Kini Lau (Filippino side dish)

Kini Lau (filippino Side Dish)

No Photo

Have you made this?

 Share your own photo!

Charmaine Castro


This dish is almost like gaspacho or at least I've heard...LOL!!All I do know is that we would serve this dish on New years eve & day or as an appetizer(pupu's) - heard it goes great with beer at least that's what I heard as well.... hahaha(I don't drink)!!Something refreshing & at least you don't gain the calories..hahaha!!


★★★★★ 1 vote

6 - 10
45 Min
9 Hr


  • 1 lb
    raw shrimp or fresh lean ground beef
  • 12
    lemons, fresh, squeezed w/o seeds
  • 5
    red chili peppers, w/o seeds
  • 1
    maui onion or red onion, chopped
  • 1 - 2 tsp
    salt, to your own taste

How to Make Kini Lau (Filippino side dish)


  1. If using shrimp, please de-vein & de-shell. If using fresh lean ground beef - for better quality sirloin works best, if you are able.
  2. Add onions, lemon juice & chili peppers & let soak over night with shrimp or beef which ever you desire in refrigerator. Serve next day as a side dish.
    **NOTE: Chili peppers range on your own taste level, it can be left out completely if you desire. Same goes with salt!**

Printable Recipe Card

About Kini Lau (Filippino side dish)

Course/Dish: Other Side Dishes

Show 2 Comments & Reviews

24 Recipes On A Stick That Are Delish

24 Recipes on a Stick That Are Delish

Kitchen Crew @JustaPinch

How do you make a recipe better? You put it on a stick. Duh.

Say Goodbye To Canned Cranberry Sauce

Say Goodbye to Canned Cranberry Sauce

Kitchen Crew @JustaPinch

6 homemade cranberry sauce recipes that are so simple you'll never grab a can again!

Let's Talk Turkey!

Let's Talk Turkey!

Kitchen Crew

The star of Thanksgiving dinner can be finicky to make and a tad daunting. There's nothing worse than serving guests a dry turkey. Prepare one of these mouthwatering recipes and...