Mention Filipino food and Adobo will almost always top the list. From pork to chicken, to even seafood and vegetables, Filipinos all around the globe will always crave for this staple. This dish also brings out the culinary creativity from different regions in the Philippines. Others would add more ingredients to this dish, discovering tasty pairs along the way while others would stick to the original recipe.
We, at Rice N Dine, would also like to embark in cooking Adobo and its seemingly infinite variations and so we started with Pork Adobong Natural. This dish is basically the usual Adobo sans the soy sauce. It has salt, though. For me, using salt instead of soy sauce makes the garlic of the dish more prominent and flavorful! I love this variation as much as I love the original recipe (which we promise to share on the coming days)!
So what do you think? Do like this one or do you still prefer the original Adobo? Let us know! 🙂
Pork Adobong Natural
- 1 lb Pork, cut into squares
- 1/2 cup Vinegar
- 1/2 cup Water
- 1/8 tsp Pepper
- 1/2 tsp Salt
- 4 cloves Garlic
- In a pot over medium heat, place pork, vinegar, water and garlic.
- Cook for 20-30 mins or until pork is tender.
- Add salt and pepper (you may need to tweak the salt depending on your preference).