2. Lobster Ceviche
If you’re leery of raw fish, this recipe is a great introduction to ceviche. The lobster is partially cooked before curing in lemon, lime and orange juice. Celery, cucumber and arugula add a little crispy crunch and jalapeño brings the heat.

3. Mojito Cuban Ceviche
The only thing better than a tall, cool mojito on a hot summer day is Cuban-inspired Mojito Ceviche. A mix of white fish and shell fish, lime, jalapeño, onion, tomatoes are garnished with mint. A dash of rum adds some punch (no pun intended!).

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