Monday, April 15, 2013

the food I craving

I try to cook  the food as much as I can for cooking this kind of dish sometimes called  craving Filipino food. This recipe is the most common and simplest to cook.  I try to feature other Adobo variations such as the Pork Adobo, Chicken adobo  beef adobo. it's our main Filipino dish and the Adobo in our best delicacies in Phil.  This Pork Adobo Recipe that we have here is combining the pictures in that way is easy to recognize.The  separate picture is the Chicken adobo.
Try this simple yet satisfying Pork Adobo  and Chicken adobo. the Recipe  let me know what you think. I give you the recipe.

  At  the first picture I am cooking a beef steak, salted fry fish with tomatoe as well as I cook also a fry ground pork which is I mix with potatoes, chily, garlic and black paper. I place inside the green pepper which is a good idea to cook once in a while because I don't cook a lot of Filipino dish since I am only the one to eat my son eat Filipino food but he's  not ate a lot like just mine. I am  glad whenever I craving for food I ask help from my mom  goodness it turns good enjoy to eat yummy.

  1 lbs Chicken belly
 tbsp garlic, minced or crushed
 pieces dried bay leaves
 tbsp vinegar
 cup soy sauce
 tbsp whole pepper corn
 cup water
salt to taste
  1. Bring to a boil the first 6 ingredients. Simmer for about 50 minutes until the chicken is tender and sauce is reduced by half. I simmered with the lid on for about 35 minutes and took the lid off the last 15 to let the sauce reduce.
  2. Add salt to taste. Serve hot with rice.  Enjoy  your meal that's yummy.



  1. They looked so delicious! Will try your recipe sometimes. Now, I'm starving!

  2. I'd settle for the tinapa sis lol, miss ko na ang tinapa.

  3. yep. try to cook it. mixing with coconut milk which is good but not the whole can just 1 cup only masarap yata.

  4. interesting to learn that adobo has a variation with coconut milk. would want to try that.