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Aguachile is a Mexican variation of ceviche that originated in Sinaloa, Mexico. It most often features shrimp, lime juice, and chiles blended with water (hence its name) and served with thinly sliced cucumber and red onion. Aguachile is usually served immediately after the citrus is added, with no need to let the seafood sit and cure.