The popularity of ceviche, one of Peru’s signature dishes, has spread well beyond the country’s borders for several years. Worldwide popularity has benefitted ceviche, as new creative versions emerge every day. The classic recipe contains five ingredients: fish, lime, salt, ají and onion.
This time I bring you a sophisticated salmon ceviche, inspired by another dish I tried long ago. I make it with leche de tigre (tiger’s milk), using half and half milk to make it creamier. I then cover the salmon with this sauce and serve it with avocados. The result is a tasty creation worthy of any table, especially during the summer season. Buen provecho!