Adobo

joeyjoan K

By
@chachi

This is a Philippine dish made using pork and chicken, It takes 3 hrs or more to prepare but is worth the time. There is very little work invovled. When it is done you have A delicious tender and moist meat dish, with limitless possiblities
I Made this dish on thursday served it with a wild rice mix and green beans. The next night it was even better, I made sandwich's with provalone cheese, fresh spinach and tomatoe, oh and sauted onions. It was so good, the meat was tender juicy and tasty. I will be repeating this recipe a lot. Pictured is the sandwich. The Adobo is pale and bland in color so it didn't picture well.

Rating:
★★★★★ 2 votes
Comments:
Prep:
1 Hr 20 Min
Cook:
3 Hr

Ingredients

1 3or4 lb
chicken cut up for frying
1 lb
pork both lean and fat cut into strips
1 tsp
crushed pepercorns
5 clove
crushed garlic
1/2 c
cider vinegar
2 tsp
salt
1
bay leaf
2 c
water

Step-By-Step

1mix all the ingredients together , add chicken cover.
2Allow to marinate for 1 hr.
3Put into a cassarole or heavey pot with tightly fitting cover.
4Place on very low flame and simmer very slowly for 2 hrs.
5Shake pot from time to time to toss the pieces around.Keep pot covered and flame as low as possible.
6When done the dish must be almost dry and all ingredients will be very tender.
7Heres a tip my stove has a simmer setting on one burner and it is a very low flame. On that flame it was closer to 3 & 1/2 hrs to cook.
8Serve with boiled rice, coslaw wiht bits of pinapple and a coconut dessert.
9There's Adobo a plenty for 6 to 8

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Chicken
Other Tag: Quick & Easy