CHICKEN ADOBO

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! ...

Chicken Adobo Recipe

This adobo recipe is as simple as it gets!
This family favorite is easy to master! This recipe is basic, simple, and easy. If you're a newbie cook, this is the easy adobo recipe you'll want to learn and eventually master. Five basic ingredients are all you need to make this: chicken, soy sauce vinegar, ...

Adobo sa Buko

Coconut water and meat are added to adobo for a deliciously sweet, mellow flavor.
"In Southern Luzon, coconuts are abundant and thus are present in many of the locality's dishes," says Chef Giney Villar. Coconut water and meat are added to adobo for a deliciously sweet, mellow flavor. Chef Giney even kicks it up a notch ...

Chicken Adobo Congee

This congee-with-a-Filipino-twist will fill you up and get you through the busiest of days.
Looking for a hefty breakfast treat? This congee-with-a-Filipino-twist will fill you up and get you through the busiest of days. ...

Yellow Chicken Adobo (Adobo sa Dilaw) Recipe

This yellow chicken adobo recipe has a dash of healthy turmeric in it.
Turmeric is what makes this classic Filipino chicken adobo dish yellow.  ...

Adobong Manok at Baboy

This dish is a favorite of Mira Angeles's family, as prepared by their beloved nanny, "Lola Waps."
This adobo recipe is a classic one! This dish is a favorite of contributor Mira Angeles’s family, as prepared by their beloved nanny, Flor “Lola Waps” Tagulalap. Mira and Lola Waps are featured in the story “Muses of cookery” in the May ...

Adobo sa Atsuete (Red Adobo) Recipe

How do you make classic adobo better? By adding more garlic, of course!
This chicken and pork adobo is loaded with garlic. Frying the meat in atsuete oil not only gives it a nice orange hue, it imparts a subtle earthy flavor, too. ...

Adobo Chicken Wings Recipe

Flavor chicken wings with a classic Filipino adobo sauce!
This chicken wings recipe is chicken adobo with a twist. Who wouldn't love munching on tasty adobo chicken wings? Let these adobo chicken wings get crunchy over a hot grill or, alternatively, toss fried chicken wings in a saucepan with adobo sauce.  ...

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 ...

Chicken and Pork Adobo Recipe

This is a classic adobo recipe that you need to master.
This Pinoy adobo dish is a classic: chicken and pork is simmered in a soy sauce-vinegar mixture resulting in a medley of savory flavors. ...

Chicken Adobo with Baked Kamote Recipe

Change things up by pairing adobo with healthy spinach and baked sweet potatoes.
Change things up by pairing chicken adobo with healthy spinach and baked sweet potatoes. Used the orange kamote variety for soft, buttery sweet potatoes.  ...

Chicken Adobo Fajita Recipe

Use leftovers!
The great thing about adobo is that it lasts for a long time. You can turn leftover adobo into almost anything. How about Mexican-inspired fajitas for a change? ...

WATCH: How to Make Adobo sa Atsuete

This adobo version is peppery, garlicky, and has an earthy flavor from the atsuete!
This adobo version is peppery, garlicky, and has an earthy flavor from the atsuete! Frying the meat in atsuete oil not only gives it a nice orange hue, it also gives the meat an extra layer of flavor. Adobo sa AtsuetePrep time 5 minutesCooking time2 hours ...

This Is The Best Reason To Have Leftover Adobo

This is one leftover dish you will love.
Leftovers have a bad rap, but you should change your mind. It’s one of the best reasons to get creative in the kitchen. Since the dish is already cooked and flavorful, using leftovers cut cooking time for dishes that may typically take ...

WATCH: How to Make Adobong Dilaw (Yellow Chicken Adobo)

Turmeric gives this adobo dish its color and earthy flavors.
 This adobo version does not use soy sauce. Instead, turmeric (luyang dilaw) and coconut milk (gata) are added to this Filipino classic. It's earthy, salty, and savory—all the good things in an adobo dish! Adobo sa Dilaw Recipe Prep time 10 minutesCooking time 45 minutesServes ...

All The Different Ways You Can Make Chicken Adobo

There's a lot you can do with this classic chicken dish.
They say that the best adobo is your mom’s and we agree. No one knows a family’s collective tastebuds like mom’s home cooking. Still, you or your mom, might make your current favorite adobo recipe even better once you check out the ...

Adobong Manok Sa Gata At Piña Recipe

Mas pinasarap itong adobong manok recipe na 'to!
Sawa ka na ba sa adobong manok? Ang adobo recipe na ito ay may gata at pinya, at parang pinagsamang adobong manok sa gata recipe at pininyahang manok recipe. Isama ang patatas sa pagluto para maging mas nakakabusog ang ulam!  ...

WATCH: This Is How You Make A Classic Chicken Adobo

Do you know how to make a basic chicken adobo recipe?
This basic chicken adobo recipe is as basic as it comes! With the simplicity of your usual adobo, this recipe strives to add a complexity of flavor with a few tweaks that make this basic adobo taste anything but basic. The flavors are what you expect ...

WATCH: How To Make Adobong Manok Sa Gata At Piña

Make your chicken adobo better, tastier with this recipe.
We all have our idea of what the perfect adobo should be. There are those who stand by their love for the classic adobo that combines the delicious flavors of soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, and black peppercorns with pork and chicken chunks. ...
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