Filipino pork adobo - How to with pictures!

capcrnch Jan 7, 2008 Food
This is my wife's adobo. It is a Filipino dish that can be made with pork, chicken or beef.
Pork Adobo
(You can substitute chicken or beef for the pork if you wish)...

Start off with a head of garlic

Then take 3 medium size yellow onions

3 pounds of pork loin

3/4 cup of white vinegar

1 tablespoon of fish sauce

1/2 cup of soy sauce

1 bay leaf, tsp freshly ground pepper, 1/2 tsp red pepper flake, pinch of kosher salt

Pour 2 tablespoons of Extra Virgin oilive oil

Dice up the garlic
(we like garlic ALOT, so you might want to lower the amount used)

Sautee garlic for appx 1 minute over medium heat

Cut up the onions
(same as above.. We like onions alot, so you might want to lower the amount used)

Add your onions to the sautee mix and sweat them for appx 5 minutes.

Cube up your pork into bite size pieces

Add the seasonings (Bay leaf, peppers, salt)

Add your pork to the pot and stir it in

Add your vinegar, soy sauce and fish sauce

Cover your pot and let the "mix" simmer on medium/low for appx 1-1.5 hours, stirring occasionally.

Everyone has a rice cooker, right?
If not, just minute rice your way to 2 cups of rice.


Add rice to the cooker..

Add water to specifications.
True Flips can measure the water level with their finger.

Let the rice cooker do its magic.

Still simmering

Done at last!
Please note liquid reduced in pot..

Set up your rice

Serve adobo over rice, get your drink and enjoy!

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C Gubatayao on Aug 26, 2012
 
This is a really great recipe. I use all the time.
arnold on Aug 18, 2011
 
nah!!! sure it will not taste good!!!
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