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