ADOBO RECIPES

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.
Most everyone knows how to make Adobo. The joy of the dish lies in its simplicity; in how just vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, pepper, and protein come together into one bold, harmonious stew. Sometimes, though, we need a little something extra. This ...

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.
Pork or chicken (or both), boiled slowly into a sauce of vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, black peppercorns, and bay leaves—then served over a cup of hot steaming rice? For us Filipinos, this is nothing less than sweet, sweet music to our ears! ...

Rosemary and Balsamic Adobo Recipe

Adobo, a dish that is proudly Filipino, is given a fun and unique twist in this recipe.
Adobo, a dish that is proudly Filipino, is given a fun and unique twist in this recipe that incorporates the earthy flavors and fragrance of rosemary, as well as the sharpness of balsamic vinegar.  ...

Garlic Pasta with Adobo Flakes and Poached Eggs

Choose poaching as a cooking method when preparing delicate ingredients like eggs and fish.
This adobo recipe pairs adobo flakes with poached eggs. Choose poaching as a cooking method when preparing delicate ingredients like eggs and fish. ...

Adobo Rice

Make use of leftover adobo - just flake and toast them and you've got your favorite dish in rice form.
Make use of leftover adobo—just flake and toast them and you've got your favorite dish in rice form. Other options: Use beef asado or pork humba. ...

Peppery Spicy Beef Adobo

Chef Gene Gonzalez ingeniously employs three types of peppercorns in this dish to excite the taste buds.
Chef Gene Gonzalez ingeniously employs three types of peppercorns in this dish to excite the taste buds. ...

Fried Pork Adobo Recipe

With only four main ingredients. this quick fix can be ready in only a few minutes!
Bursting with flavor, this is Pinoy comfort food at its finest. Serve with piping hot rice and you’re set to conquer the rest of the workweek! ...

Stuffed Squid Adobo Recipe

The Filipino favorite, adobong pusit, is even better when stuffed with tasty meat!
Adobong pusit gets an upgrade with the addition of a tasty meat filling. Experiment with flavors by using crabmeat or shrimp instead of pork. ...

The Ultimate Guide to Pinoy Adobo

Use these tips to make your best adobo yet!
Filipinos can’t seem to get enough of adobo (neither can Nigella), and for good reason! Salty, sour, and sweet flavors meld together into a hearty stew that is easily a favorite dish in every household. We’ve gathered our best and most useful ...

All the Adobo Recipes You Absolutely Need to Bookmark

Who doesn’t love classic Pinoy adobo flavors?
Adobo is a cooking technique that involves cooking meat, seafood, or vegetables in a sauce made up of vinegar, soy sauce, black pepper corns, and bay leaves. The flavors that you get are deeply savory and tangy—and you can use this sauce ...

Here's How You Can Transform One Big Pot of Adobo Into 6 Different Meals

This Pinoy dish has even more up its sleeve.
Adobo is always a crowd favorite. Thanks to its high acid content, at room temperature, adobo can last two to three days. Refrigerate it and you get indefinite shelf life. Plus, adobo does get better with time. So why not make an ...

Pork Ribs Adobo Recipe

It has a flavorful glaze!
You can satisfy all kinds of adobo cravings with this adobo recipe! Those who like their adobo dry will love that this has been fried to give it more flavor. Those who like adobo on the saucy side will like that the leftover sauce ...

Adobong Talong Recipe

Eggplant shines in this easy adobo recipe.
Adobo is so versatile, you can use the delicious soy-vinegar combo for just about anything. Use it for this simple eggplant adobo that lets the marinade get soaked into the eggplant, letting the soft and tender vegetable get incredibly flavorful.   ...

Filipinos Were Eating Adobo Before the Spaniards Came, Says Spanish Culinary Scientist

The Philippines may have influenced the Spanish adobo, and not the other way around.
“Filipinos had adobo before Spaniards came to your country, and I have proof,” said Borja Sanchez, a Spanish chef and culinary scientist.Sanchez revealed his findings at a lecture titled “Adobos, Vinegars, and Other Cultural Connections between the Philippines and Spain” at the ...
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