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How to Make Fancy Pork Adobo for Lunch Recipe

Written by Minerva Pena Aug 20, 2021 · 4 min read
How to Make Fancy Pork Adobo for Lunch Recipe

How to Make Fancy Pork Adobo for Lunch Recipe

Pork Adobo

Hey everyone, it is me again, Dan, welcome to my recipe site. Today, we’re going to make a special dish, pork adobo. It is one of my favorites. This time, I will make it a bit tasty. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

Pork Adobo is one of the most well liked of current trending meals on earth. It’s appreciated by millions daily. It is easy, it is quick, it tastes yummy. They’re nice and they look wonderful. Pork Adobo is something that I’ve loved my entire life.

Pork Adobo with Tofu is a protein-rich adobo version. This is perfect for people who like their adobo mild in Pork Adobo Alterative and Additional Ingredients. Pork - Use any cut of pork that you prefer. Filipino Pork Adobo is a Filipino dish that I've shared before.

To get started with this recipe, we have to prepare a few components. You can have pork adobo using 17 ingredients and 14 steps. Here is how you cook it.

The ingredients needed to make Pork Adobo:
  1. Prepare 1-1/2 kilos Pork Country Style (cut accordingly)
  2. Prepare 1 liter Chicken Broth
  3. Get 1/2-3/4 cups balsamic vinegar
  4. Take 1 tsp to "1 and a half tsp" Crush black pepper
  5. Prepare 2-3 tbsp brown sugar
  6. Prepare 1 head garlic crushed
  7. Get 3-4 onions medium to big size
  8. Get 2-3 bay leaves
  9. Prepare 1/2 tsp oregano
  10. Get 1 large green or red pepper
  11. Take 2 tbsp patis or to taste
  12. Take Ingredients according to how much meat, 1 or 1 and a half kilo
  13. Prepare 2 tbspToyo (optional)
  14. Take 2 tbsp Oyster sauce (optional)
  15. Prepare Toyo and oyster sauce optional esp when using balsamic vinegar
  16. Make ready Banana blossoms (washed and soak in 1 cup water), =optional=
  17. Get LIVER SPREAD can also be added during the simmering

Hope you enjoy my recipe for today and please SUBSCRIBE to my. Adobo or adobar (Spanish: marinade, sauce, or seasoning) is the immersion of raw food in a stock (or sauce) composed variously of paprika, oregano, salt, garlic, and vinegar to preserve and enhance its flavor. The Portuguese variant is known as Carne de vinha d'alhos. Filipino Pork Adobo. this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines.

Instructions to make Pork Adobo:
  1. Sautee pork without oil. Let the pork extract its own oil. Don't overdo to the point that it hardens the meat. Achieve a light golden brown color.
  2. Set aside meat. Sautee garlic and "half of onions". Mix well until combined.
  3. Put pepper, oregano, bay leaf and balsamic vinegar. And if desired toyo OR oyster sauce. Mix for 2 mins.
  4. Pour chicken stock.
  5. Let it simmer for an hour, but check every 15 to 20 mins on the water level. Make sure to reduce water only to a level that there is still enough for sauce.
  6. Check for meat tenderness. Fats should be jelly-like texture.
  7. If not yet tender add at least 1/4 cup water, if dried already and continue simmering until tender.
  8. Add the banana blossoms if desired. It has to be pre-soaked.
  9. Add green bell pepper. Can also be added half way during the simmering to give different sweet taste to the dish.
  10. Add water if required. At least 1/4 cup only. And taste if there's a need to add balsamic vinegar.
  11. After water is reduced, if there's not enough oil. Add olive or canola oil to pan fry the adobo. (twice cook effect to render more fat and make the meat absorb more flavor)
  12. Add brown sugar half way during the pan fry. Beware not to burn. Don't leave the pan unattended, continue mixing.
  13. Season with patis. Continue to pan fry until done.
  14. Ready to serve. Reheat before serving so it won't be greasy.

The Portuguese variant is known as Carne de vinha d'alhos. Filipino Pork Adobo. this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines. Bring the most authentic Filipino pork adobo taste home with this essential recipe and learn all the surprising variations you can make. Have ever had legit Filipino pork adobo before? Growing up as a First Generation Filipino American, I was exposed to many different I remember eating Pork Adobo when I was little in my Tita Luces (Aunt) kitchen.

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