Wednesday, July 9, 2008



This is kinilaw. Kinilaw=Raw fish (usually tuna), vinegar, onions, ginger, hot pepper etc. There are different styles to prepare this food. Some are mixed with either milk, mayonnaise.

Some are sweet, others are a mixture of sweet and sour and hot goodness. One of my family's favorite restaurant for ordering kinilaw is Aling Cora's. Mmmm!

4 comments:

Eki Qushay Akhwan said...

That really looks yummy ... I love sea foods. Do you have a recipe for this? Would love to try ...!

Hilda said...

I am so not Filipino in a lot of my tastes. I've never really liked kinilaw, but it's because I'm not crazy about vinegar. Give me sashimi and wasabi anytime. ;)

Layrayski said...

Hi eki qushay akhwan, I haven't really made a kinilaw myself so I can't give you a personal recipe. I love how my father makes kinilaw so I'm more than happy to let him make one hehe so I surfed the web to give you an idea of how to make kinilaw.

http://www.pinoycook.net/kinilaw-kilawin-na-tuna/

What the above link lack is the suha--a kind of aromatic lime. makes the kinilaw extra yummy. I like my fish sliced thinner. You can also do that.

Hi hilda! What I like best about the kinilaw is the sauce. I also like to put it on my rice or the pork chop or grilled pork. YUMMY! I haven't tasted sashimi and wasabi (yeah poor me) so I can't say anything about that.

mirage2g said...

Oh I miss this!

Suha really? That's new! If I get the chance to cook this try ko, thanks!

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