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This simple yet satisfying adobo is perfect for those looking to go meatless.

Adobo recipes are some of the easiest dishes to make. The classic adobo recipe is a meat dish marinated in soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, bay leaves, and black peppercorns. Cooking this marinated meat requires water but only so that the meat can simmer and tenderize while the other ingredients impart its flavor to the meat. 

Fortunately, the adobo sauce is also one of the most versatile sauces you can make! You don't have to use meat for adobo! The soy sauce and vinegar marinade combination is the salty-tangy taste that is addictive as well as nostalgic. You can use this same recipe to use for other meat substitutes like tofu (tokwa) and veggie meat, or hardy vegetables like potatoes that can absorb and fill you up at every meal.  

If you're trying to go the meatless route, this is one perfect adobo recipe for you! This filling eggs and potatoes mix makes this adobo version super satisfying, even without the meat.

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Here's the recipe:

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Why not try our other vegetarian-friendly recipes featuring the adobo sauce, too? 


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