Kinilaw (Marinated Raw Fish)

Kinilaw is to the FIlipinos as Sashimi is to the Japanese. Fish is cooked in its own marinade, being vinegar the main ingredient and not through heat or fire.

1 med-size white fish

3/4 cup vinegar

1/2 tsp each salt and pepper

1 green bell pepper or hot chili pepper whichever you prefer(finely chopped)

1 tsp. ginger root chopped

1 med size onion sliced


Serves 4-6

Clean fish and slice into thin strips.
Soak in vinegar and salt.

Change soaking solution twice or until fish whitens and looks cooked.

Serve with black pepper, ginger, onion and bell pepper/chili pepper.


Chow!

josie

8 comments:

FaYe said...

i really miss this fil. food. i dont when i can eat it again.

*josie* said...

@ Faye it's easy to prepare nmn kahit anong white fish pwede, pati ingredients are common.

anne said...

my all time fave, hehehe anyway girl I think I already added your 2 blogs to my blog roll, please check :) thanks

admin said...

ive never tried kilawin, masarap ba? im not a fan kasi of raw meat.

hope you can grab the badge and host a party next week!

rj's mama

Blogger's Confession said...

WOW! looks scrumptious! I think kilawin is perfect for pulutan. =) Yum Yum!

*josie* said...

@ rj's mom - yup masarap lalo na pag maanghang.
Blogger's conf. -pampulutan it's the best, though I don't drink. :P

Coffee Machine said...

I know this recipe... And this is really a unique and delicious Filipino food.

MommaWannabe said...

I like this but I cannot eat this at the moment...maybe next year I will try this.

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