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chicken adobo

Chicken Adobo
It’s been a while since I cooked adobo so I cooked this one for dinner tonight. I revised the recipe I used in my first Chicken Adobo but I followed the same instructions. I used 500 grams of chicken thigh fillet instead of chicken wings. I didn’t put diced onion but I added 3 tbsp of sugar and juice of 1/2 lemon. I always prefer my adobo on the sweet and saucier side as you can see in the photo.
How about you? How do you like your adobo?

Chicken Adobo

It’s been a while since I cooked adobo so I cooked this one for dinner tonight. I revised the recipe I used in my first Chicken Adobo but I followed the same instructions. I used 500 grams of chicken thigh fillet instead of chicken wings. I didn’t put diced onion but I added 3 tbsp of sugar and juice of 1/2 lemon. I always prefer my adobo on the sweet and saucier side as you can see in the photo.

How about you? How do you like your adobo?

The Good Ol’ Chicken AdoboJune 03, 2012
This is what I cooked last night for dinner. The chicken I used were leftovers from the Pininyahang Manok I cooked last time. My sister is getting bored with the same old recipe I’m using for the Chicken Adobo so the next time I cook Adobo, I’ll use a different recipe from The Adobo Book I bought before. 
Any favorite Adobo recipe you would like to share? 
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Check out the other food that I cooked

The Good Ol’ Chicken Adobo
June 03, 2012

This is what I cooked last night for dinner. The chicken I used were leftovers from the Pininyahang Manok I cooked last time. My sister is getting bored with the same old recipe I’m using for the Chicken Adobo so the next time I cook Adobo, I’ll use a different recipe from The Adobo Book I bought before. 

Any favorite Adobo recipe you would like to share? 

Check out the other food that I cooked

Chicken AdoboMay 17, 2012
What I cooked for dinner tonight. I used the remaining chicken from the Chicken Tinola I made months ago. The recipe I used is based on the first chicken adobo I cooked. 

Chicken Adobo
May 17, 2012

What I cooked for dinner tonight. I used the remaining chicken from the Chicken Tinola I made months ago. The recipe I used is based on the first chicken adobo I cooked. 

Chicken Adobo for the First Time

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November 27, 2010 

I’ve always wanted to cook a dish that is a traditional Filipino cuisine like Tinola, Mechado and of course, Adobo. We already bought the ingredients for Adobo two weeks ago and the only problem is, when will we cook the Adobo? My sister was suppose to be one who will cook it because I don’t know how. But she always comes home late from work. 

We were planning to go home to Gapo tonight but my sister is swamped with worked and we decided to just go home tomorrow. So, I decided that because I am a good brother (hehe), I’ll cook so there will be food when she goes home.

I researched about the recipe of Chicken Adobo and I found this recipe: Chicken Adobo (Adobong Manok) - Kulinarya. I just added a few ingredients like 2 tbsp of brown sugar and some potatoes. I still followed the procedure from that post. 

Here are some photos of the Chicken Adobo that I cooked:

I think I was successful in cooking my very first Chicken Adobo. It looks like Adobo and tastes like Adobo so I think I did good. hehe. By the way, thanks for all those that responded from my post: First Time Adobo :) Of course, thanks to Cusinera, the one who wrote the recipe from her blog: http://www.busogsarap.com/.