Adobo is a Spanish word for sauce, seasoning or marinade, mainly used in Latin American- and Southwest U.S.-style cooking as well as in the Philippines. The noun form "Adobo" generally describes a marinade or seasoning mix. Adobo is also a style of cooking used in Filipino cuisine. In Filipino cuisine Adobo refers to a common cooking process indigenous to the Philippines, The dish was named after the Spanish who found this indigenous cooking process that involved Stewing with Vinegar, they called it Adobo and henceforth dishes prepared in this manner in the Philippines came to be known as Adobo, this video is a neat representation of the cooking process, read the instructions which are easy to follow, those who love chicken adobo will love this video.
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