I went to Sydney last week and I had a great time despite physical exhaustion. I had 20,000 steps because I was busy exploring parts of Sydney I haven’t been to yet. It has been fun. And now I am back in the bush with all the Filipino ingredients I can carry.
I was craving for meat a while ago so I decided to cook adobo.
Since I used pork, I had it boiled first to make the meat tender. After that I just added enough soy sauce then after a few minutes, I added vinegar and black pepper and bay leaf. Adjust the taste with a soy sauce or vinegar.
Here in the country, there isn’t much restaurant in town. So I have to do what I got to do to survive–cook. And one of the easy dishes to cook is adobo. With the help of Mama Sita’s ready mix, I made adobo almost instantly.
The taste is alright but if you want to do the sauce from scratch, you need soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, and pepper for this. Saute the garlic until golden brown, add the chicken, stir fry them until cooked, add a bit of soy sauce and vinegar and a little pepper. Adjust the taste if you want it salty, add more soy sauce and if you want it sour, add more vinegar. You can also make it chili by adding some chili sauce. 🙂
This dish goes best with rice. 🙂