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If you ask me what's the easiest food to cook, I'll say adobo:)) There are many ways to cook adobo and I choose the easiest oftentimes but also the fanciest when I have time.
Others first saute the garlic, onion and meat on a frying pan before adding the condiments but the easiest way to do it is by dumping all the ingredients to the pot and cooking it over fire. Easy right 😆
This is what I did for dinner:
I started by washing the meat thoroughly and cutting it in pieces.
I added condiments, Laurel leaves, ginger, pepper, potato, and of course I want it spicy so don't forget the chili powder.
The potato should be put afterwards but I went ahead and let it be overcooked 😆
I also added honey to have a sweet taste then I poured a half cup of soy sauce, vinegar, and half a cup of water.
Boil it in high fire for 10 minutes then simmer it for another 10 minutes.
I like adobo quite dry so I simmered it for another 5 minutes to decrease the volume of liquid.
Voila! Adobo is now ready to serve. Let's eat while it's hot🔥🥵 Also in adobo, you don't need to worry if you added too much salt or any seasonings because the potato absorbs the excess saltiness. In short, it balances the taste :))
Add some rice and dinner is ready :)) It's already 8 in the evening so I cut back on rice. I don't want to have indigestion so I must be diligent in eating early.
Spicy adobo also goes well with juice, I prefer dalandan or calamansi flavor :))
Let's eat guys, I hope you didn't skip your meal💛
Rooms for improvement:
📍 Vinegar should be in a 1:10 ratio with soy. I added too much vinegar so the other seasonings was overpowered by the vinegar
📍I should also cut back on the chili powder because just like the vinegar, it overpowered the natural umami of the other ingredients
📍I was not able to taste the sweetness of the honey so I guess I'll add a bit more to make it sweet next time
📍 I should research on how to make the meat more tender juicy hatdog lol