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Peel the garlic and thinly slice the cloves. I've read many of the reviews and it seems that the intended flavor of the recipe is a matter of taste. Reviews Read all reviews 599 Rate and review My review Edit review 780 Ratings Most helpful positive review alwayshungry 1/24/2013 I am Filipina, and the ingredients are similar to my adobo recipe that I cook on the stovetop. These amounts will serve 6, but you can add extra chicken pieces to serve more. Have you ever heard a three-year-old say Thawmoniwa poithoning? Its really cute. Cook on high for 4 hours. Reply Jennifer L October 7, 2013 at 9:01 am This looks great! Im going to try this as one of those freezer crock pot meals where Ill freeze the marinade bag and thaw later when Im ready to make it. I would go with the regular rice vinegar. by a Filipino friend.
Notes I do not recommend using boneless skinless chicken breasts for this recipe because they will be too dry. But Im curious to know how yours turned out. Combine all of the ingredients in a large pot. Do what pleases you - experiment and have fun in the kitchen. Like sloooowwwwwwwing down. This was risky for me since (1) She's from the Philippines; (2) She never likes what I make: and, (3) I have never made or had Adobo before.
Thanks! Reply Lindsay October 7, 2013 at 9:24 pm Just the variety of vinegar that most Filipino recipes use. Bee shared a wonderful recipe for Chicken Adobo last year from her friends cookbook. Looking forward to making this soon (and using my crockpot more too Reply Jeanette says October 6, 2013 at 10:18 pm EA this is the national dish in the Philippines so very popular among Filipinos. Simmer until thickened slightly into a glaze. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Cooked, on its own, just like that. My mom made adobo chicken a lot when I was growing up and my kids now enjoy it too. Our Latest Videos Popular Posts HealthyBaked Mozzarella Chicken RollsQuick and EasyCreamy Cauliflower Garlic RiceQuick and EasyGarlic Parmesan Chicken Lasagna BakeQuick and EasyHealthy Fettuccine Alfredo Blogging Tipsdelivered straight to your inbox Blogger Resources Top Posts1 Avoiding Blog Burnout2 Blogging as a Couple3 Building a Blog while Traveling4 How to Start a Food Blog5 Creating an Income6 Tools Bloggers Shouldn't Live Without7 Photography Tips Start, grow, and monetize your food blog.