Adobo Pork Chops is a simple pork adobo variation using one of the most favorite pork cuts: pork chops. This adobo pork chops recipe has a mild favor and is best eaten with — what else, but rice. As far as I am concerned, rice is still the best side dish for adobo dishes with…
Pork Adobo Recipes
Spicy Pork Adobo is a twist on the regular pork adobo recipe. This version has a much bolder flavor and a little kick courtesy of the dry red chilies. Preparing this adobo variation is similar to making any other pork adobo dishes. The difference would probably be more on the ingredients rather than the procedure….
Adobong Dilaw is a pork adobo version that does not use soy sauce. Instead, it uses turmeric which is a type of rhizome that belongs to the ginger family. It is known as “luyang dilaw” in Filipino. The procedure in preparing Adobong dilaw is almost the same as making our favorite pork adobo. However, I…
Pork Adobo with Tofu is an adobo recipe version that I really like. It has the good taste of our favorite Pork Adobo along with the chewy texture of tofu. Pork and Tofu in Oyster Sauce has a similar texture, but tastes different.
Do you love Pork Adobo? How about creating a twist to the typical Pork Adobo Recipe?
I like to eat garlic fried rice in the morning. Dishes like Tapsilog and Longsilog excite me. There are times when I want to keep it simple by having sinangag na dilis with my fried rice along with some spicy vinegar dip (sinamak). There are even times when I want something unique, something that I’ve never had for a long time.
Crispy Adobo Flakes is one of the dishes that I am referring. If I want to have Crispy Adobo flakes, I should plan ahead for it. Well…even if there is a plan, it does not happen the entire time. I have the tendency to lose control by eating the adobo before they turn into crispy flakes – but not this time. I made sure that I document the steps so that you too can make your own for breakfast.