Call It Supper: A Peruvian Ceviche Recipe with a Bonus Hangover Cure

“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” (Virgina Woolf)

This week, Sarah and Tori from Call It Supper have got you weekend warriors prepped and ready to go with a killer recipe to impress your friends and beat the next morning’s hangover. Call It Supper is a blog focused on seasonal, fresh recipes that are inspired by Tori and Sarah’s travels, favorite restaurants and other meaningful experiences. The ingredient list from each recipe always contains something that is best had in that season. Here’s a recipe that Sarah created after a trip to South America…

RECIPE: Peruvian Ceviche, serves 6 as an appetizer

One of the highlights of my travel in Peru was arriving in Barranco, an artsy suburb of Lima right on the ocean, was eating my first big plate of real Peruvian ceviche. Back home, I created my own with the local gulf Drum and Sheepshead that my family had caught the day before, but any mild white fish, such as snapper, trout, or flounder, will do.

Peruvian Ceviche

It’s fairly simple. The fish is marinated in lime juice and served with sweet potatoes, red onions, peppers, and large crunchy corn kernels. The leftover juices, or leche de tigre, doubles as a hangover cure for the next morning.

Steps & Ingredients

  1. Place your sweet potato in a pot of water, and bring to a boil.
  2. Boil until easily pierced with a knife, about 20-25 minutes.
  3. Remove from the water, and when cool… Click to continue reading Full Recipe & Ingredients List

ABOUT THE AUTHORS: CALL IT SUPPER

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Sarah and Tori started Call It Supper because they believe that a meal is always a strategic decision—never to be wasted, and have a passion for inventing recipes. Call It Supper is focused on seasonal, fresh recipes that are inspired by their travels, favorite restaurants and meaningful experiences. The ingredient lists will always contain something that is best had in that season.
The two became friends at Bowdoin College, where they started hosting dinner parties together. Back then, it was six packs and hors d’oeuvres, but today they have taken things a few steps further in the kitchen.

Website: www.callitsupper.com

Location: Boston, MA

Instagram: @CallitSupper

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Originally posted 2014-08-01 08:30:15. Republished by Blog Post Promoter