One of best parts of Hispanic culture is, inarguably, Hispanic food. Hispanic foods are numerous and diverse. For example, there are empanadas, enchiladas, flan, arroz con pollo, tamales, etc. Ceviche, in particular, is a seafood fish quite popular in many Hispanic cultures. Ceviche is a very old, traditional dish. While the origins of the ceviche recipe are disputed, the most likely origin lies in the area of present day costal Peru. Interestingly, today, the greatest variety of ceviches are found in Peru, Ecuador and Chile. However the dish can also be found in coastal El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, and the Caribbean.
Luckily, the ceviche recipe is quite easy. It requires marinating the raw fish in a lemon juice, so that the acidity cooks the fish. A ceviche recipe also usually calls for spiced with ají or chili peppers. Additional seasonings, such as chopped onions, salt, and coriander, may also be added. The dish is then is usually accompanied by side dishes that complement its flavors, such as sweet potato, lettuce, corn, avocado or plantain. Overall, ceviche is a great food for any occasion. If you are interested in making ceviche you might do a bit of research online to find a ceviche recipe.