with with a squeeze of lime and one cup of sour cream.  Season with salt and pepper to taste.
Serve the ceviche in a chilled glass and top with a dollop of avocado crema, fresh cilantro and corn tortilla chips or crispy plantain chips.
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Harbor Bistro, 631-324-7300.

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