Thursday, December 15, 2011

Kinilaw na Dilis


My cousin Mark's specialty--kinilaw na dilis (anchovies salad).  The raw, deboned anchovies were marinated in coconut vinegar for a few minutes then lightly squeezed to take excess vinegar.  Then the fillet was tossed in coconut milk, onions, ginger, kamias, tomatoes, black beans and crushed peanuts.  Spicy chili is optional.  This was a scrumptious appetizer over bottles of beer and kwentong barbero with my cousins.


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12 comments:

aliz said...

yummy!this is my favorite to eat.

Queen of Wishful Shrinking said...

Luna, I miss kinilaw so much my mouth waters when I'm reading your post! The picture didn't help either, lol. Drooling, drooling, and dreaming of kinilaw :D

Dhemz said...

wow, maganda din yung tiknik! this one looks delicious!

KM said...

dang! the caption made me droooool :D feels like i'm reading it from a fancy restaurant menu ^^ *slurp*

thanks for the FTF visit :)

oggi said...

Kinilaw is one of my favorites but never had it with anchovy filets. It looks absolutely dilis-cious!

tatess said...

never tried kinilaw in coconut milk.it is good with to have this on occassions with lots of other food .pampatanggal ng umay or suya.

Kim, USA said...

OMG at tumulo laway ko ^_^

Blueberry Muffin

♥FoodTripFriday♥ said...

This is one of my dad's specialty, too bad I don't eat it. :(

Tetcha said...

I haven't tried eating kinilaw. Your cousin's kinilaw na dilis sure looks appetizing! Thanks for the visit!

maiylah said...

wow...with peanuts? what an interesting combination...gusto ko tikman!

thanks much for sharing over at Food Friday, LM

Jay-agent112778 said...

me too love kinilaw...but i admit, its my first time to see black beans and peanuts sa kinilaw

heres my share for the weekend

PS:
sorry for the late visit, i need to be onto something since saturday (dec 17)
collectively im visiting thru Food Friday; Food Trip Friday and Yummy Sunday

thank you for visiting and/or commentimng on my entry

wifetoalineman02 said...

yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm looks very delish :-) This is the best food that I missed eating in the Philippines so bad :-( Visiting late for FTF, hope that you can return the favor too.

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