Raw fish marinated in lime or lemon juice with olive oil and spices and served as an appetizer.(noun)
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Use "ceviche" in a sentence
"As a Mexican, ceviche is my firts atempt, then sushi, smoky grilled, tahitiana strips etc."
"If you favor the idea of not cooking them at all, as in ceviche, in which the seafood is "cooked" by marinating in lime, be sure that the fish is the freshest possible."
"These lemons are extremely sour and they are the key element in national dishes such as the world famous ceviche (a post on ceviche is coming soon)."