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ce·vi·che

or se·vi·che  (sə-vē′chā, sĕ-)
n.
Raw seafood marinated in a mixture of lime or lemon juice and spices until the citrus causes the seafood to become firm, served as an appetizer.

[Spanish cebiche, ceviche, from Arabic sikbāj, meat cooked in vinegar, from Middle Persian *sikbāg : sik, vinegar + -bāg, food, broth (from Old Iranian *-pāka-, cooked (with or in); see pekw- in Indo-European roots).]

ceviche

(səˈviːtʃɪ)
n
a South American dish consisting of seafood marinated in citrus fruit, usually served in a salad

ce•vi•che

or se•vi•che

(səˈvi tʃeɪ, -tʃi)
n.
an appetizer of small pieces of raw fish marinated in lime or lemon juice, often with onions, peppers, and spices.
[1950–55; < American Spanish]
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This Peruvian restaurant creates one of the world's most unique and delicious dining experiences in South Florida with traditional Peruvian dishes such as Ceviches, Lomo Saltado, Chaufas, Aji de Gallina, and introduces a variation of unique dishes that can only be found here.
While the selection of food ranges everything from tiraditos (thin slices of raw fish, seafood or vegetables with leche de tigre), and ceviches, to causas (flavoured Andean potatoes topped with varied ingredients like king crab and beef tartare), anticuchos (grilled Peruvian bruschetta marinated with aji panca) plus varied salads and mains -- we definitely had a few favourites from the impressive menu.
At the event, guests also had the opportunity to meet and cook with the Peruvian Chef Bruno Andres Santa Cruz and sample some of his ceviches.
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Among the ceviches, the simplest is ceviche pescado, simply fresh fish, cilantro, lemon, and a touch of sweetness from mango.
Their ceviches and small plates are perfect summer dishes - not too heavy but filling and refreshing with a generous dose of cilantro, grape fruit and guava.
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