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  • Chef Amy

    Blood Orange Scallop Ceviche - perfect for summer

  • Sheri Borders

    Blood Orange-Scallop Ceviche Recipe from Food & Wine

  • Ronit Y Rafa

    ceviche con leche de coco

  • Dawn Land

    Blood Orange-Scallop Seviche Recipe on Food & Wine| Chef E. Michael Reidt garnishes this citrusy, summery seviche with popcorn, a nod to Peruvian and Ecuadorian cuisine. "When you go to a bar in Peru, you're given a big bowl of seviche and a bowl of popcorn with your beer," he says. "This puts them both together on one plate."

  • Talia Gonzalez

    Blood OrangeScallop Seviche

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