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I cut the pork. He started cooking the pork with cooking oil. I chopped the garlic and onions.
When he finished, I continued everything. He set aside the pork, I put on the garlic and onions using the same oil from pork adobo. Cooked the garlic and onions for 5 minutes.
I prepared the soy sauce, vinegar, and limonade. Limonade is the Sprite version here in Breizh.
When the garlic and onions are well stirred, put in the pork, stir until it is cooked again with the garlic and onions.
I don't use measuring cups so I estimate. I pour about 4 spoons of soy sauce. Stir again, pour 4-5 spoons of vinegar. Make sure it is according to your taste. I added a little pepper as well. No need to put salt as the soy sauce and vinegar are already tasty. I added laurel leaves.
After the laurel leaves, I added one cup of limonade or sprite. If you want more sauce, add more sprite, soy sauce, and vinegar according to your taste.
We use electric stove, from 6 we turned it to 1 so it is cooking in a minimal heat. It is actually cooked.
My husband prepared the rice. He doesn't like the way I prepared it the Filipino way.
For your information, we only cook this once a month. My husband first tasted pork adobo in El Nido, Palawan when I let him experience to eat in a carinderia or a local restaurant. He loves it even though when it is oily and there is fatty area. He never eats that but only the pork meat.
He always open the windows and door of our house because the smells remain like it is a Chinese restaurant. He doesn't want the smell stays in our clothes.
Anyway, Alexandre always love my pork adobo. I remember the first time he eat that, he was already a year old and even eat it by hand.
I feel bad for Elise just looking at us eating. In few months, I think she can start eating real meals. But right now, we just give her puree vegetables.
Fred already ate half of what is inside the cooking plate. He eats a lot and I as well. Again, he never eats the fat part of the pork. I used to eat that in Cebu because Filipinos love to eat everything in a pork meat.
But my husband said it is very unhealthy. Later on, I dislike eating the fat.
The purpose of retaining the fat is for cooking purposes. There's oil in the fat part and I just let its oil to be cooked by itself.
What I realize also that Filipinos love to cook everything with oil and the basics of cooking are to stir garlic and onions then put soy sauce and vinegar to add taste.