When we say Filipino adobo, there are literally thousands of versions all over the country. We all have our own take on how to make this delicious and all-time favorite recipe. And here’s my own version of spicy pork adobo.
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The fact that adobo has thousands of versions, it shows how we Filipinos love adobo. What about let’s make something new and delicious out of your favorite dish? This Chicken Adobo Flakes recipe will give adobo a different texture that will definitely surprise your family. Here’s how to cook Chicken Adobo Flakes: Ingredients: 5 pcs Chicken Legs 1/2 cup Soy
There are so many adobo versions, and this adobong pusit (squid adobo) is one of them. And squid is one of the most popular and well-loved sea foods that many of us will never say no to. Adobong pusit is very easy to prepare. To make it even more delicious, make sure to use the squid ink. Here’s how to
Bring your adobong sitaw to the next level by adding pineapples in it. This Adobong Sitaw with Pineapple is what you want if you want something “soury” and sweet at the same time. The combination of pork, vinegar and pineapple will make you drool. Kids will even love this dish for sure. Here’s how to cook Adobong Sitaw with Pineapple:
Adobo is probably considered as one of the staple dishes in the country. It also has thousands of versions all over the Philippines. Different places make their own style and version depending on what ingredients are highly available in the area. This chicken pork adobo in coconut milk is one of the versions that you’d truly love. Here’s how to