Ceviche is a no-cook marinated seafood salad, which is perfect as an easy make-ahead starter for dinner parties. The acid in the recipe actually cooks the fish or seafood, so it isn't actually raw even though it's no-cook! Peruvian ceviche is said to be the best, but we have loads of different ceviche recipes to try.
A classic Latin American dish - the seafood is cooked by the acidity of the lime juice. This is so easy to make, but will impress even the most discerning of guests! Fresh ingredients are a must in this recipe.
Ceviche is popular throughout Latin America and this prawn and scallop version is the perfect make-ahead starter. While Peru is most famous for its ceviche, there are variations of the recipe throughout Latin America, and this is one of them!
Ceviche is Peru's national dish, and although found in other countries, the Peruvian version is widely considered to be 'The Daddy'. Simple to prepare and quick to 'cook' (it isn't raw after all, the lime juice cooks the fish). The rocoto chilli is what lifts this dish to being authentically Peruvian instead of just a western take on a real classic.
A superb prawn dish. Raw prawns are "cooked" in lime juice, then served with tomatoes, onion, chilli, avocados, celery and coriander. Serve as a dip with tortilla chips or use it as a topping for crusty bread.
This Peruvian ceviche is the best you will ever taste. It is an easy way to make a no-cook starter for a special dinner party or summer barbecue. Everyone is guaranteed to love it and you will too!