WATCH: This Adobo Recipe Is Super Flavorful

What you get is super flavorful pork adobo chunks.

There are some people who love saucy dishes. You don't have to be one of them. In fact, one of the most flavorful recipes for the pork adobo is actually a recipe that has little to no sauce at all. 

It's known as the adobong baboy na tuyo or dry adobo

How do you make this adobo different?  

Don't worry. It will still taste the same as your favorite adobo recipe. In fact, it will be more flavorful, the flavors more enhanced by the dryness of the dish, but with just enough sauce to make it not too dry that it becomes tough. What makes this dry version different from other adobo is really just the amount of liquid and sauce that is left behind after the cooking is finished. 

This pork adobo recipe is tenderized, simmered, fried, and then tossed in the leftover adobo sauce.
Photo by Bianca Laxamana
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What's great about this is that if you simmer your sauce too much that there is very little left over to coat the pork pieces, you can just add some water to rehydrate the sauce back to the right consistency and amount. Then just a little toss later, and you're off to a great meal when you serve it.  

Here's the recipe: 

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Jul 24, 2015

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