PORK ADOBO

5 Pinoy Pork Dishes That Every Kitchen Newbie Can Cook

These dishes aren’t really difficult to whip up.
.When you think of Pinoy meals, there are staples that always appear in every family get-together, a matriarch’s recipe book, or the Noche Buena spread. Pork dishes are one of them. Coupled with bowls of steaming hot rice, pork dishes are also reliable ...

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! ...

Braised Five-Spice Pork Liempo Recipe

Spice up your usual adobo with this Chinese-inspired twist!
Spice up your usual adobo with this Chinese-inspired twist! ...

Spanish Adobo Recipe

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

Pork Adobo Patacones Recipe

Make a local version of patacones by using saba and topping it with crispy adobo flakes.
A staple in Latin American countries, patacones are twice-fried plantains served as chips with dip or topped with meat, vegetables, and cheese. Make a local version by using saba bananasand topping it with crispy adobo flakes. ...

WATCH: How to Make Adobong Okra

Adobo flavors in your veggie dish!
Okra pairs well with pork adobo for a quick and light side dish. ...

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! ...

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 Kamatis Recipe

This adobo recipe is a must-try: it has tomatoes, banana blossoms, and pasta!
Adobo is a well-loved Filipino dish and there are many variations found in each household and different provinces. But have you tried cooking adobo with tomatoes? Aside from the banana blossom pasta, this pairs well with garlic rice, too. ...

Pork Adobo Flakes Recipe

Pork adobo leftovers can be turned into crunchy adobo flakes!
Filipino pork adobo is a staple in many Pinoy homes. This pork adobo flakes recipe is made from leftovers: use your hands or a fork to shred the meat, then fry it until crunchy. It is delicious with lots of rice, fried garlic, ...

Adobo Pulled Pork Recipe

You can make this Filipino adobo pulled pork recipe in a slow cooker.
Filipino adobo is a versatile dish that goes well with both rice and bread. This adobo pulled pork recipe can be made in a slow cooker. Cook this pork recipe low and slow until the meat is tender! ...

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. ...

Chili-Garlic Adobo Recipe

This pork adobo recipe is saucy and spicy!
This pork adobo recipe is saucy and spicy! Like it dry? Remove pork pieces in Step 3 after simmering and drain sauce from pot, reserving just enough oil to fry the pork. Serve sauce on the side if desired. ...

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. ...

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 ...

WATCH: How To Make Adobong Puti

This adobo is made without the soy sauce.
Adobong puti, or adobo sa puti, is basically your usual adobo but without the soy sauce. Almost everything, from the way it's cooked down to the cut of meat is the same, but without the soy sauce. The vinegar thus becomes the star, creating ...

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 ...

Chinese-Style Pork Adobo Recipe

This Chinese version of the Pinoy adobo is sweet and savory at the same time.
There's no reason to fiddle with the classic adobo recipe, but this Chinese version of the adobo, a sweet-savory combo, can be just as nostalgic as the salty-savory version. Star anise, shiitake mushrooms, and a little sweetness transform the flavor of this dish but in ...

WATCH: This Adobo Recipe Is Super Flavorful

What you get is super flavorful pork adobo chunks.
There are some people who love saucy dishes. You don't have to be one of them. In fact, one of the most flavorful recipes for the pork adobo is actually a recipe that has little to no sauce at all. It's known as the adobong baboy ...
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