This is a remake video for Filipino Pork Adobo. This version of cooking pork adobo is very simple and straightforward. You should be able to cook a successful dish after watching this video and following each step. Visit http://panlasangpinoy.com for more recipes.
Pork Adobo is cooked with soysauce and vinegar Filipinos traditional food recipe For this recipe you will need some ingredients: 700g pork Meat (I used liempo or pork belly) 3 potatoes, cut intoc chunks Green onions (optional) 100-150 ml Water from rice (pinaghugasan ng bigas) Or normal water For marinade ingredients: 1/4 cup soysauce 1/4 cup vinegar 1 tbsp brown sugar Ginger 2-3 bay leaves Whole Pfeffer Spice powder A pince of salt.
Filipino Original Adobo Recipe Hello mga kababayan we are back and have finally settled in Sydney, Australia. Today we were able to cook Adobo and I hope you learn to do it yourselves as well. Ingredients: 500g pork 1/2 cup soy sauce 1/4 cup vinegar 6 cloves garlic 1 tbsp pepper corn 5 bay leaves 1 cup water cooking oil Thank you for watching my ADOBO RECIPE, do not forget to LIKE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE for more. Follow Me Instagram http://instagram.com/PagkaingPinoyTV1 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pagkaingpinoytv1 Twitter https://twitter.com/PagkaingPinoyTV TravelFarne https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvWjptbCo9JrQWFCC9HNYNA
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Our friends call this as my "killer adobo" (^_^). Adobo is probably the most famous Filipino dish, It is a savoury dish that uses pork, chicken or a combination of both as the main ingredient. INGREDIENTS: 1 kilo (2.2 pounds) PORK, CHICKEN (or you may use both chicken and pork together) 3 pieces chicken liver 1 1/2 tablespoons finely minced garlic 1/2 to 3/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 knorr chicken cube 1/2 cup vinegar (adjust according to taste) DO NOT STIR THE ADOBO AFTER ADDING VINEGAR, LET IT SIMMER FOR A FEW MINUTES BEFORE STIRRING OR YOUR ADOBO WILL TASTE SOUR) 1/4 cup soy sauce (adjust according to taste) 2 pcs bay leaves OPTIONAL INGREDIENT: hard boiled eggs
Sprite Pork Adobo is a Filipino Pork Adobo version that uses lemon lime soda. You can also use 7Up and other similar soda for this recipe. This results in a delicious Pinoy Pork Adobo that is a bit on the sweet side. It can be enjoyed with a cup of warm white rice. I always cook a huge batch of adobo during the weekend and keep it in the freezer afterwards so that I have something to eat when needed. This can kept in the freezer for a month. Simply thaw and reheat when you feel like having the dish for either lunch or dinner. This works also well for breakfast. You can serve it with fried egg or boiled egg on the side. Adobo is a popular dish in the Philippines. Learn how to cook this dish through this video. Don't forget to visit our blog for the details. Visit https://panlasangpinoy.com for more recipes
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Sprite-Marinated Chicken Adobo Adobo is a classic Filipino dish that has been passed through from generations to generations. Now, I am going to show you how to make Chicken Adobo sweet and savory by using Sprite as a marinate. Ingredients: *For the marinate 250 grams Chicken (Breast, legs, wings etc) 1 clove garlic 250 ml or 1 glass Sprite ("Obey your thirst) 1 tbsp salt 1 tbsp ground black pepper 4 tbsp soy sauce 3 tbsp white vinegar *For the cooking process 3 tbsp cooking oil Procedure: 1. Mince 1 clove of garlic and dice or slice chicken (breast) meat into 6 portions. 2. In a bowl, mix the garlic and the chicken together with 1 tbsp salt, 1 tbsp ground black pepper, 4 tbsp soy sauce and 3 tbsp white vinegar. 3. Mix all the ingredients well. 4.Pour in 1 glass or 250 ml Sprite and mix them together. 5. Cover the bowl and let it rest for an hour under room temperature or you can also put these on the fridge overnight until ready to cook. 6. Strain the chicken off the marinate and let it dry. Do not discard the marinate. 7. Get your pan nice and hot and then pre-heat the oil under low-medium heat. 8. Once the oil has been preheated and ready, lay in the chicken meat and brown/fry them for 3 minutes per sides. 9. Once both sides are done, pour in the marinate and mix it well. 10. Cover the pan with the lid and let it simmer for 5 minutes. 11. Check after 5 minutes and stir. The marinate should be reducing down into a sauce. Cover again and wait until 2 minutes. 12. Check the sauce if has reduced well. Stir to prevent it from burning. The outcome now depends on your desired consistency of the sauce. Make sure the meats are well coated. turn off the fire and give it a quick stir then plate and serve.
The Adobo Queen Nancy Reyes Lumen is back and this time we're making her specialty and namesake- ADOBO! Check it out! What you'll need: 1 kilo pork belly (special thick bacon cut, skin on) 500 ml soy sauce 500 ml vinegar some calamansi red chilis laurel leaves rock salt peppercorn toothpicks olive oil Please subscribe! http://goo.gl/TAhuPT Check out my new game on the Google Play Store! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.xeleb.MarketMasterErwan Full posts on www.thefatkidinside.com twitter/ig: erwanheussaff facebook.com/thefatkidinside snapchat: erwanheussaff Please leave us a comment if you want us to try something! Erwan Heussaff FAQ What are you? Im French Filipino, i work in the restaurant, bar and production industries. I create food and travel content. I live in the Philippines. What Camera do you use? Usually a sony a7sii, dji osmo, gopro hero 4, 3dr solo drone. I have 85mm, 20mm, 35mm, 50mm and 20-70mm lenses. What editing software do you use? When i edit, its usually with Premiere Pro How old are you? Going on 30............... What did you study? International Business in France How did you get into youtube? I've always loved making food videos and that's how it started. Youtube starts off as a passion. Dont get into it if you are looking to make it your job. It doesn't work that way :) Why arent you on TV? Because the internet is easier and its free for you guys hahaha! Also we are currently working on producing TV shows ourselves as well. Who writes/produces the shows? I do Who shoots the actual shows we have on? Seabiscuit films. Who shots the vlog/travel diary style videos? I do. Peanut Butter or Nutella? Peanut buttttttttttttter -------PLAYLISTS-------- Tastemade collaborations https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlaLRniCHL9RvqNN0dSdfN2mRXHQ9iKnm Check our new Travel Show Overnight! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlaLRniCHL9S7Jva6MlVA8Y7u6lkr5AY9 Cooking in the Mountains! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlaLRniCHL9S-157u7Fv7-CSKa9aSM_NN Travel Diaries https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlaLRniCHL9QVZVThhvMFWAc6iqW5nGeN Cocktails https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlaLRniCHL9SJ0W5c-qfOZXqeK1gYGtdg Recipes https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlaLRniCHL9TF-MUral5HHsQ_20puP3Jp Filipino Recipes https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlaLRniCHL9S0Xgp0BgIhf36GkzMJR0ga Landscapes - Series about produce and farming https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlaLRniCHL9TWASqWltV7DrxyY5zUWmAi
A simple Filipino style recipe for adobo. It's a vegan sauce that can be used for chicken, beef, pork, fish, and veggies. Its base is soy sauce, garlic, ketchup, vinegar, black pepper, and bay leaves. It's a proven family recipe, used in Naci's old highly rated restaurant, Sweet Racks.