Pork Adobo is probably the most popular Pinoy Dish and it comes with different preparations. The most common way of cooking Adobo is by simply boiling the pork with soy sauce and vinegar and other ingredients until the fat comes out and the pork is tender.
Pasta Al Adobo Recipe from Chef Gen Capati
Pork Adobo is best paired with Rice or Pasta, YES Pasta!!! Checkout Chef Gen Capati’s recipe of Pasta Al Adobo.. Here it is:)
2 tbsp olive oil
1 ½ cups tomatoes, chopped
4 tbsp. soy sauce
4 tbsp water
200 grams cooked pork adobo, shredded
400 grams spaghetti, cooked al dente
2 tbsp crunchy garlic
1 tsp fresh parsley, coarsely chopped
Saute tomato, 1 tbsp. garlic crunch and shredded adobo in olive oil.
Add water and soy sauce. Simmer to reduce the sauce.
Add spaghetti and toss.
Serve in a pasta bowl, garnish with 1 tbsp garlic crunch and parsley.
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