Pilipino Adobo Recipe

This message discusses the popular Filipino dish adobo and explores the reasons for its popularity among Filipinos. Despite being a simple dish, Filipinos have come up with various ways to cook it, showcasing their creativity and versatility in the kitchen. Adobo is a cooking method that originated in the Philippines and involves simmering meat or seafood in a mixture of vinegar, soy sauce, and garlic. The resulting dish is a tangy and savory delight that can be made with different types of protein, such as chicken, pork, fish, and more. Besides being delicious, adobo is also an excellent preservation method, thanks to its ability to last long without spoiling, particularly when well cooked. In conclusion, if you’re interested in sampling a traditional Filipino dish, adobo is an excellent place to start. You’ll be pleased to know that there are various ways to prepare it!

My version of Pork Adobo
  • Pork
  • Garlic
  • Onion
  • Pepper
  • Dried Bay Leaves
  • Soy Sauce
  • Potato(optional)
  • Hard Boiled egg
  • Vinegar
  • Note: If you want a Keto adobo, just replace the soy sauce with coconut aminos. Coconut aminos taste similar to soy sauce, but are slightly sweeter.
    My version of Adobong Manok / Chicken Adobo
  • Chicken
  • Garlic
  • Onion
  • Ginger
  • Pepper
  • Dried bay leaves
  • Soy sauce
  • Hard-boiled Egg (optional)
  • Vinegar
  • Adobo has been a traditional Filipino dish for many years, and it has been cooked in various ways depending on the town and region. In fact, every town has its own style and approach in preparing this iconic dish, whether it’s cooked with chicken, pork, or both. The flavor of adobo remains unique and delicious.

    The Philippines boasts many adobo varieties worth exploring, from the classic adobo made with soy sauce and vinegar to the countless variations that incorporate coconut milk, pineapple, or other exotic ingredients that add a delightful twist to this beloved dish.

    In my next blog post, I’ll explore some of the different adobo varieties that you can try to spice up your meals. If you have a version of adobo that you love and would like to share, feel free to leave a comment. I’d love to hear about it, and who knows, I might just feature your recipe on my blog!