tuesday taste: ceviche

February 26, 2008 at 12:55 pm Leave a comment

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Today’s taste is something I ran across a few years ago on a trip to the beach. A group of us went deep sea finishing and one of my friends decided to make us a treat, ceviche. Although I may have had the dish before in a Latin American restaurant, I certainly did not realize that it was “cooked” by citrus. There is no heat used in the process; instead, the citrus juices cause the proteins to become denatured which pickles and cooks the fish.  This process can be used on shellfish and shrimp as well and can be served a variety of ways.  The taste is refreshing and lite. The denaturing process changes the texture so if you don’t usually like uncooked fish you may like ceviche.

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