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After getting a few requests, here it is, the Pinoy version of pork BBQ. This appetizer food or Pulutan is very popular in the Philippines. You will find this at just about every entrance in the middle class subdivisions and especially on the market sidewalks. A favorite among most Filipinos.
2 pound pork butt or belly(if using prok belly remove the skin), 1 cups soysauce, 1 whole garlic peeled and crushed, 1 small onion minced, 2 lemons, 0.5 cups 7 up (softdrink), 1 teaspoon ground pepper, 5 tablespoon dark brown sugar, 1 cups banana sauce (ketchup), 1 tablespoon MSG (optional),
Soak bamboo skewers in water overnight to avoid splitting and burning before using. Cut pork into ½ thick x 1 inch wide x 1 ½ inch long pieces. Slide pork onto skewers and set as...
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Another easy way of doing it is to combine the pork, vinegar, garlic, water, soy sauce, bay leaves, peppercorns, and other seasonings of your choice in a saucepan. Bring to a boil, lower heat to medium fire, and then cook until a thick sauce is formed. Serve hot!
The basic ingredients of adobo is pork, soy sauce, garlic, vinegar, and water. The other ingredients are just additional and optional condiments as some folks love to make their adobo special and love to have variations.
1 kilos pork; cut into 2-inch pieces, 1 head garlic; pounded , 0.5 small onion; chopped, 4 dried bay leaves, 0.5 tablespoon peppercorns, 6 tablespoon soy sauce, 6 tablespoon vinegar, 1 cups rice water, 1 tablespoon oyster sauce (optional add-on), 1 Cooking oil,
Marinate pork in soy sauce, garlic, and peppercorns for 30 minutes.
Sauté onion, then drop the marinated pork and bay leaves. Continue sauteing until liquid has evap...
Chicken Adobo is a Filipino recipe that you can make any where in the world as long as you have a crock pot that you can plug into the wall. Adobo is a spanish word for marinate...so if you have some members of your household who are not very adventurous, then you can truthfully say that you're making marinated chicken for dinner.
With a sweet and tangy sauce, this taste of the exotic is perfect for nights chicken seems unappealing. You'll be transported to the lush island paradise minus the volcanoes.
1 3-lb) frying chicken, skinned and cut into serving pieces, 5 cloves garlic, crushed, 2 bay leaves, 0.75 cups soy sauce, 0.25 cups apple cider vinegar, 1 tablespoon finely grated fresh peeled ginger, 0.25 teaspoon crushed black peppercorns, 1 tablespoon brown sugar, 1 tablespoon cornstarch, 0.25 cups chicken stock, 5 tablespoon Green onions, sliced, for garnish,
1. Place the chicken pieces in the crock pot. Add the garlic, bay leaves, soy sauce, apple cider vinegar, ginger, peppercorns and brown sugar. Toss to coat.
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