Try this Ceviche an old Moorish dish
Ceviche an old Moorish dish give it a try Historians believe the predecessor to the dish Ceviche was first taken by Moorish women from Granada in Spain to Peru List of others books about Ceviche.
Historians believe the predecessor to the dish Ceviche was first taken by Moorish women from Granada in Spain to Peru where it is very popular indeed
Ceviche is perhaps the most known peruvian dish. There are lot of ways to prepare it, basically changing the kind of fish used, and probably some of the vegetables depending on the availability.
You should not consider this as “the ceviche recipe” as long is just my way to prepare and enjoy it, you will find lot of recipes across the web and I just expect this one likes to you.
– Hake (200 gr without spines and skin)
– 12 prawns
Half red onion
Cut the hake without spines and skin in square pieces of about half inch. Cut the prawns in 3 or 4 pieces. Chop half red onion, chop also one tomato and chop a bunch of coriander.
Finally squeeze 2 limes over all the ingredients, add salt and olive oil, mix well and let rest half hour before serving.
You should eat all the ceviche after preparing it, if yo try to eat ceviche like next day or some hours later the taste and texture won’t be the same.
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How to make Ceviche.
This is not the way everyone makes Ceviche, everyone makes it different..
I know a lot of people that add Crab, but I prefer Shrimp only.
If you Add other things in it please let me know in the comment section, id love to try it! =)
What I Used:
2 large Tomatoes
1 large Cucumber
1 large Avocado (2 is also good! if u like)
1/2 Sweet Onion
1 lemon (squeezed)
1.5 lbs. of Shrimp
handful of Cilantro
1 can of El Pato Tomato Sauce
add Salt to your liking
Also all this is just to your liking, for instance if u like more lemon, add more.. =)
How to Make the Best Ceviche Recipe
Hey guys, I made a delicious tuna and sole Ceviche recipe, on this episode of Bachelor on a Budget. In my opinion, this how to make the best fish ceviche recipe I’ve tried.
It’s so fresh and healthy, ton’s of nutrition, and it doesn’t need to cost all that much.
I went to the grocer and asked for the cheapest most fresh fish. Recipe below.
– 400 grams of fresh fish (semi firm: tuna, sole, sea bass, flounder)
– Juice of 3 Limes
1/2 Cup of Red Onion (Chopped)
– 1/2 Cup of Bell Pepper (Sliced)
Half Cup of Tomato (Cored and Chopped)
– 1/4 cup of Cilantro
– 1/4 Cup Green Onions
– 1 Avocado (Chopped)
1 Chipotle Pepper
– Salt and Pepper to taste
Cut fish into thin even slices or chunks and place in bowl. Squeeze fresh lime juice over the fish and leave in the fridge to marinate for 10 – 20 minutes.
Place all chopped ingredients in bowl, mix, add salt and pepper, mix and serve.
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