This Dish Combines Pork Adobo + Adobong Pusit In One Meal

This calls for extra rice.

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What happens when you combine two popular adobo recipes in one dish? You get The Pork Project's Adobo Duo which is a combination of pork adobo and adobong pusit.

Chef Redd Agustin's The Pork Project is a food business that offers artisan and classic Filipino dishes on a daily basis-think of it as a fancy canteen with no fixed menu. If you're lucky and they're serving their special Adobo Duo, you get a tub of squid rings and chunks of pork cooked in delicious adobo sauce, squid ink, gata, and then topped with green chili. 

Just like how any household would serve pork adobo or adobong pusit, The Pork Project's Adobo Duo is also best paired with a lot of white rice to soak up all the delicious sauce. This is the ultimate adobo dish for adobo fans!

Ready to try the Adobo Duo? The Pork Project's Adobo Duo costs P950 per container. You can check The Pork Project's Facebook or Instagram for their schedule.



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