Looking for affordable meals with different adobo meal choices, choose to eat at Adobo connection which literally they serve different adobo meals variations. They serve traditional way in cooking using common ingredients. The place is easy to find, actually their logo is authentic and unique as I pull myself to dine. My choice is their Mama’s traditional Chicken Adobo for Php89 only. It was serve well. I would like to recommend this and try other adobo meals. I can say all are very simple even their halo halo which is only Php69 pesos. It’s a simple Filipino dinning place, not fancy.
I didn’t much like it, if I compare it to “lutong bahay”, it is way better than Adobo Connection.
Try to look at the chicken, it’s over cooked.
Some of their adobo meals to choose are: Adobo Flakes, Kuya’s Fried Mixed Adobo, Modern Nutty Pork Adobo, Chicken Adobo sa Gate, Fish and Tofu Adobo, Beef Kare-kare, Adobong Pusit, Pork Adobo Rice and Chicken Bagoong Rice.
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Essentially Adobo is easy to cook. I can give you a simple and basic do-it-yourself adobo to cook at your home.
Easy to find Ingredients are:
- 1/4 chicken in right cut (legs, breast, thigh)
- 1/4 cup of soy sauce or Worcestershire sauce
- 5 tbsp oil
- 4 moons of garlic (crushed and peel)
- 1 bulb of onion (peel and slice thin)
- 1 potato (peel and slice quarter)
- 1 carrot (peel and slice 1/4 inch)
- ground pepper
- a pinch of salt
- 1 tsp of vinegar
- pinch of ajinomoto (vetsin)
- Heat medium casserole and pour a 5 tbsp oil in 30 secs.
- Stir garlic, onion, carrot, potato and chicken in oil for 5 minutes. Add pepper, vetsin and salt.
- Pour soy sauce or Worcestershire sauce, mix gently or until the chicken are covered up of soy.
- Add 1/2 cup of water and cover and cook until the meat is tender.
- Serve and add salt accdg to taste.