ADOBO RECIPE

From Our Readers: Tips on How to Perfect Your Pinoy Adobo

We turn to our readers for advice on how to tweak a Filipino classic.

Know the Different Kinds of Adobo in the Philippines

There is great variety in the way adobo is prepared in different regions across the country.

Fried Lumpia Adobo

Make sure nothing goes to waste in your kitchen! Take leftover adobo, match it with vegetables in your pantry, and roll up the goodness into crispy lumpia.

Chicken Adobo

This family favorite is easy to master!

Rosemary and Balsamic Adobo Recipe

Adobo, a dish that is proudly Filipino, is given a fun and unique twist in this recipe.

Rosemary and Balsamic Adobo Recipe

Adobo, a dish that is proudly Filipino, is given a fun and unique twist in this recipe.

Adobo sa Puti Recipe

Turn leftovers into a delicious sandwich for the following day.

Spanish Adobo Recipe

The vinegar and the paprika reign supreme in this different take on the adobo we all know and love.

Adobo Burrito Recipe

Makeover your leftover adobo and turn them into picnic or baon-ready dishes.

Spicy Inadobong Peanuts

This all-time bestselling Pinoy snack is best eaten as pulutan and with friends.

Rosemary and Balsamic Adobo Recipe

Adobo, a dish that is proudly Filipino, is given a fun and unique twist in this recipe.

Adobong Pusit Recipe (Squid Adobo)

This Filipino squid dish uses the adobo method (cooking meat in a soy sauce-and-vinegar mixture).

Beef Ribs Adobo sa Gata Recipe

Add coconut cream to tender, fall-off-the-bone beef ribs adobo to make it richer and creamier.

Adobong Malunggay at Tahong

The malunggay and iodine-rich mussels combo make this a nourishing meal.

Inigang Adobong Manok at Baboy Recipe

This adobo is less saucy compared to the traditional recipe.

Pork Adobo Patacones Recipe

Make a local version of patacones by using saba and topping it with crispy adobo flakes.
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