:Food Friday - Kinilaw na Bangus

>> Friday, February 5, 2010



I'd like to share what we had last January 1 when we had our swimming in Pansol, Calamba, Laguna. The ministers contributed for two dishes for their lunch together and this is one of the two recipes. My Mom don't do this almost raw food in our house but I really like it so I watched while one of my co-sisters in the church do this Kilawing Bangus (Raw Milkfish cooked in vinegar for my English readers).

To have this (1) you need milkfish fillet cut into cubes and soaked in vinegar to cook the meat no need to put fire just set aside. Then (2) mix small cuts of ginger, tomatoes, onions, garlic, pinch of sat, dash of pepper, small chili pepper (optional) and MSG (optional). After the milkfish turned pale from soaking in vinegar it's considered as cooked already and you can mix it with the spices' mixture done in step 2. Pour vinegar to the final mixture, taste it for additional salt or vinegar then it's all ready for picnic lol!

Have done it myself in our home and will post my own version of this with salted eggs!

5 comments:

Tita Beng February 5, 2010 at 7:53 PM  

Hmmn.. sarap nyan! I guess your version of it w/ salted egg is tastier!

maiylah February 6, 2010 at 1:17 AM  

would love to try that! milkfish has lots of bones, though ... did you have yours deboned before 'cooking' it?

thanks for sharing the recipe and for playing this week, Race
will be waiting for your version of this kinilaw. :))
enjoy the weekend!

Dj Mariñas February 6, 2010 at 8:54 PM  

uy, kilawin with salted egg? masubukan nga minsan. hubby loves kinilaw na pusit :-)

Dj Mariñas February 6, 2010 at 9:10 PM  

uy, kilawin with salted egg? masubukan nga minsan. hubby likes kilawing pusit :-)

luna miranda February 8, 2010 at 11:23 AM  

my brother makes a mean kinilaw na bangus. he adds coconut milk...and sometimes, he adds mayo. parehong yummy!

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