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07th Sep 2017 | Food and Beer

Badass Global Food Truck Matches: Peruvian Ceviche with Rodenbach Grand Cru

The last gasp of summer is closing in on us but if you have one last chance to partake in a street food festival, we suggest you do so. And quickly. If cloudy skies make it hard to venture outside, Maggie Cubbler's favourite food truck & beer pairing match are hopefully worth the effort! Peruvian Ceviche de Pescado and a Rodenbach Grand Gru sound pretty good to us!

 

 

Ceviche de pescado

Food Truck Name: Cómo Ceviche?

Main Ingredient: Seabass, Lime, chili peppers

In other words: Peruvian Fish Ceviche

The unofficial national dish of Peru, ceviche de pescado can be found in street food stalls all over the country. There is no single way to make Peruvian ceviche but usually it consists of chunks of raw fish, red onion, chili peppers and lime juice, the latter’s acidity actually “cooking” the fish!

Pair it with

Rodenbach Grand Cru

 

A Flanders Red Ale like the Rodenbach Grand Cru is a surprising partner to a fish dish. However, the acidic nature of a ceviche finds a welcome pairing to the vinegar-like quality of the beer while being toned down by a sweet vanilla note. A lively carbonation means this is a party in your mouth!

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