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How to make it

  • Combine marinade ingredients in a large pot. Add chicken and bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer about 1/2 an hour.
  • Take chicken out and either put it under a broiler or put it on a very hot grill and cook about 10-12 minutes to brown up nicely.
  • Meanwhile, bring marinade back to a boil and boil until reduced by about 1/2.
  • When chicken is done, put on a large serving platter and pour Adobo sauce over it and serve.
  • Store leftovers in sauce, will keep a week. Supposedly it'll keep without refrigeration, but I've never tried it. (I never ate it as leftovers at my MIL's house either.)
  • I'm not sure of cooking times if using pork or beef. I just know she made it with that too. The pork I know she slow cooked on low heat (200F I'm guessing) in oven for hours.

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    " It was excellent "
    kalakala ate it and said...
    Made this for dinner tonight for myself and my boyfriend (he's half Filipino.) He loved it, it was awesome. Love the recipe...definitely going to be trying this with beef and pork!!
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  • star19080 6 years ago
    Thank you soooo much for answering my cookers block post. this sounds wonderful! Now I just need to find adobo marinade
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  • deedeec 6 years ago
    tc - that's a good point. It's always good to think of foods that won't spoil easily when taking them to potlucks, picnics, or trips. Great idea for leftovers too. :)
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  • tcvillegas 6 years ago
    The adobo will really keep for a few days w/o refrigeration because of the vinegar in the sauce. But then again, why would we NOT refrigerate leftovers?! The adobo is a good picnic food or something to bring during long trips as they really keep well.
    In case you still have leftovers, you can shred into very thin pieces/strands and deep fry till crisp. Really good as toppings over steamed rice.
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  • oregongrandma 6 years ago
    This sounds wonderful. I love Filipino food. Especially Lumpia. My girls and I would go to this one restaurant especially for the Lumpia. Pansit is great too. What is Adobo Marinade and where would I find it? I'm going to bookmark this one. This is a great post.
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    " It was excellent "
    henrie ate it and said...
    I must give this recipe a try. I've had this while living in Japan, my next door neighbor fixed Filipino Chicken Adobo, it was so good. I watched her make it but never had her recipe, this looks so much like it. Thanks for the great post, here's my 5
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  • nikachu 6 years ago
    gee this looks familiar *wink* i'm making this tonite
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  • jett2whit 6 years ago
    ok, I just thought about a song from the Black Eyed Peas....this sounds good! thanks for posting. Jett
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  • trackwidow 6 years ago
    Great recipe. Thanks! I wouldn't eat the leftovers if they weren't refrigerated either.
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