6 Ways to Cook Adobo

Get adventurous with these adobo recipes!

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It’s one of the first Pinoy dishes any homemaker aspires to learn and it’s easily one of the less fussy recipes around: throw in some pork or chicken, vinegar, bayleaf, and peppercorn and you leave everything to boil until the meat is tender.

But there are other ways to cook this well-loved dish. Here's how you can be adventurous with your adobo:

1 Adobo Rice


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Flake leftover adobo and toast, then top with thinly-sliced green mangoes. Yum!

2 White Adobo


White vinegar gives this version a mild tang.

Adobo Pasta

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Leftover adobo gives this pasta dish its savory flavors. Don’t forget to top with parmesan cheese!

4 Adobo de Campesino


Cook adobo with achuete oil? Yes, you can. Try this recipe today.

5 Adobo sa Buko


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You can also add coconut water for a deliciously sweet, mellow flavor.

6 Pork Adobo Flakes with Kesong Puti Sandwich



Turn adobo flakes into a sumptuous sandwich filling. Kesong puti slices add a nice subtle salty touch.


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