“Adobo” is known as the official unofficial national food of the Philippines. It is a cooking process which involves marinating vegetables, chicken, fish or any other meat with soy sauce, vinegar and garlic.
In the early days, Filipinos usually preserve their food with vinegar. They cook their food by either boiling, roasting or steaming. An adobo dish typically makes use of chicken, vegetables, pork, tofu or fish. It is then marinated with vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, bay leaf and peppercorns. Then it is cooked slowly in clay pots (olden times) and in modern days in metal pots.
In this video, I tried making my Chicken Adobo using a Slow Cooker (Crockpot)
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