easy backpacker recipe – ceviche

backpackers recipeCeviche is a traditional Peruvian dish consisting of fresh fish cooked raw in lemon juice and served with sweet potato and corn. We created a million different variations, always based on local or seasonal ingredients. Here’s one of the easiest, hostel proof ceviche recipes. We used rosemary, but you can add any herbs you desire. Coriander and basil go well together as well.

Ingredients (serves 2)
200 gr. White fish filet (dorade, cod, seabrass, …), raw shrimps or a mix, in chunks
1 Zucchini, cut into 1/2 inch rounds
1 Onion, chopped in rings
20 gr. Cilantro/parsley/basil, chopped
2 tsp Olive oil (extra vergin)

Marinade
Juice of 2 limes/lemons
Handfull of sweet, little tomatoes
2 Twigs of rosemary
Pepper and salt to season

How to…
1.Squeeze the tomatoes in a bowl and mix (flesh and juice) together with the other ingredients for the marinade.
2. Add the fish, zucchini and onion to the marinade. Mix the juices well into the fish and let it rest for approximately 15 minutes. The sour of the lemon juice will garen the fish.
3. Season your ceviche with the fresh herbs, and drizzle with olive oil. ENJOY!

Craving for more recipes? To celebrate our brand new kitchen here at the Amstel House Hostel Berlin we are sending at least one easy backpacker recipe a week into cyberspace. We’re aiming for at least 25 easy backpacker recipes in total. Check all recipes so far here.

Having travelled the world ourselves we know how nice it is to have a hostel kitchen. It’s a great place to meet fellow travellers*. Preparing and sharing tasteful meals together, borrowing each other’s ingredients and recipes. It creates a bond… We decided to put our magic kitchen building wands to use and build you a nifty kitchen. It caters to all your needs and is free to use for all our hostel guests.

*Travelling solo or keen on meeting new people while travelling? See our other 14 tips to make friends when arriving in a new place.

 

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