One of the most rewarding benefits of life in LIGHTHOUSE POINT ESTATES is the prospect of catching the evening meal. Five beach access paths from inside this development lead residents to the shore where schools of many species cruise its 2 mile coastline. Dorado, pompano, snapper, tuna, sierra and more are frequently reeled in for a delicious meal. Toss your catch on the grill or gently saute it with garlic and butter for a memorial Baja dinner. Or keep it simple and just slice it raw to serve sashimi style with soy sauce and wasabi. For a fun twist try this favorite recipe for tuna:
In a small bowl, stir together 1/4 cup soy sauce, 1 tbsp sweet wine, 1 tbsp honey and 2 tbsp sesame oil. Half of this will be a dipping sauce so add some rice vinegar (to your taste) and set it aside to serve with the fish.
Coat 4 tuna steaks with the other half of the remaining soy sauce mixture (without rice vinegar) and then press 1/2 cup of sesame seeds to coat the fish.
Heat olive oil in a heavy skillet until very hot. Sear the tuna steaks for about 30 seconds on each side and serve with the soy sauce mixture and wasabi paste.
If you would rather be out on the water to catch your dinner, many residents opt for fishing from their kayak. The foot pedal type of craft leaves your hands free for hauling in the big one. Or, if you prefer the guidance of an experienced local, many panga captains from La Ribera will pick you up from the Lighthouse Point beach.
Half acre building sites on the beach, 2nd, 3rd or 4th row start at $25,000. Larger parcels are also available. Or, call me for a tour of the available homes starting at $289,000. Lighthouse Point Estates is at the center of the good life on the EAST CAPE.
MJ Keehn 206 226 8429 US / 624 179 3459 MEX or MJK.LPE@GMAIL.COM to learn more or have a tour.