Today I’m showing you how I make Raw Vegan Panamanian Ceviche. This recipe is exactly the way I have been making it for years, before I went vegan but we are using cauliflower to replace the fish or shrimp.

The Hamilton Beach Food Processor I use makes this recipe so easy to make. Here is the amazon affiliate link if you want to check it out.

Raw Panamanian Ceviche
1/2 head of cauliflower
2 cups of chopped tomatoes
1/2 chopped large red onion
2/3 chopped cucumber
1 cup minced celery
juice of 2-3 limes
1-2 minced habanero peppers also know as scotch bonnet (these are very hot. omit if you don’t like heat)
1 tbs Cilantro

combine, chill for at least 30 mins – an hour, enjoy!
These are great with raw banana chips or crackers. Take it to a potluck or family event!

This recipe is great for meal planning because you can make a big batch and it keeps really well in the fridge. It will last about 3-5 days depending on your fridge temp. Get the steps I use for meal planning here

At the end I show you a super easy raw curry cauliflower rice recipe. Its a great addition to salads.

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  1. This looks so good! I’m not sure if you are raw vegan but I hear oyster mushrooms add a nice chewy texture to make it more like the regular ceviche that has fish and clams. I’m assuming you would have to cook the mushrooms but maybe marinating them would have a similar effect. I don’t know but I will definitely try this recipe out thanx for sharing 🙂


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