Ceviche, 8 Ways

Last Updated March 21, 2018
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ceviche recipes

 A classic ceviche consists of raw fish, cured in citrus juices and flavored with spicy chili pepper. Here are some of our favorite twists on this South American favorite.

Guatemalan Ceviche

According to Ana, the beer is what makes this an authentic Guatemalan dish. “In Guatemala we use a beer called Gallo which is similar to Cerveza Modelo Especial.”


ingredients for ceviche
Leche de tigre, or tiger’s milk, is the traditional Peruvian name for the citrus-based marinade that “cooks” the seafood in ceviche.

Spicy Shrimp Ceviche

Spicy shrimp ceviche by Lucy Buffett
Lucy Buffett, owner of LuLu's in Gulf Shores, makes a hot and tart shrimp ceviche with jalapeños and lime juice. Plus, how to perfectly poach shrimp.

Ginger-Lime Scallop Ceviche

Ginger-lime scallop ceviche
You needn’t confine yourself to sea scallops — bay scallops work well, too.


Ceviche is one of my favorite pescetarian dishes. A Latin American staple, it is usually served as a cold appetizer. The fish isn't cooked by heat, but by the acid in the citrus fruit...

Grilled Shrimp Ceviche

If you are nervous about making a traditional ceviche, where the acid from citrus fruit is the only means of “cooking” the seafood, this recipe is for you. A few seconds on the grill does most of...

Ceviche Revolution Style

Debra serves this inventive take on ceviche with Petit Jo, a Grenache from the tiny southern French producer La Roche Buissiere. The bright red is made with indigenous yeast and no artificial...
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