Ceviche de Pescado

This is a most refreshing lunch on a hot day, I just had this in Barra de Navidad, a small town on the Pacific Coast of Mexico just North of Manzanillo. We sat right on the sand beach, and the waiter was kind enough to share the ingredients with me although not the exact quantities. So I leave that up to your individual flair…


The fish was Sierra (Pacific Sierra, Sierra Mackerel, Scomberomorus sierra).


It was prepared with tomatoes, onions, avocado, cilantro, lemon and lime juice, Serrano chili pepper (Capsicum annuum),green pepper, cucumber, salt and pepper. All the ingredients chopped. The fish is very lightly marinated as the ceviche is made fresh when ordered. It was served with extra avocado slices and tortilla chips. Beside Mackerel, ceviche is often made with sea-bass, mahi-mahi, halibut or prawns.

On the beach, Barra de Navidad, Mexico

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