Prawn cocktail (arí campechano)
The canyons of Chihuahua in Northern Mexico are hundreds of miles from the coast and the last place you would expect to find great seafood, but the wealthy owners of the local mines always had great seafood flown in with visitors, and recipes like this prawn cocktail became staples of the local restaurants. This dish is traditionally eaten the morning after a fiesta as a pick-me-up. Its fresh flavours and prawns are seasoned with the extraordinary flavour of arí, a gum produced by ants.
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