Coconut Ceviche…a little twist on the traditional Peruvian classic! In Peru, ceviche is often eaten as an appetizer and is popular at gatherings. This dish is often made with fresh fish mixed with lime juice along with seasonings such peppers and onions, and usually finished with corn and sweet potato. In this twist, we use the coconut as the main attraction alongside cayenne peppers from the local market. Coconuts are such a versatile fruit: from the coconut water to coconut jelly/meat and even coconut milk and oil! And now, as ceviche!