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One of the perks of growing up in Ecuador was the proximity to the different cuisines of South America. Whenever I had the chance to travel to our neighbor countries, I always wanted to try a traditional dish that included seafood. As a culture enthusiast, I enjoyed finding the similarities and differences in those dishes against the ones from home.
This is how I tried many variations of ceviche, a popular dish in the coastal regions of Latin America and the Caribbean. There are great options out there, however my all time favorite ceviche comes from Peru.
The Peruvian Fish Ceviche is not only a classic in the Latin kitchen but is also the perfect-party summer dish. It’s so easy to make and if you are a Lent observer, this ceviche serves as a great meatless appetizer with Latino flavor!
How To Make Peruvian Fish Ceviche
The secret to make this delicious ceviche is based on the fish. it needs to be fresh and the best quality in order to use it. For this recipe I am using “Mahi-Mahi” or also known as “Dorado”. But you can also use Halibut or Escolar. Don’t forget that Walmart offers fresh fish and vegetables for a great price.
This is what you’d also need to make Peruvian Fish Ceviche for 4 people
1 pound of fish filets
1/2 tbs of Clamato® The Original in 64oz presentation.
1 red onion
1 habanero pepper
2 sprigs of cilantro
1 cup fresh lime juice
Salt to taste
Cut the fresh fish into small cubes and have it covered with 1/2 tablespoon of salt, onion slices and cold water for 30 minutes.
In a bowl, place the cube fish, sliced onions, sliced habanero pepper and lime juice
Refrigerate for 10-15 minutes
Add cilantro, a little bit of salt and 1/2 tbs of Clamato for a fresh twist
How To Make Avocado Salsa
This salsa is perfect to serve next to your Peruvian Fish Ceviche and this is what you’d need:
3 Medium Avocados
1 White Onion
1/2 tablespoon of Clamato The Original in 64oz presentation
1/8 cup finely chopped fresh cilantro
1 tablespoon of lime juice
1 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
Salt to Taste
Combine all the ingredients in a medium bowl. Add pepper to taste.
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