Kinilaw na Tinga San Baluko


During my family’s last visit to Sorsogon, I brought a kilo of tinga sin baluko. My uncle, who is a great cook, suggested to try kinilaw na tinga sin baluko. He mentioned that it just takes vinegar, chopped ginger, onions and garlic.

So I decided to try just that.

1. Combine the tinga with the vinegar and mix well. Add some salt.
2. Leave it for 20min (mine I left it in the ref).
3. Mix with chopped onions and ginger and minced garlic.

Finally, I served it with a cool bottle of Cerveza Negra.
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