Gorgeous traditional Peruvian ceviche gets a sweet and tangy modern revamp with the addition of mango in this quick and easy mango ceviche recipe.
Ceviche is a famously delicious, healthy and refreshing dish hailing from Latin America. Originating in what is known today as Peru, ceviche is generally a dish of lightly-cured fish and vegetables. It can also be made with seafood or a combination of fish/seafood. The seafood “cooks” in the juice of lime or lemon in a traditional ceviche, so have no fears about consuming raw fish or seafood. It’s bright with acidity and fresh seafood flavour, making ceviche the world’s easiest appetiser or summer snack.
This dish is a fresh and simple spin on the classic ceviche. We’re adding mango in place of the traditional mix of vegetables and fish. So similar in flavour to mango salsa, this mango ceviche is lightly refreshing in the best way. You’ll be munching on beautifully balanced Peruvian ceviche in a flash. And the best part? This recipe requires only 6 ingredients and 20 minutes of prep and “cook” time. Score!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I make the mango ceviche using other fish?
You can enjoy this ceviche recipe with any lean white fish you have available. Yellowtail, snapper or sea bass will all work perfectly. Chat to your fishmonger about other local alternatives available to you.
I can’t find fresh limes! What can I use instead?
You can always make this recipe using the equivalent amount of fresh lemon juice, or with bottled lime/lemon juice if that is all you have available.