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Famous And Easy Chicken Adobo Your Family Will Love! Yum!
Food & Drink
ADOBO is the all-Filipino dish that foreigners fall in love with. Simple and easy to cook, ADOBO is always a star in every dinner table. Even Chef Gordon made excellent comments when he tried Adobo in the Philippines! Swipe for the ingredients and steps!
1 kl. assorted chicken parts, cut into cube-sized pieces (wings are the tastiest)
Regular sized ginger,julienned
One big red onion,peeled and sliced
One garlic, peeled and diced
2 tb. oil
Pepper, sugar, oyster sauce and salt to taste
4 dried laurel leaves
Saute onions, garlic and ginger in the oil. When slightly browned, put in the chicken parts and saute until brown.
Put in soy sauce and vinegar. Ratio is 4 tb. soy sauce to 2 tb. vinegar. Make sure that the mixture will half-soak the chicken parts.
Add pepper, 3 tb. of sugar (add more if you want; the sugar is to neutralize the salty-sour taste),1 tb. oyster sauce and pinch of salt
Add the laurel leaves.
Stir well, cover and simmer until the chicken is tender. Reduce the sauce until it is thick, like a glaze, but not too reduced or you may just have the glaze and not the juices.
Serve hot with plain rice. This also makes an excellent side dish for beer!
*To add a kick to your Adobo, add 2 chili peppers, diced, along with the laurel leaves.
*Also, Adobo does not spoil fast. You can leave it in your table for a day and it will taste exactly as before, or keep it in the fridge and reheat after.
*If you know a Filipino, you can ask them for tips on how to cook adobo. No Filipino does not know how to do this recipe!
ENJOY the world's most well-known Filipino dish!
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