Adobo sa Dilaw

Apart from imparting a vibrant hue, the turmeric also gives the dish a refreshing hint of ginger.

IMAGE Enrico Gutierrez

Wondering why this adobo is yellow? Giney Villar of Adarna Food and Culture says turmeric (luyang dilaw) is the ingredient that provides the dish its distinct color. Apart from imparting a vibrant hue, the turmeric also gives the dish a refreshing hint of ginger. Instead of chopped garlic, whole bulbs are added and left to braise slowly with the meat. For an extra yummy bite, Chef Giney suggests mashing the slow-cooked garlic into your rice together with some flavorful sauce.

 

Prep Time
10 mins 
Cooking Time
2 hrs 
Ready In
2 hrs 10 mins 
Yield
4 to 6
Cuisine
Filipino
Cooking Method
Boil and Simmer

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