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  1. nancy

    I just made this yesterday for my father in law and I since we are the only shrimp eaters and it was amazing! All I did was add some salt and plenty of pepper and it was SOOO good. I made a small batch and it’s all gone. :( I really like that this recipe calls for no tomato.

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  2. Amelia

    I’ve made this for years and I’m always asked to bring it to parties, make it for gatherings, and even been told people would pay me for it! I sometimes double and triple the recipe. I add salt to taste and sometimes up the pepper amounts because you get more flavor than spice and every so often that nice fiery kick :-) This is the only recipe I’ll ever make for ceviche! LOVE!

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  3. Jay

    So good!! Added a dash of hot sauce, some cracked black pepper, and a little olive oil to finish. Subbed cucumber for tomatoes since we ran out, but the entire family was licking the bowl clean. :) Thanks for the great recipe!

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  4. Heather

    This was amazing and EXACTLY what I wanted it to be! It reminds me of the Ceviche we had on vacation in Mexico…. I’m making my second batch and have added small scallops Into the mix. :)

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  5. Gama

    Ceviche should be raw and fresh, the author is right in pointing out that if your shrimp isn’t fresh it may represent a threat, so it’s a good alternative. I’m sure this recipe is delicious but it is not entirely authentic, but I’m sure that wasn’t the intention either. I suggest, to anyone reading this, trying out some Peruvian or Mexican ceviche where the shrimp is “raw”, if it is safe for you, it does make a big difference and it is a very different experience from boiled shrimp. Another recipe I suggest if you have some shrimp is Shrimp cocktail which is fairly similar, but not ceviche, and here you do boil the shrimp. A little tip when boiling the shrimp is to add some ingredients to the boiling water as well, such as: garlic, onion, parsley, salt, pepper, etc. it helps the flavor! You can experiment with other things! Happy cooking.

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