Kinilaw na Isda Poke Bowl with Coconut Rice

Turn Filipino ceviche—or kinilaw—into a rice bowl. It combines raw tanigue with fresh elements, topping it on coconut rice.
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2 servings
Wait Time
20 Mins
Active Time
10 Mins

We know kinilaw is meant to be ceviche. You're supposed to eat it alone to enjoy the purity of the fish mingling with the juices it's made with. So, to some, this kinilaw poke bowl might not make any sense. But we'll bet that for a subset of people who have no problem eating their calamares or salpicao with rice, this appetizer-turned-rice bowl is just the combo they need to enjoy kinilaw.

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