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Posted by on Apr 30, 2013 in Avila Beach Photos, Dining, Recipes | 0 comments

Ceviche recipe from Pete’s Pierside Cafe

Ceviche recipe from Pete’s Pierside Cafe

This recipe is for the Ceviche from Pete’s Pierside Cafe that closed in Dec 2012. Courtney (Owner & Chef) gave a food demo at the Avila Beach Farmers Market on 4/26 and was kind enough to share the recipe with us so we could post it for the people that couldn’t make it out! We would love to see your photos if you make it at home! Please send them to Info@EnjoyAvilaBeach.com



2-1/2LB of Fresh Rock Cod (Olde Port Fish)
8-9 Lemons (Avila Valley Barn or Local Grocery Store)
1 Large Sweet Onion (AB Farmers Market*)
1 Green Bell Pepper (AB Farmers Market*)
1 Red Bell Pepper (AB Farmers Market*)
1/4 Bunch of Cilantro (AB Farmers Market*)
1 Small Can of Jalapenos w/Carrots (Local Grocery Store)
1 Small Can/Jar of Marinated Artichoke Hearts (Local Grocery Store)
Some Salt, White Pepper, and Granulated Garlic (Local Grocery Store)

*Please note that the ingredients change at the Farmers Market depending on the season. If you can’t find the items you are looking for, try the Avila Valley Barn or your local grocery store.


Day 1 – Cut the Rock Cod into small pieces and put in a large bowl. Cut all the Lemons in half and squeeze the juice over the Rock Cod. Cover the bowl and place in the fridge overnight. The acid in the lemon marinade will cook the fish slightly but make sure you are using FRESH Rock Cod.

Day 2 – Pull the fish out of the fridge and drain off all the lemon juice. Cut the Sweet Onion, Green & Red Bell Peppers, Jalapenos & Carrots (SAVE JUICE) into small pieces and add to fish. Drain & discard juice from Artichoke Hearts and cut into four parts and add to fish. Mix everything together while adding the juice you saved from the Jalapenos & Carrots. Add Salt, Pepper, and Granulated Garlic to taste. Serve with tortilla chips or on a tostada and ENJOY!

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