Here's What You Should Know About Adobo

Here are quick, interesting facts about a Filipino favorite.

 

Undoubtedly a local favorite, adobo can refer either to the traditional pork or chicken stew itself or the cooking process of protein, seafood, or vegetables being cooked or marinated in a sauce of vinegar, soy sauce, black peppercorns, and bay leaves.

 

Like most Filipino dishes, adobo is prepared in a number of ways in different regions. Here are some variations and tips to cooking the best adobo at home:

 

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Use these tips to make your best adobo yet!

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This dish is almost always on everyone's "favorite" list. But how do you make perfect adobo all the time?

 

See more adobo recipes here: 

 

Adobong dilaw has a touch of good-for-you turmeric.

This adobong pula recipe used atsuete oil for natural flavor and a red-tinged hue.

Turn leftover adobo into a tasty silog meal!

How do you make classic adobo better? By adding more garlic, of course!

 

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