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May 06, 2007

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OK, this version looks simple enough for me to try. I've only had chicken adobo once or twice and they were too salty for me. But if it's from Sunset how "authentic" is that really?

WC, this is a pretty easy recipe to try. If anything, adobo should have a piquant vinegary flavor, rather than a salty flavor. I also questioned the authenticity of the recipe when I first saw it, but besides the use of only chicken thighs (usually a whole chicken would be used) the rest is pretty legit. Flavor-wise, it's pretty close to my mother's adobo.

I have read so much about Adobo...I must must must try them soon! :)

Thanks for the comment Rasa. If there is one Filipino dish you should try, it would be Adobo. Well, and maybe lumpia of course;)

This is very simular to the recipe I grew up with. I add a pinch or two of sugar. My friend actually cooks hers with one cut hot dogs, I tried it and it adds some good flavors and the pieces of hot dog are great over rice too.

This looks great! And easy. I think I'm going to give it a try this week :)

Thanks for your comment yas. There are very many ways to make adobo, and I think this is the first I've heard of putting hot dogs in it. My mother sometimes puts cut up hot dogs in her fried rice.

Mo, it is definitely an easy recipe worth giving a try.

This looks great. I think it's even more simple than Bittman's take. Thanks for this.

ah adobo! the fave of all people. I think!

I have another version i think you might like.

Put all the ingredients in the pot.. cook it for 45 minutes. Then remove everything...

saute tons of garlic.. put the chicken back in.. ..

oh yeah chicken and garlic heaven! :D

I'm currently in an international student exchange program in the UK and I made adobo for a potluck dinner...4.5 pounds of chicken were gone in 10 minutes. Everyone loved it! Unfortunately, I didn't have time (or a rice cooker) to make rice on the side...

I marinaded the chicken with all the ingredients overnight, then pre-cooked the chicken on a pan while the marinade cooked. Afterwards, the chicken was put back in the pot with the sauce.

It's definitely different from how my mom cooks adobo...she usually sticks everything in a pot and lets it simmer for a couple hours. She cooks it with chicken wings, which I've found impossible to find in the UK, along with hot dogs.

I think chicken adobo is still my favorite filipino dish, I could eat it days on end.

My sauce is about the same, but I like a combo of chicken and pork. Also, I simmer longer, then remove the meat to a platter and just reduce the sauce. Over brown jasmine rice, this stuff is heaven!

Chicken Adobo is definetly is on the top 5 traditional filipino dishes that most filipinos (like myself) grew up eating at home. Instead of using achuete oil, I like using a couple teaspoons of paprika instead and I like adding a sliced onion just after the part "return the chicken to the pan,.." as well. I got this variation from my filipino uncle who once was a cook on a ship in the navy. He said everyone on the ship looked forward for chicken adobo on the menu.

wow, you've just made me drool. can't wait to try this recipe myself.

Will have to try this adobo recipe. It's a little different with the apple cider vinegar.

We're all obsessed with ADOBO. Our version of chicken adobo is here: http://eatingclubvancouver.blogspot.com/2008/03/chicken-adobo.html

And pork adobo:
http://eatingclubvancouver.blogspot.com/2008/04/pork-belly-two-ways.html

Will have to try this one though. As I suspect is the case with all Filipinos, we're still tinkering with the perfect adobo recipe!


My Chicken Adobo Recipe song/music video.

Salamat for all the cool recipes

I am not Filipino, however, my godfather is, and he taught my mother to make a chicken adobo dish that we still make and eat to this day. It was about the same except instead of vinegar he used lemon juice. He put the chicken in a pot with the lemon juice and water along wtih garlic cloves and boiled it until amost done, added the soy sauce and simmered a bit. This was served over rice. It is my very favorite dish and my mom makes it for my birthday every year.

I usually add a lil bit of rum on it.

I have made your chicken adobo recipe about 10 times now and my fiance keeps requesting another batch each week. Thank god it is so easy and tasty. My filipino mom thinks the recipe is walang lasa because the chicken is not marinated, but I think its perfect. Now I have to try to make adobo chicken wings based on this recipe for our superbowl get-together tonight. Thanks for the recipe - and wish me luck!

First time reader/commenter. I like my adobo less salty and more vinegary, so I use about a 3:1 ratio of vinegar to soy sauce. I also add onions to the mix, then sautee with more onions at the end. Some regions of the Philippines make their adobo saucy and some make them dry. I particularly like it dry (to the point where bits of the chicken/pork and garlic and onions crust the bottom and you scrape it and mix it with your rice.)

I Love your Chicken Adobo. Thank You !

This recipe is a bit different than what I am used to but I'm sure going to ty it your way!

this recipe is almost exactly what i do for adobo except i think i'll try sauteing the garlic and deglazing with the other ingredients first while the chicken is put aside. i usually put it all in together after browning the chicken. i tinkered w/ the Reynaldo (Philippine Recipes?) Book recipe and found your almost exact measurements to fit the bill for the way i like it! how funny

I made this the other night. It was a success, thanks! I used grapeseed oil instead of the achuette. Other than that, I kept close to the recipe. Photo: http://tinyurl.com/2g34asy

I really enjoyed this recipe. Growing up, my family always used white vinegar, but the cider vinegar was a nice touch. Thanks for sharing!

Hi I love your blog! We have a great restaurant here in union city ca called tribe or tribu grill. Oh!! I found your blog cuz I was trying to figure out one of their dishes. This is so great. Any way my best pal Nel is pilipina and guamanian and she makes her chicken adobo with lemon juice also. Beef is with vinegar. And she just uses American Heinz. But for the delicate stuff like the raw fish marinade she uses the palm vinegar. I have a recipe for mochiko rice cake that is similar but never the same as any other I've seen. AKA bibinka. Which I love more than anything ! It's a very simple bibinka no cheese eggs and u would love to know more about the history of this cake. I also got this recipe from a friend from the philipines. So I know it's authentic tosomeone!

Wow, looks very good. Will compare to my own chicken adobo recipe and let you know how it turns out! http://www.cookeatdelicious.com/filipino-recipes/filipino-chicken-adobo-recipe.html

Looks like the recipe I use except I season the chicken with onion and garlic powder for extra flavor. :)

Oh! Chicken Adobo! I've been experimenting my Chicken adobo since last year because it's my boyfriend's favorite. He always keep on requesting me to cook chicken adobo every time we are having a date either in his place or mine.

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I'm going to have to give this a try!

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