If you've dined out recently, you've probably noticed the increasing appearance of raw fish on restaurant menus. While ceviche and crudo have been leading the raw movement, the Hawaiian dish "poke" (pronounced POH-kay) has recently graduated to trend-of-the-moment status, delighting diners from sea to shining sea.
Spring is officially here! As we begin to shed our heavy winter coats and comfort-food cravings, what could be better than a little light seafood to get us beach-season ready?
Sashimi Given that this list is inspired by the poke-craze, we should narrow our criteria down a bit. Merely the absence
5. Sashimi Sashimi, meaning "pierced body," is a delicacy of extremely fresh, thinly sliced raw meat or fish. Often served
Discovering new cultures exposes you to more experiences (good and bad). One way to do that is try the local food. From cocktails to cuisine here is a nod to some of Peru's must try dishes.
Directions Wisk all ingredients together until combined. Like Us On Facebook | Follow Us On Twitter Ingredients 1/2 cup watermelon
Ceviche has now become a staple item on restaurant menus, but the typical preparation is often all about simplicity. In Peru ceviche is also everywhere, but the distinct flavors make it its own dish entirely.
Ceviche doesn't kill bacteria the way heat cooking does, so it's important to use super fresh fish and eat quickly after serving.
This was the freshest, most flavorful salsa I have ever had, and I have had a great deal of salsa in my life.
7. Fresh-squeezed orange juice, Morocco Made to order at market stalls, it's reportedly the best in the world. 11. Pho, Vietnam