How to make shrimp ceviche

Surely you have eaten shrimp ceviche, it is one of those dishes of Peruvian cuisine that we all know and love.

Its preparation is quite simple, you do not need a master in ceviches to do it and that it is delicious.

Also, it is a refreshing and very nutritious meal, protein, that you can prepare for dinner and thus sleep lightly 🙂

Recipe of shrimp ceviche

It is very important that you have fresh shrimp, as fresh as possible. Buy them whole and peel them at home.

Ideally, you should use ají amarillo or rocoto for this recipe, both are spicy, yes. If you do not want to use these peppers then ok, you can try some sweet pepper.

shrimp ceviche

 shrimp ceviche
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Shrimp ceviche (ceviche) step by step

Easy recipe and quick to make a delicious shrimp ceviche. Traditional food from countries such as Peru, Colombia and Ecuador.Cook the shrimp for two minutes or until they turn pink, remove them and let them cool.
  • Cut the purple onion into very thin julienne, wash it in cold water, drain and reserve.
  • Place the shrimp in a bowl and add the lemon juice until it almost covers them. Add a piece of chopped yellow pepper on very thin casters, the amount depends on how much you like the spicy, if you do not like it just do not put it on.
  • Next place the onion, chopped garlic cloves very small, the 2 tablespoons of oil and rectify the salt, chop the coriander leaves and add them to the container. Cover the container and let it rest in the fridge for a few minutes to serve cold.
  • It's that easy is to make a ceviche with shrimp.

    With what to accompany the shrimp ceviche

    The idea is to eat this ceviche accompanied with something that is a little crispy or has a mild flavor that does not go to take center stage to the ceviche.

    You can use as a garnish the classic pink sweet potato, also known as sweet potato. But you can also try salted crackers or nachos-style corn chips.

    The other option is to accompany with plantain green (banana), fried, which is commonly called "tostón".

    Either of these options is perfect to accompany this homemade shrimp ceviche recipe.