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  1. Ria
    June 6, 2009

    I never knew there was so much to adobo :-) I like mine super saucy though :-)

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  2. noemi
    June 6, 2009

    my favorite is chicken adobo with coconut milk.

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  3. rain
    June 6, 2009

    We’ve always had thrice-cooked adobo, and I cook it now as well. I sometimes put in diced potatoes and/or pork liver as well. My mom would sometimes put in isaw, the sort you see fried for chicharon bulaklak :)

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  4. noemi
    June 6, 2009

    yeah like the photo above, I added potatoes (fried) as accent to an otherwise brown colored dish. It adds “spice”. The isaw variation tastes yummy too.

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  5. jodiana
    June 16, 2009

    i know how to cook a sumptuous caldereta but i don’t know how to cook an adobo. I will definitely try your adobo recipe.

    i didn’t know that you can put mashed liver to adobo.

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  6. Red Jasmine
    June 19, 2009

    your adobo photo/recipe reminds me of how i love adobo. who (filipinos at least) doesn’t love adobo? thanks for the post.

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  7. Mica
    June 25, 2009

    The Adobo Book! Wow, so much interesting info! I’ve bookmarked this page. I never get tired of adobo. It’s the perfect comfort food!

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  8. Kristin
    October 1, 2009

    Mmm, these look delicious. I know what I’m having Sunday.
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  9. Martha
    February 14, 2010

    Wow…I did learned a lot from this post. I am in search for a good adobo recipe because my husband is craving for an adobo dinner…thanks for posting it…I never knew that liempo would be the best cut for this.
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  10. msanti31
    August 7, 2010

    after years of cooking adobo, hands down, liempo is the best cut of pork to be cooked with the recipe. the tenderness of the meat after simmering cannot compare to the classic pigue or kamto. I prefer the classic dry adobo though, when the sauce has dried out and the fat just oozes in the sauce then fries the meats until it’s flaky. but I set aside some of the sauce before it dries out because the kids love it. thanks for the cooking tips @momblogger!

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  11. MaryArlene
    August 7, 2010

    more or less we have the same recipe of Adobo…i love cooking too… i love to experiment new recipes…i cooked Adobo same way you did but i added turmeric…it ‘s good try it.

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  12. MaryArlene
    August 7, 2010

    hey yummy adobo….4ever fave of my family…try adding turmeric w ur gata….yum yum yummy…my kids love it sooo much….even the chicken adobo w turmeric & gata w siling labuyo….4get the diet, postpone it when it’s adobo, anytime go… go… go… tara na kain na!

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  13. roni
    August 14, 2010

    My mom is an expert cook of chicken adobo. I really love it especially when she adds sugar.

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  14. MaryArlene
    August 19, 2010

    i cooked adobo lunch time …am not suppose to eat a lot coz of cholesterol in it …anyway it was really very tempting to the eyes & the smell so yummy nkakagana amoy palang….huhuhu…iput a lot of spices; luya & siling labuyo, black pepper, lots of garlic to combat the cholesterol hahaha i usually add the vinegar when the meat is already tender then sugar to neutralize the acidity….oh so yummy…the rice was so kulang eh… l mean you really consume so much rice …(diet pospone muna)…so so sinful food…masarap eh!!!what can i do?

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  15. rosalinda
    August 20, 2010

    my husband really likes adobo for dinner,next time im gonna cook it w/liver..we have lots of potatoes here in baguio city so,it wld be beter to add veggie..kain n rn ng fruits rich in fiber after,hrap na..iwas cholesterol!hehe

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  16. rosalinda
    August 20, 2010

    my husband really likes adobo,specially chicken..im gonna cook it w/liverspread next time,i haven’t tried it..we have lots of potatoes here in bguio city so wld be better 2 put some veggie..kain n lng ng fruits rich in fiber aftr..hirap na! iwas cholesterol po..hehe

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  17. gil flores
    September 5, 2010

    I will try your adobo and by the way nice site. I just made my blogsite this month if you guys have time pls visit me. fudetchetera.blogspot.com
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  18. cheekeegirl
    September 5, 2013

    I love adobo! all-time fave

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  19. food lover
    September 15, 2014

    Na surprise ako sa mga Tips lalo na sa Tip number 10. Nakaka curious kung anong kalalabasan ng lasa kaya naman susubukan ko yun kapag nagluto ako ng adobo. Sobrang nagka idea ako kung paano magluto ng perfect adobo. Salamat sa pagbibigay ng mga tips naging madali para sa first timer na kagaya ko ang magluto ng pamosong adobo. Ano pa pong mga techniques ang pede niyong i-share para sa mga baguhan sa paglulutong kagaya ko? :) Salamat sa mga tips. More power at God bless po! :)

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