32 (Peruvian)

List by: itisclaudio, created: 18 Apr 2020, updated: 18 Apr 2020 Public: Users can add dishes

List of common seafood dishes you find in Peru

1. Cebiche De Conchas Negras

Ceviche De Conchas Negras (Peruvian)

Fresh, raw, black scallop, marinated and "cooked" in lime juice and seasoned with Peruvian chili peppers, onions and salt. Back scallop cebiche was originated in northern Peru.

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2. Arroz Con Mariscos

(Peruvian)

Peruvian seafood paella or rice with seafood and aji amarillo (yellow chili). It usually has fish, mussels, squid and scallops.

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3. Causa Rellena

(Peruvian)

Causa Rellena is a Peruvian appetizer made of cold mashed potato seasoned with yellow chili and lime. Normally stuffed with chicken or tuna salad.

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4. Cebiche De Pescado

Ceviche De Pescado, seviche de pescado, sebiche de pescado (Peruvian)

Cebiche De Pescado is a cold Peruvian dish. While there are hundreds of variations, the traditional Ceviche actually just needs 5 simple ingredients: fresh, raw, white fish filet cut into bite-size pieces, marinated and "cooked" in lime juice and seasoned with Peruvian chili peppers, onions and salt. Ceviche is the Peruvian national dish like no other one reflecting the coastal cuisine and its influences. Ceviche is the most popular dish in Peru and the pride of all Peruvians. http://www.limaeasy.com/peruvian-food-guide…

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5. Cebiche Mixto

Ceviche mixto (Peruvian)

Ceviche mixto is the Peruvian national dish, is like no other one reflecting the coastal cuisine and its influences. Ceviche is the most popular dish in Peru and the pride of all Peruvians. While there are hundreds of variations, the seafood is marinated and "cooked" in lime juice and seasoned with Peruvian chili peppers, onions and salt.

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6. Ceviche

Cebiche, Seviche, Sebiche (Peruvian)

Peruvian ceviche is a traditional dish widely eaten in Peru. The method of preparing it is different to that of ceviche in other places, using lemon, fish, potatoes and other foods. In Peru, ceviche has been declared to be part of Peru's "national heritage" and has had a holiday declared in its honor. The classic Peruvian ceviche is composed of chunks of raw fish, marinated in freshly squeezed key lime or bitter orange (naranja agria) juice, with sliced onions, chili peppers, salt and pepper. Corvina or cebo (sea bass) was the fish traditionally used. The mixture was traditionally marinated for …

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7. Chicharron De Pescado

(Peruvian)

Here, white fish is marinated in a flavorful blend of lemon, garlic and Peruvian yellow hot pepper paste. Then, the fish is coated in flour and dipped in eggs before being fried to crunchy perfection. Enjoy with a squeeze of lime and a fresh salad. In restaurants that serve ceviche all around Peru, you will find this easy, delicious fried fish recipe, which gets its name, Chicharrón de Pescado, for resembling little pieces of fried pork skin. http://www.goya.com/english/recipes/crunchy…

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8. Chilcano

(Peruvian)

Concentrated fish broth made with fish head, yellow peppers, parsley and lots of lemon.

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9. Chinguirito

(Peruvian)

It is is a traditional cebiche type dish where the fish used is the guitar dried fish instead of fresh fish. This dish belongs to the northern peruvian cuisine, specifically from Lamballeque.

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10. Choros A La Chalaca

(Peruvian)

choritos a la chalaca is a ceviche type of dish. Choritos are mussels, and “a la chalaca” means “Callao-style“. It’s simple: steamed mussels, covered with a vegetable medley, (very spicy with the kick of rocoto).Usually they are served with cold beer before lunch, as a tasty treat to open the appetite.

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11. Chupe De Camarones

(Peruvian)

This hearty chowder is a favorite in Peru, where it is often made with crayfish. The typical preparation is to boil the crayfish, process the cooked crayfish in a blender with some of the caldo (broth), and then to add the puréed crayfish back to the stew to thicken it. Other traditional ingredients include yellow potatoes, aji chile peppers, corn, milk and queso fresco cheese. Chupe de camarones is usually served with a poached egg and garnished with several whole crayfish. This "quick and easy" version of chupe de camarones is less complicated to prepare, but still rich and full …

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12. Chupe De Pescado

(Peruvian)

Milk based fish soup

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13. Conchas A La Parmesana

Conchitas A La Parmesana (Peruvian)

Peruvian scallops, parmesan cheese and lime.

