mixed jelly (Seafood Recipes)

Seafood Recipes Jelly is a seafood dish belonging to the Peruvian food. It is typical of northern Peru, but eats throughout the costal Peruvian.It is one of the inevitable popular dishes ceviche (seafood restaurants), like rice with seafood, ceviche, or El Tiradito among others. There are three ways to prepare jelly: fish, fish and seafood (mixed) and seafood.


  • 300 (10.5 oz) grams of fish cut into cubes
  • 300 (10.5 oz) grams of cooked octopus cut into pieces
  • 300 (10.5 oz) grams of squid cut into rings
  • 250 (9 oz) grams of prawns
  • 600 grams (21 oz) of boiled cassava and cut into chunks
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 tablespoon minced garlic
  •   2 cooked and shelled corn
  •   Oil
  • 50 grams of potato starch
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Creole sauce: 2 onions cut into julienne, 1 chopped tomato into cubes, chopped 1 sprig of cilantro.


Clean seafood with plenty of water and then cook them like fish with salt, garlic powder and pepper. Pass them in flour mixed with potato starch, and then in a frying pan with hot oil for about 2 minutes, until golden. In the same pan fry the pieces of boiled cassava.

To serve, place the cubes of fish and seafood on top yuccas and place the Creole sauce and corn kernels.It is common besides jelly is accompanied with creole sauce tartar sauce or mayonnaise. It can also accompany with mountain court, banana chips and weed.

Creole sauce: Mix everything and season with a teaspoon of minced garlic, a pinch of pepper, the juice of 4 lemons, one teaspoon salt, ½ teaspoon of Ajinomoto (sodium glutamate mono) and a teaspoon of oil.


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