Chicken Adobo Ka-Loko!

chicken adobo

There are lots of Filipino food that should be featured and shared here, but if you don’t mind I’ll pick my favorites first.

Yes! Adobong Manok (Chicken Adobo) is another favorite of mine and as usual, my favorite is my mom’s adobo. It’s unbeaten best taste and this just did remind me that I should ask my mom to teach me to cook this. Yeah… yeah... I don’t know how to cook because I really don’t know how to cook and I just know how to eat! :P

Today, I’ll share to you guys the recipe of the yummy nam-nam Filipino food, the Chicken Adobo recipe. This recipe came from my friend Jemma who is the blogger of Favorite Filipino Foods. She has these different Filipino food recipes that you can check out there!

I just love Jemma’s recipe! It’s quick and easy to understand. She’s not using those deep, cook's words so that people like me who don’t know how to cook can easily get the steps.
There are lots of types of adobo like pork adobo, frog adobo, and more. If you remember and have read my Exotic Filipino Food post, there are other kinds of adobo there but it’s an exotic food.

For me, chicken adobo is the best! It’s because the chicken is soft, I love the softness and taste of chicken adobo skin, and the taste if 100% satisfaction!

So without further ado, here are the ingredients you should prepare!

  • 3 to 4 lbs chicken
  • 1/2 cup vinegar
  • ¼ cup soy sauce
  • 1 to 2 bay leaves
  • 6 to 10 cloves crushed garlic
  • 1 tsp black pepper
  • 1 tsp chili powder
  • Salt
  • 2 tbsp cooking oil

Next is the procedure’s in cooking the Chicken Adobo. Here are the quick and easy steps in cooking that delicious Chicken Adobo.

  • Cut the chicken into 3 to 4 inch parts.
  • In a large pot, combine the chicken, soy sauce, vinegar, bay leaves, crushed garlic, chili powder, black pepper, and salt. (This is not require but it's ideal to depart this marinated for Half an hour).
  • In medium heat, allow it to boil for 30 minutes while stirring at times.
  • Add the two tbsp of cooking oil and stir frequently for more than five minutes. You may put in more pepper, chili powder or salt to regulate the taste.
  • Transfer the finished cooked chicken adobo into a serving plate. 

Okay! There you've got it! It’s easy right?

Try it now and taste the delicious Chicken Adobo!

Give a feedback and I’ll get Jemma to comment and answer you guys!

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