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14. Escabeche De Pescado

(Peruvian)

With origins in the Arab world, the Escabeche de Pescado, or Peruvian Pickled Fish, is a colorful dish that combines fresh seafood and local hot peppers in a sweet and sour sauce that is spicy and refreshing. This method of preserving food with vinegar is centuries old, and introduced to Peru by the Spanish, it is used for seafood, meats, poultry, and vegetables. Since Winter in San Francisco has been warmer than usual, this Escabeche de Pescado was perfect for lunch on a sunny day. http://www.piscotrail.com/2012/02/10/recipe…

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15. Filete De Pescado Con Pure

(Peruvian)

Fried fish filet accompanied with mush potatoes and rice

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16. Jalea De Mariscos

(Peruvian)

Peru has almost 500 national dishes but Jalea de Mariscos is the most popular dish made with fish filets, squid, shrimps, salt, pepper, rice flour, vegetable oil, green plantains, garlic cloves, onions, cilantro leaves, orange bell pepper, limes, mayonnaise, ají amarillo sauce

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17. Jalea De Pescado

(Peruvian)

Fried battered fish pieces topped with a onions salad. Traditional Peruvian seafood dish originated in northern Peru

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18. Milanesa De Pescado

(Peruvian)

Breaded fish fillet

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19. Parihuela

Seafood Soup (Peruvian)

Fragrant, spicy and loaded with seafood, parihuela is Peru’s answer to bouillabaisse. Don’t be tempted to omit the Peruvian chillies and paste from the recipe, as they lend unique and extremely fruity notes to the base of the soup. http://www.sbs.com.au/food/recipes/seafood-…

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20. Pejerrey Arrebozado

Pejerrey Arrebosado (Peruvian)

Fried silverside fish accompanied by rice and salsa criolla

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21. Pan Con Pejerrey

sandwich de Pejerrey (Peruvian)

Pan con pejerrey is a Peruvian fried fish sandwich. Pejerrey is "smelt", a small silver fish. The fish is battered and then pan-fried, deep fried, or pressure fried.

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22. Pescado A La Chorrillana

(Peruvian)

Pan fried white fish fillet topped with a saute of onions, tomatoes and Peruvian yellow chili. It is often accompanied by white rice and/or pan fried potatos

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23. Pescado A La Plancha

Grilled Fish (-Latin American-) (Peruvian)

Grilled fish

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25. Pescado Frito

(Peruvian)

Very common lunch dish in Peru. Fried fish filet or whole fish accompanied by white rice, roasted potatoes and salad

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26. Pescado Saltado

Pescado Salteado (Peruvian)

Pescado saltado is the fish version of the popular, traditional peruvian dish "Lomo saltado". It is a stir fry that typically combines fried fish, with onions, tomatoes, soy sauce and other ingredients, served with fried potato slices (french fries) and rice.

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27. Pulpo Al Olivo

Pulpo Al Oliva (Peruvian)

Octopus on a olive based mayonnaise

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28. Sopa De Choros

(Peruvian)

Peruvian mussels soup with milk and vegetables

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29. Sudado De Marisco

(Peruvian)

Sudado de Mariscos is a seafood stew seasoned with tomato, garlic, onions, and chiles.

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30. Tacu Tacu De Mariscos

(Peruvian)

Squid, scallops, and shrimp in a tomato based sauce over pressed rice and beans that are grilled.

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31. Tiradito

Sashimi-Style Fish (Peruvian)

Some say Tiradito is just Ceviche without onions. Both dishes are made of raw white fish, but for Tiradito the fish is cut into sashimi-style thin stripes instead of cubes. While the fresh fish in a ceviche is marinated in a spicy lime juice sauce, in Tiradito it’s just covered with a piquant lime juice dressing and then immediately served. Popular variations of Tiradito combine the lime juice dressing with aji or rocoto creme. http://www.limaeasy.com/peruvian-food-guide…

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32. Trucha A La Plancha

(Peruvian)

Grilled Trout

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