Adobo What?

ADOBO is considered the national dish of the Philippines. There are probably as many versions of this dish as there are islands in this Asian archipelago — 7,107 of them (at low tide).

Adobo is usually made with pork or chicken, boiled and simmered with a mixture of vinegar and soy sauce, along with other spices. It can also be made with seafood like  squid or vegetables.

If you want to learn more about this  exotic dish, and how to cook it, visit our sister web site,

My Bay Kitchen.

You can also click on each of the photos below for a recipe on different kinds of adobo.

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Chicken Adobo
Chicken Adobo
Squid Adobo
Squid Adobo
Lamb Shank Adobo
Lamb Shank Adobo
Green Bean Adobo
Green Bean Adobo
Smoked Pork Adobo Rolls
Smoked Adobo Rolls

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