Here Are 7 Easy Ways To Cook Your Adobo
You can confidently say you can have adobo seven different ways, every day.
We all know that everyone has their own way of cooking their adobo recipe.¬†
We don't want¬†to change they way you cook your adobo. What we do know is that sometimes, you want to¬†taste something¬†different but don't know how to tweak your own recipe to make it different.¬†
How do you cook your adobo recipe?¬†
No matter how you cook it, here are seven really easy ways to tweak your favorite adobo recipe just a little bit so that it's not totally the same. This way, you can confidently say you can have adobo seven different ways, every day:¬†
Scoop out the tender meat¬†and pan-fry meat. Serve with the reduced sauce on the side.
2¬†Add some spice.¬†
Stir in 2¬†to 3 tablespoons chili-garlic sauce or even 2 to 3 siling labuyo, chopped, before reducing the liquid into a sauce.
3 Make it¬†an adobong puti.¬†
Swap out the soy sauce for salt, to taste, and up the vinegar to 1 cup.
4¬†Stir in gata.¬†
Swap the vinegar for 1 cup gata (coconut milk). Simmer!¬†
5 Turn it super garlicky.¬†
Add two heads garlic. Mash half into the sauce when tender and soft. Heat it up until fragrant.
6 Mix in some veggies.¬†
Toss sitaw or kangkong leaves in leftover adobo sauce or swap out the amount with the meat for a veggie-centric adobo dish.¬†
7 Shred it into flakes.¬†
Finely flake cooked adobo meat. Pan fry in oil until crispy. Serve with sauce on the side.¬†
There is really nothing to it when it comes to cooking adobo. There are so many ways to make it that there is no right or wrong way to make it. The next time you're craving some adobo, why not try to make it a little different by using one of these simple tweaks to your adobo recipe.¬†this way,¬†you can still enjoy your adobo recipe without¬†totally changing your recipe.¬†¬†