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 Honeybees Are Here To Help For centuries farmers have kept their agriculture thriving by introducing honeybees into orchards using manmade hives. This... View Story Tagged as Ingredients First Wellness Live Green, Eat Green We recently discovered an article featuring the eye-opening statistic that livestock responsible for red meat and dairy account... View Story Tagged as Ingredients First Wellness Cooking With Chef Chris Crary Did you know that livestock responsible for red meat and dairy account for roughly 14.5% of the world’s greenhouse gases... View Story Tagged as Ingredients First 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.