Sweet adobo recipes

Crispy Adobo

Crispy Adobo

Everybody knows adobo, this national dish of the Philippines where fatty pork is stewed in sugar, soy sauce and vinegar sauce which gives it a slightly sweet, slightly salty and slightly sour flavour, the most perfect pair a freshly steamed rice can have
CHICKEN ADOBO (ADOBONG MANOK)

CHICKEN ADOBO (ADOBONG MANOK)

At this point, the sauce turns into a syrup (I like my adobosweet). Say Filipino food and the word adobo comes to mind
Sweet Braised Pork Fat

Sweet Braised Pork Fat

My brother in-law cooked a pork-fat dish that is almost similar to this (see recipe of his Pork fat Adobo ) The recipe below however is not adobo
Sweet Orange Marmalade Spareribs

Sweet Orange Marmalade Spareribs

« Banana and Mango SmoothieSlow Cooker Spicy Filipino Chicken Adobo »Filed Under. Now let’s go to my Sweet Orange Marmalade Spareribs recipe
Bohol Adobo

Bohol Adobo

Bohol Adobo our recipe for today is one of those variations that I learned recently, like adobo it is cooked and stewed in a vinegar and soy sauce but this version of adobo has salted black beans and coloured with annatto seeds, it is also less sweet and it uses less soy sauce since the flavour and saltiness comes from the black beans
Sweet and Sour Pork

Sweet and Sour Pork

Pork Adobo with Pineapple. How Do You Make Sweet and Sour Pork. This sweet and sour pork stir-fry has three parts, and the result is an impressive meal that’s a guaranteed dinner winner
Sweet and Sour Meatballs

Sweet and Sour Meatballs

Even simple family meals such as pork adobo can be turned into a company-worthy fare by adding a few simple ingredients
Pork Humba (Visayan Pork Adobo)

Pork Humba (Visayan Pork Adobo)

In the Southern part of the Philippines, specifically in the Visayas and other parts of Mindanao, there is a famous delicacy known to be the sweet version of adobo and folks call it Humba
Chicken and Pork Adobo My Style

Chicken and Pork Adobo My Style

If you ask any foreigner about Filipino food, this is one dish they know…ADOBO. There are numerous variants of the adobo recipe depending on ones preference
Filipino Chicken Adobo

Filipino Chicken Adobo

Also, adjust the measurement of the ingredients accordingly if you prefer your adobo to be on the sour (a little more vinegar), salty (more soy sauce), or sweet ( a bit more sugar) side
Delightful-E Yummy Creamy Adobo Pasta by Chef Bruce + Electrolux’s New Home

Delightful-E Yummy Creamy Adobo Pasta by Chef Bruce + Electrolux’s New Home

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Chicken Pork Adobo with 7UP

Chicken Pork Adobo with 7UP

Me for instance grew up with our adobo to be dry, fatty, oily, and a bit tangy and sometimes a bit salty, sour, and sweet
The Peach Kitchen’s Pork Adobo

The Peach Kitchen’s Pork Adobo

Adobo is one of the first dishes most moms teach their children when they’re old enough to cook. Ykaie has learned to embrace all kinds of adobo that we cook at home — from pork to chicken to squid
Special Chicken Adobo with Pineapple

Special Chicken Adobo with Pineapple

sweet potatoes, soy sauce, vinegar, black pepper, pineapple syrup, sugar, and water enough to cover the chicken or depending on how dry or saucy you want your adobo to be
Humba or Filipino Pork Adobo

Humba or Filipino Pork Adobo

Some like it sweetish. Really, humba or pork adobo is a party favorite among Filipinos. Personally, I like it saucy and a tad sweet, with lots of herbs and with lots of purple or white yam
Slow Cooker Spicy Filipino Chicken Adobo

Slow Cooker Spicy Filipino Chicken Adobo

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Pritong Tilapia with Thick Adobo Sauce

Pritong Tilapia with Thick Adobo Sauce

I would pair it with tomato and sweet & spicy shrimp paste with steaming hot rice. I created a sauce that can be paired our deep fried tilapia and came up with an adobo sauce