Daylife Ingredients First Our People A Taste Of What’s To Come In Cabo, From Chef Raúl Lucido Share Article: We can’t wait to open our doors to 1 Hotel & Homes Cabo and welcome you home. For a little taste of what’s to come, Chef Raúl Lucido from 1 Homes Cabo has shared some of his favorite recipes using local ingredients from Cabo’s seasonal bounty. For a delicious treat, try making his Mango & Habanero Chili Cabrilla Cevhiche Tiradito. If this is what we’re in for when 1 Hotel & Homes Cabo opens in 2019, we’re hungry for more! (Don’t worry, we have more recipes to make share so check back.) Mango & Habanero Chili Cabrilla Ceviche Tiradito (6 servings) Ingredients: 6 oz fresh Cabrilla Seabass fillet 2 oranges 8 cherry tomato ¼ white onion 1 bunch of fresh cilantro 1 mango 1 habanero chili 5 limes Salt and pepper to taste Procedure: Slice the fish fillets and marinate in lime juice for 10 minutes. Slice the onion & mango very thin, cut in half the cherry tomato, peel the orange and cut into wedges. In a plate put the marinate fish slices, add the orange wedges, mango & onion slices, decorate with fresh cilantro, tomato cherry halved & slices of fresh habanero chili. Fun fact: Tiradito is a traditional Peruvian variation of a ceviche. “Tiras” is slang in Spanish for the way you cut ingredients where everything sliced. Share Article: Other Articles You May Enjoy 5 Ways to Stay Sustainably Styled in 2019 from Everything But Water Looking to stay fashion-forward on your next beach vacation while still being earth-friendly? We spoke to our friends at... View Story Do All the Good You Can: Ending 2018 on a High Note As we look ahead to the future - to 2019 and beyond - we know how important it will be to support the work of organizations... View Story Tagged as 1 Promise Intentional Gift Giving The holiday season is a perfect time of year to share gifts that both reflect your values and inspire others to go green.... View Story Tagged as 1 Promise To minimize the use of plastic in your own life, look around your home and work to identify plastic items. From there, seek to find alternatives.