This you’ve got to try. Aside from the fact that chicken cooked via sous vide comes out really moist and tender(well almost any other food does), this bbq marinade is really delicious. Unlike most bbq sauces with very pronounced smoky flavors, this one presents a unique blend of sweet, fruity, and tangy characteristics. Not that […]
There are just some dishes that are too good in all their simplicity, and doing them wrong is just quite close to impossible. Adobo definitely belongs to that list hence its well-deserved popularity. Though countless recipe variations may be found, you’ll notice that staple ingredients come down to a protein, some vinegar, and garlic. The dish […]
Who doesn’t love adobo? Would it still be possible to improve on something already so well-loved by many? That’s something certainly worth trying. An adobo is basically a stew of meat or poultry in a vinegar-based sauce. All we know of stewing is that while it may be an effective technique for tenderizing and forcing flavor into […]
This authentic Filipino dish is a definite must-try. It’s simply delicious. An authentic Kare-Kare should be made with oxtail, though several variations using pork hocks may also be seen. Not everyone at home loves oxtail so I added in some beef short ribs as well. I just didn’t want to totally get rid of the […]
Did you know that the adobo, a dish Filipinos are well-known for, is of Spanish and/or Portuguese origin? Though entirely different from the Spanish Adobo of preserving meat in a dry-rub of spices, early Spanish conquerors termed the local Philippine stew as adobo. Filipino adobo is basically a meat dish stewed in a vinegar and spice broth. Though variations came up across the different Philippine regions, the staple ingredients always included a meat as a main component, vinegar, garlic, and black peppercorns.