8 Ceviche Recipes
Spicy Tuna Ceviche
Combine the tuna with the lime juice mixture just before serving to maintain the bright red color of the fish—a must-do if you like tuna rare. If you want "cooked" tuna, soak it in ½ cup lime juice (enough to cover) for 1 to 3 hours, stirring occasionally, until opaque. (The fish will turn a grayish brown.) Drain, and stir in remaining ingredients.
Salmon Ceviche With Coconut and Basil
Wild salmon, fresh lime juice, cherry tomatoes, and coconut milk mingle in this colorful dish. Ginger and jalapeno add a welcome kick.
Shrimp and scallops are very quickly boiled before joining cubed watermelon, oranges, and mint.
Lime and grapefruit juice pair deliciously with mango, pineapple, and red bell pepper in this island-inspired combo.
Halibut, jicama, tomatillos, and chiles make up this fresh green ceviche.
Gulf Coast Crab-and-Flounder Ceviche
For extra flavor, grill the ears of corn before removing the kernels.