Unique Takes on the Classic Adobo Recipe
HOW-TOS / Aug 22, 2017
Each household has its own take on adobo—some enjoy it the traditional way with chicken and pork, some prefer to enjoy the leftovers as adobo flakes. Here are three less common ways of preparing adobo, for those times when you need a change.
Can’t decide between Sinigang and Adobo? You can bring the best of both worlds to your family with this dish, which combines the sourness of tamarind with the umami taste of soy sauce, for an enjoyable meal! CLICK HERE for the full recipe.
We’re usually more familiar with adobo prepared with soy sauce and bay leaves, but this version removes those two ingredients to create a whole new experience, highlighting the vinegar garlic and peppercorns. CLICK HERE for the full recipe.
Turmeric, which adds the yellow color to this adobo dish, has gained popularity lately thanks to its health benefits, so think of this adobo version as a way to add a nutritious boost to your family’s meal! CLICK HERE for the full recipe.