Traditional ceviche consists of raw seafood marinated in citrus juices or vinegar. But traditions vary depending on the region, doesn't it? This zingy shrimp ceviche with roots in West Africa is flavored with fresh ginger, cilantro, lime juice, shallots, and a habanero pepper. Unlike other ceviches, especially popular Peruvian varieties, this recipe calls for blending a small portion of the shrimp and other ingredients to make a thicker marinade sauce. You'll need to let it all sit in the fridge for 30 minutes to 4 hours. The longer it marinates, the more flavorful it is. Scoop up your ceviche with sweet potato chips for the ideal texture and flavor combination.
This bold, bright shrimp ceviche from West Africa combines the flavors of fresh ginger, cilantro, lime, and habanero and the firm-soft texture of lightly cured shrimp.... Read More