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How to Make Aguachile: The Chili-Spiked Mexican Ceviche

If you love ceviche, then Mexico's aguachile is for you. Traditionally made with raw shrimp, lime juice, chilies, cucumber, and onion, it's served immediately while still totally raw, unlike most other ceviche recipes. It's worth trying the original version, but the dish is a springboard for improvisation. Try the three recipes here, starting from the classic, and then proceeding with two increasingly untraditional versions. More

Scallop Aguachile With Jalapeño, Cucumber, and Avocado

If you love ceviche, then Mexico's aguachile is for you. Traditionally made with raw shrimp, lime juice, chilies, cucumber, and onion, it's served immediately while still totally raw, unlike most other ceviche recipes. In this variation, sweet raw scallops are tossed with lime juice, jalapeño chilies, cucumber, and red onion, then served with tostadas and avocado (and if you like, beer or tequila). More

Nantucket Scallop Ceviche, Blood Orange Sauce From 'Daniel'

I usually think of ceviches as quick, simple affairs. Cut up some seafood, throw it in a bowl with citrus juice, let it "cook" for a bit, and then serve. Daniel Boulud's scallop ceviche with blood orange sauce in his new cookbook, Daniel, is not that kind of ceviche. But the extra work actually pays off, and the final dish was probably the best ceviche I'd ever made, and certainly the prettiest. More

Nantucket Scallop Ceviche, Blood Orange Sauce From 'Daniel'

I usually think of ceviches as quick, simple affairs. Cut up some seafood, throw it in a bowl with citrus juice, let it "cook" for a bit, and then serve. Daniel Boulud's scallop ceviche with blood orange sauce in his new cookbook, Daniel, is not that kind of ceviche. But the extra work actually pays off, and the final dish was probably the best ceviche I'd ever made, and certainly the prettiest. More

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