Top Rated Ceviche Recipes

Seafood Ceviche
Traditionally made with raw fish, cooked by the citrus juice, this version of the Peruvian favorite might just become one of yours. This former seaside appetizer is full of crunch, creaminess, citrus and zest, a great way to start a meal or even snack on! Click here to see more Healthy, International Cooking at Home.
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Yellowtail Ceviche
Try this delicious and easy yellowtail ceviche. In the restaurant, we serve this with a vinaigrette called "Mambo #3." One taste of this zesty, spicy concoction, and you'll know why. Knock the party guests' socks off with this appetizer. See all appetizer recipes. Click here to see 15 Easy Fish Recipes for Summer.
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Tuna Watermelon Ceviche
Sweet summer watermelon also works well in savory recipes like this one from Chef Rodriguez's eponymous restaurant, De Rodriguez, in South Beach, Miami. Click here to see 9 Cool and Creative Ways to Cook with Watermelon.
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In this traditional dish, the seafood is cooked by the acid in the lime juice. Be sure to always use fresh ingredients in this recipe.
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Easy Halibut Ceviche
Looking for a simple, creative fish recipe for summer? Try this Peruvian-style ceviche which features fresh halibut, aji peppers, and sweet white corn for a delicious, refreshing treat. It's perfect with a side of Peruvian purple potatoes.
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This shellfish ceviche amps up the flavor by substituting cucumber juice for some of the citrus. For best results, use a small, think-skinned cucumber variety, such as Korean or Delikatesse. Read more about cucumbers on Wall Street Journal's "Off Duty" section.
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Meyer Lemon Scallop Ceviche
Hotategai. That's what scallop sashimi is in Japanese. I've always thought that raw scallop was ever so slightly sweet. Delicious, but perhaps in need of a bit of balance. So I created this dish in the hope of bringing that balance to lovely sweet scallop. Meyer lemons provide acidity with just enough sweetness to keep the scallops from taking on too much zing. This is a great appetizer to serve when you have quality scallops. See all ceviche recipes. Click here to see 5 Sublime Scallop Recipes.
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People put all kinds of junk in ceviche. It's best when it's simplest.
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Spicy Cucumber-Salmon Ceviche
The refreshing, cooling effect of cucumber is pretty much blown right out of the water with some serious firepower from none other than dried Thai bird's-eye chile peppers (also known as just Thai chile peppers, to avoid confusion). So, if you like to sweat while noshing on some tortilla chips, this is the ticket. See all salmon recipes. Click here to see 6 Cool and Creative Ways to Use Cucumber.
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Ceviche
Chef Rick Bayless makes this light and refreshing ceviche recipe that will work wonderfully as an appetizer for an alfresco dinner party or a Sunday afternoon barbecue. 
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This easy shrimp ceviche is seasoned with a little lime, lemon, and orange juice, and given texture from avocados, cucumbers, and radishes. 
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Swordfish Ceviche
Here's a delicious take on ceviche, with delicious swordfish marinated in a Southeast Asian-inspired blend of spices. Serve this up at the next backyard grilling party for a refreshing appetizer that's sure to impress guests. See all swordfish recipes.
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