Recipe! JP’s Classic Pork Adobo | Adobong Baboy

This is what pork adobo looks like. Boil the liquid all the way down; the meat will be so rich and juicy you won’t need to sauce up your rice.  In fact, you’ll want that plain rice, as a counterpoint.

Here’s the original post I made about pork adobo; and here’s the tweeted version, published in Seattle Magazine.  UPDATE:  click here for further reflection.

In this video, I served the adobo with rice mix and turnip greens, which I sauteed and then mixed with fresh tomatoes.  I also like to serve it with my garlicy tomato salad.

If you still need closure after a big meal like that, you could try this leche flan CAKE.

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  1. Pingback: Reflections on Pork Adobo | you don't have to read v2.0

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