Ingredients

How to make it

  • In a sauce pan, put all Adobo ingredients including the Pork.
  • Boil until Pork is tender. If too sour, add enough water to balance.
  • Add potatoes if meat is semi-tender.
  • When all nice and soft, set aside with the adobo mixture.
  • Main Afritada Recipe
  • In a separate pan, saute the chopped garlic until semi-golden brown
  • add chopped onions
  • add the pork and potatoes from the adobo
  • add carrots
  • pour the adobo mixture. Add water if necessary
  • add green peas
  • simmer for 5- 7 mins
  • add tomato sauce
  • salt and pepper to improve taste
  • simmer again for another 5-7 mins
  • add bell pepper
  • ready to serve

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  • kaila07 4 years ago
    it think that its very easy to cook...its my first time cooking.
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  • cutiechie_23 5 years ago
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  • cutiechie_23 5 years ago
    Filipinos has this sweet thing on food. That's why we even have our own Filipino style for tomato sauce. :) You can use any tomato sauce available, just add a little sugar to balance. It might become to sour.
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  • rottman 5 years ago
    Sounds great. What's Del Monte tomato sauce, filipino style? Does it differ from regular tomato sauce?
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    " It was excellent "
    momo_55grandma ate it and said...
    great recipe thanks
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