Tiradito is similar to Ceviche de Pescado (fish ceviche), but there are two primary differences: The fish is cut into strips, not diced, and some type of sauce is poured on the fish. It is sometimes garnished with seaweed.

Traditionally you will see this dish served with either ají amarillo or rocoto, but sometimes both (as pictured below). Like ceviche, it is served with corn, sweet potatoes, and cancha.

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