Tuesday, September 6, 2011


The word 'Adobo' comes from the Spanish that have a meaning sauce, seasoning or marinade. But in the Philippines, Adobo refers to one of the cooking process. When the Spaniards colonized the Philippines in the 15th century, they found a way to cook a typical Filipino nation, which is boiled with vinegar. This kind of cooking process is referred to as 'Adobo'.

But the food is cooked in its development through a process of 'Adobo' even this is called 'Adobo'. Adobo's famous dish is Adobo is made from chicken and pork. Adobo chicken has a shape like a stew, but it's not sweet, but slightly acidic and aromatic coriander. quite easy to prepare ingredients, including a thin cutlet fried in bread crumbs, garlic, coriander, black pepper, turmeric powder, soy sauce, lime juice, and cornflour.

Here's one example adobo recipe


For 1 kg of meat (approximately):
We will use a spoon to eat
5 de la Vera Paprika
4 Oregano
5 Olive Oil
3 garlic powder (or fresh, 5 cloves garlic, minced or crushed in a mortar)
1 Salt
10 Water

measured according to an estimate, because everybody liked salt more or less, or other materials.


Clean the parts or pieces of meat to marinate. We can soak the ribs in one piece or cut into the meat. In the same container in which we will keep the meat marinade, put all ingredients, then add a little water and stir well.

Moisten all the meat with marinade and leave covered in the refrigerator for 24 hours at least. Ready to be cooked according to what we want, baked or boiled.