Lima is a gorgeous city. It sits along the western coast of Peru, its beaches kissed by the Pacific Ocean.
It’s no surprise that Lima is known for ceviche — a dish that consists of fresh, raw seafood that’s cured in citrus juice, mixed with raw red onion, and bolstered by aji chilies (a spicy pepper similar to a Fresno chili).
It’s a dish that brings together much of what defines Peruvian cuisine.
Ceviche is a great representation of Peru’s vast ecological diversity. There’s the Andean region, which stretches above the clouds (and provides starchy potatoes); read more >>>
Source : BusinessInsider.Com