Original recipe yields 6 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
The recipes as stated would be way to vinergary! There is an easier way of calculating the liquid ingredients. 2 parts water to 1 part vinegar and 1 part soy sauce. Also, nix the sugar (not need...
This is the Filipino Adobo, so if you're looking for the Mexican/Latino version - this recipe isn't for you. I love Adobo and my friend's Lola (grandmother in Tagalog) makes the BEST kind! So ...
I will be making this tonight for the first time but to the person who made the above comment "In Filipino cuisine, Adobo refers to a common and very popular cooking process indigenous to the Ph...
I agree with the others here that the recipe will be too sour. I would recommend a 1:1 vinegar to soy sauce ratio - but you must experiment to suit your taste.
This is a good basic recipe for Adobo. I don't know why people are panning it. My aunt (from Capiz, PI) always made it with plenty of vinegar. I use more garlic, and also add plantains.
This was a quick and fantastic recipe that I and my family of three guys enjoyed immensely!!!
This is the simplest adobo recipe I have seen. Found it a tad salty for my liking. Fixed it by adding some chilli flakes.