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Adobong Baboy

Ask someone who isn’t Filipino to name a Filipino dish they enjoy, and Adobo will be in the top three. Maybe because we make it all the time–it is pretty easy to make–or maybe because it’s delicious. Regardless, Adobo gets the attention that it deserves, and…

Cooking Adobong Spare Ribs

Cooking Adobong Spare Ribs With Chicken Like A Pro

As we all know, adobo is one of the easiest and most popular dish in the Philippines. Adobo do have a lot of varieties and cooked in many ways. The most basic adobo is cooked with just soy sauce and vinegar as ingredients and some are just…

Beef Pochero

If you like red meat and vegetables, then you will love Beef Pochero (Beef and Sausage Stew.) But make sure you have time, because the beef takes a long time to stew, a good hour to 90 minutes. I say start the beef and vegetables, and…

Adobong Manok sa Gata

Adobo is a term to define food items in the Philippines where meat or vegetables are stewed in a mixture of vinegar, soy sauce, spices and lots of garlic. Several dishes are cooked in this manner like the Pork Adobo, Chicken Adobo, Adobong Sitaw and Adobong Kangkong  to name some. Most…

Adobong Manok (Chicken Adobo)

Hmmm… ang bango naman n’yan, nakagugutom!   Alam na alam ko kapag adobong manok ang ulam ng kapitbahay namin noon sa Jolo dahil sa amoy pa lang nito tiyak gugutumin ka talaga. Nagluluto din ako noon ng adobo pero hindi ko tlaga mahuli ang amoy na…

Adobo Rice

The much beloved quintessential Filipino dish, adobo, is again given a rehash here. There could probably be a thousand and one ways to do it but I choose to do it the way I like to eat it. I like it on top of rice, of course,…

Adobong Sitaw

Adobong sitaw is the vegetable variation of the famous Filipino dish Adobo, but instead of just using big chunks of pork and chicken, we use long beans or some call it string beans cooked with some pork pieces.  It is another popular dish in the Philippines, and…

Adobong Bisaya aka “sinangkutsang adobo”

My husband is an adobo fan–and I mean FAN. He absolutely loves the adobo I learned from my Batanguena mother who uses soy sauce: fall-off the bone tender, lots of garlic with whole pepper corns and bay leaves. Sauce reduced until thick, with a coating of…

Adobong Baboy sa Asin

  Thank you for reading and I’m glad that I got you interested. I actually don’t know how to call this dish as I was afraid that the word “adobo” had become hackneyed and trite specially among Filipinos and that there seem to be no new adobo recipe that could catch anyone…