Technically, ceviche is made of seafood—but the basic concept lends itself to many unusual combinations. This unusual antojito is not for the faint of heart. Not only are you eating raw meat, but the ceviche is loaded with onions and very spicy. Feeling macho? Habaneros are the hottest chiles available, and definitely not for those with low tolerance. You can, of course, substitute jalapeño or serrano chiles, but the dish will lose some of its over-the-top appeal.
This looks more like a Mexican beef tartare than a ceviche, since the beef is not in the lime juice long enough for the color to change much. Keep the ceviche very cold, and eat it right away, while the beef is still raw. Knock this back with an ice-cold beer, a good tequila, or both. (It’s also very tasty with a glass of frozen vodka.) Follow with a big cigar.