Saturday, September 12, 2009

Kinilaw

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This is a kinilaw. Kinilaw or Ceviche is a dish made of seafood that is cooked without fire, using only lime, vinegar. There are many varieties of kinilaw here in the Philippines. This particular kinilaw was made using fresh tuna fish, ginger, cucumber, onion, vinegar, sugar, chilli and japanese mayo. Yeah. Mayonnaise-- and it was heavenly. As heavenly as a raw fish could be hehehe.

Kinilaw is usually best eaten at the beach but any place will do.

Food prepared by my friend Joanne. If you want a recipe for kinilaw (not this one exactly) you can follow this link.

8 comments:

Kayni said...

yum...i love ceviche.

Vogon Poet said...

A bit too late, it's midnight here, maybe tomorrow...

Hilda said...

Japanese kinilaw? :D
Sounds absolutely yummy to me!

hadv said...

Mayo??!! I've to try that one, but I think I'll still stick to our version, with coconut milk.

nino said...

my mouth waters. your photo really makes the kinilaw yummy!

the donG said...

it was only when we transferred here in manila when i started loving vegetable salad.

arabesque said...

must try that one! ^-^

Cristóbal said...

Our ceviche is different since it is only done with lemon, cilantro, onions, peppers, some black pepper, and salt. It looks delicious.

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