Hello everybody, it is Brad, welcome to my recipe site. Today, I’m gonna show you how to prepare a special dish, nitabugg's chicken adobo. One of my favorites. For mine, I will make it a little bit unique. This will be really delicious.
Nitabugg's Chicken Adobo is one of the most favored of current trending foods on earth. It is enjoyed by millions daily. It is simple, it’s quick, it tastes yummy. They’re nice and they look fantastic. Nitabugg's Chicken Adobo is something that I have loved my whole life.
Chicken Adobo is a type of Filipino chicken stew. Chicken pieces are marinated in soy sauce and spices, pan-fried, and stewed until tender. The dish gained popularity because of its delicious taste.
To get started with this recipe, we must prepare a few ingredients. You can cook nitabugg's chicken adobo using 14 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook that.
The ingredients needed to make Nitabugg's Chicken Adobo:
- Make ready 3 lb chicken or pork or both (1.5 lbs each if u use both)
- Make ready 1 Canola oil (a few tablespoons)
- Get Veggies
- Prepare 1 head garlic (minced)
- Get 1 large Sweet yellow onion
- Take 1 large Green & red bell pepper(diced or julienne cut)
- Prepare 2 medium russet potatoes (diced)
- Take Spices
- Prepare 1/2 cup soy sauce
- Make ready 3 tbsp Apple cider Vinegar (some folks use regular vinegar)
- Get 1 tsp ground black pepper
- Get 1 1/2 cup water
- Take 2 small Bay Leaves
- Get 1 Seasoning for meat (I used garlic powder & Tony Chachere's)
In this version, chicken is marinated in vinegar and soy sauce, then slowly cooked with garlic and spices. Chicken Adobo is the most popular and famous dish in the Philippines. Chicken is braised, low and slow, in tangy, vinegary garlic sauce until it is meltingly tender and falling off the bone. Chicken adobo is one of the many variations of the classic Filipino-style of cooking.
Steps to make Nitabugg's Chicken Adobo:
- Wash the meat & ensure that all fat is cut off of the chicken (if you are using chicken) pork needs 2 be cubed. U can use wingettes or cubed boneless breast also.
- Heat a skillet with a few tablespoons of canola oil or olive oil. Season meat with the garlic POWDER & Tony Seasoning (or seasoning of choice).
- Brown the meat (this is not the same as cooking it). Just sear it enough 2 make those seasonings stick. It may still be bleeding once you're done browning it, but its ok because your going 2 boil it anyway.
- Remove the meat and let it drain in a colander. Take all of the veggies except the diced potatoes & sauté. Us a wooden spoon & scrape that stuck on seasoning in the bottom (don't throw out as that makes for good flavor)
- Once the Veggies are brown and fragrant, drain veggies and add them as well as the meat back into the skillet. Then pour in the water, vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, ground black pepper, and the bay leaves.
- Let this boil for about 20 minutes. Then add the diced potatoes (this thickens the gravy). If u don't use potatoes use 2 tblspns of corn starch or all purpose flour). If it gets 2 thick with corn starch or flour simply add a little bit more water.
- Turn down the heat and let boil for about 10-15 mimutes. I usually taste the meat and potatoes. If done, I simmer it until ready to serve.
- Serve over favorite rice with a side of veggies. My family loves corn :)
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