Here’s an interesting recipe – something that hails from the Philippines! For those wondering, Chicken Adobo is a Filipino stew cooked using the ‘inadobo’ style. Inadobo cooking normally entails cooking with vinegar, soy sauce, and garlic.
It is said that every household have their own “secret recipe” and this is the Meatmen’s take on Chicken Adobo.
Stewed to perfection, this dish goes great with a bowl of steaming rice (or two!) Add pan-fried potato, quail eggs and spring onions based on your preferences!
To all our fans out there that share the love of Phillipino cuisine, do try it out and let us know in the comments below.
|8pieces Chicken Drumsticks/thighs|
|1¼cup light soy sauce|
|½cup red cane vinegar|
|3large bay leaves (torn into pieces)|
|2tbsp canola oil|
|2whole sliced shallots|
|3tbsp red cane vinegar|
|¼cup brown sugar|