I like to have Pork Adobo Flakes for breakfast. It is perfect with garlic fried rice and a cup of coffee. It is also a good way to recycle leftover pork adobo. Some like it crispy, while other like the texture to be just right. This pork adobo flakes recipe is neither crispy nor soft; it is somewhat in the middle.
This pork adobo flakes was not made in my kitchen. We had a vacation a couple of weeks back at Disney World. My mom came to visit us and the kids wanted to see Elsa and Ana, so we made the trip. I had the chance to cook adobo in the villa. . I do this all the time when in these types of places because it is good to have something that you can eat anytime to get hungry, and adobo does not spoil fast. It is also a good way to save some money because you don’t often need to go out to restaurants to eat.
I was able to enjoy my pork adobo flakes with a couple of over easy eggs on the side. I used apple cider vinegar with chili flakes for the dip, and it was better than I expected.
When preparing your pork adobo flakes, make sure that you clean your hands properly before shredding the meat. It will also help if your pork adobo is tender enough. That way, you won’t have a hard time to manually shred the meat.
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Try this Crispy Adobo Flakes Recipe. Let me know what you think.
Pork Adobo Flakes
- Shred the pork adobo meat. You can do this with your hands. Simply pull the threads of the pork slices until all the pork are consumed. Set aside.
- Meanwhile, heat the oil in a pan.
- Once the oil starts to gets hot, put-in the minced garlic. Make sure that the oil is not too hot yet so that the garlic won't burn easily. Continue to cook the garlic until the color turns light brown. Remove the garlic and set aside.
- Using the remaining cooking oil, start to cook the adobo threads or by putting it in the pan. Cook for 1 minute while tossing once in a while.
- Add the soy sauce or worcestershire sauce and ground black pepper. Stir fry for 3 minutes.
- Transfer the cooked pork adobo flakes in a a serving bowl and top with fried garlic.
- Serve with garlic fried rice. Share and enjoy!