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Philipine Adobo is a popular dish and a cooking process in Philippine cuisine that involve meat, seafoods, vegetables marinated in vinegar, soy sauce, garlic and black pepper, which is brown in oil, and simmered in the marinade. It has sometimes been considered as an unofficial national dish in the Philippines.
To cook adobo recipe in numerous variants....
half kilo of chricken
step 1.sutae garlic and onion
step 2.add kilo of chicken
step 4.add soy sauce and vinegar
the cooking method in indigenous in the Philippines.Early Filipinos cooked their food normally by roasting,steaming or boiling method.to keep it fresh longer,food was often cooked by immertion in vinegar and salt.Thus,it is very likely that filipinos could have been cooking meat in vinegar a a means of preservation .this process dates back to the Pre-Hispanic Period and was used for pork and chicken.
Adobo has been quintessential Phillippine stew. Adobo has been developed commercially and adapted to other foods.