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Hot Stone Shrimp Ceviche

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Hot Stone Shrimp Ceviche
  • Prep 20 min
  • Total 30 min
  • Ingredients 13
  • Servings 3

The world of ceviche is filled with surprising flavors. The widespread idea is that ceviche should always be served cold. But ladies and gentlemen, a good warm ceviche is exquisite, as long as it is prepared well. This hot stone shrimp ceviche is the best example. Before starting, have all the ingredients ready because it cooks very quickly. To make sure the shrimp is tender and juicy, only cook it until it changes color, about three minutes. Season it carefully. Add more yellow pepper if you want, and serve with sweet potato and choclo, our famous corn with huge kernels. In northern Peru, the mandatory side dish is boiled cassava. MORE + LESS -

Ingredients

1
tablespoon vegetable oil
1
teaspoon garlic, finely chopped
2
tablespoons Peruvian yellow pepper (ají amarillo) paste
1
red onion, julienned
1
lb shrimp, peeled and deveined
5
tablespoons lime juice
1
teaspoon habanero chile, small dice
Salt and pepper, if desired
1
tablespoon culantro, chopped
2
tablespoons fish broth, if desired
1
cooked sweet potato
1
cup choclo (large corn on the cob), cooked and removed from the cob
3
to 4 lettuce leaves

Directions

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  • 1
    Heat oil in a skillet on medium heat. Cook garlic with Peruvian yellow pepper paste, onion and shrimp. Stir in salt, pepper, lime juice and habanero chile, stirring quickly until the shrimp changes color. Add culantro and fish broth, if desired.
  • 2
    Using three to four plates, place a lettuce leaves and place slices of sweet potato and choclo on top. On the center of the plate, serve the shrimp with onions and top it with the sauce. Serve immediately.

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  • Serve right away.

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More About This Recipe
  • The world of ceviche is filled with surprising flavors. The widespread idea is that ceviche should always be served cold. But ladies and gentlemen, a good warm ceviche is exquisite, as long as it is prepared well. This hot stone shrimp ceviche is the best example. Before starting, have all the ingredients ready because it cooks very quickly. To make sure the shrimp is tender and juicy, only cook it until it changes color, about three minutes. Season it carefully. Add more yellow pepper if you want, and serve with sweet potato and choclo, our famous corn with huge kernels. In northern Peru, the mandatory side dish is boiled cassava.

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