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  • n. A Filipino ceviche dish consisting of cubed raw fish marinated in vinegar or calamondin juice along with vegetables and spices.


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  • Yes, we tried a few raw -- very fine -- and then a few cured in the kinilaw style invented by Filipino fishermen: doused in vinegar for five seconds before eating -- remarkable.

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  • Gie: Laughter is the best medicine, but this is the same reason why in most ... gailsky: excited na ako sa Bolinao pics mo ella! been there a couple of weeks ... ariel: Dyan sa Dagupan ako unang nakatikim ng kinilaw na bangus.

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  • Be nice if somebody, eh hmmm, posted a pic of "kinilaw na bariles" on their blog.

    Simple America

  • Just enough vinegar, a dash of salt, and the ever-present "sili" would give you this "to-crave-for" kinilaw.


  • Aside from the lechon we also had the most sublime kinilaw

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  • So, Filipino kinilaw could be Arabic-influenced (they traded with us for centuries before Spain came to our shores) or it could be something common to Southeast Asia and the Pacific - there's a version in Samoa too.

    The Pilgrim's Pots and Pans

  • From it 'ceviche' is also derived and is equivalent to the Filipino kinilaw.

    The Pilgrim's Pots and Pans

  • 'tuba' or Ginebra and munching on their favorite 'sumsuman' - 'kinilaw nga isda' or 'kinilaw nga ko-ol.'

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