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Shrimp Kinilaw or Kinilaw na Hipon is a Filipino delicacy usually served as appetizer or pulutan and can also be eaten as a main dish. This Shrimp Kinilaw recipe is the Filipino version of cebiche.
Kinilaw na Isda is a Filipino delicacy usually served as an appetizer or pulutan or as a main dish. Fish Kinilaw is the Filipino version of fish cebiche or ceviche. This Kinilaw recipe is a little similar to Hawaiian Poke. Kinilaw is made of raw cubed fish in a vinegar-based dressing.
Nilasing na Hipon or Drunken Shrimp is a crispy deep fried shrimp marinated in liquor.
Tuna Sisig is the fish version of pork sisig served in a sizzling plate. It is made from fresh chopped tuna, garlic, onion, bell pepper, homemade soy sauce ketchup sauce and mayonnaise.
Pandan Chicken is one of those party food that is easy to make and very tasty. Makes a great appetizer or finger food. It is made of marinated chicken wrapped in pandan leaves and deep fried.
Ensaladang Talong is a Filipino vegetable salad made with grilled eggplant, tomato and onions. It is a simple eggplant Filipino salad great as a side dish for grilled or fried fish or meat dishes. This Ensaladang Talong is simple to make and very refreshing.
Camaron Rebosado is a deep-fried battered shrimp also known as the Filipino version of shrimp tempura. Camaron Rebosado is commonly served with sweet chili sauce or banana ketchup.
Salt and Pepper Shrimp restaurant-style recipe is so easy to make with just few ingredients. This simple and delicious Salt and Pepper Shrimp is a quick, less than 20 minutes recipe. An amazing Asian inspired shrimp recipe for you to make at home.
Shrimp Kinilaw or Kinilaw na Hipon is popular Filipino appetizer also known as "Pulutan". Kinilaw is a method of food preparation which involves cooking in vinegar. Kinilaw na Hipon is the Filipino version of shrimp ceviche, that uses vinegar and kalamansi juice.
Tokwa't Baboy is a Filipino side dish or as an appetizer usually served as "pulutan". It consist of boiled pork and fried tofu, in a mixture of soy sauce, vinegar, hot chili peppers and onions.