#FoodTravelSeries Ep.3: A Taste of The Philippines

#FoodTravelSeries Ep.3: A Taste of The Philippines

Grace takes us to the Philippines with the popular dish pork adobo. The national dish of the Philippines may well be adobo as it’s such a popular dish. The Filipino adobo is a cooking process or technique where meat, seafood or indigenous vegetables are braised in a mixture of soy sauce and vinegar along with aromatics such as garlic, onions, peppercorns, and bay leaves.⠀Other popular dishes that you will find in the Philippines include singing, halo-halo, lumpier and lechon. Pork adobo is best served with rice. Rice is important in the Filipino diet and you usually find rice eaten at almost every meal.

Filipinos are naturally hospitable and sociable. Food is an integral of the Filipino culture as is brings families and communities together. Grace is a Filipino local based in capital of the Philippines, Manila. In episode 3 of the #FoodTravelSeries, she shows us how to make Adobo. Grace says it’s delicious and simple wholesome meal to make! She works part time as a local tour guide and loves to travel to explore many places in her own country. Grace loves experiencing new cultures through the people she meets. You can book her as a tour guide through the showaround app and catch up with her on YouTube.

You can substitute pork for chicken if you would like and cook it according to the instructions in the recipe.⠀

Makes 3-4 Servings | Cooking Time: 1 hr 20 minutes

Pork Adobo Ingredients:

  • 1.5 lbs (700g) Pork or chicken, cut into small pieces
  • 2 Tbsp Garlic, minced or crushed
  • 5 Pieces of bay leaves
  • 1 White onion
  • 1 Red onion
  • 1 Tbsp Black pepper
  • 4 Pieces of chillies
  • 1 Tbsp of corn starch
  • 1.5 Tbsp salt
  • 3.5 Tbsp vinegar
  • 1/3 Cup soy sauce, to taste

How to make Pork Adobo:

You can watch Grace show you how to make pork adobo in the video below. If you do try Grace’s recipe, share your pictures by tagging @diywithjoy_ and @dg_cave using the hashtag #FoodTravelSeries

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@dg_cave takes us to the Philippines with the popular dish pork adobo. 🇵🇭🇵🇭🇵🇭 The national dish of the Philippines may well be the adobo, a stew of pork or chicken cooked with soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, bay leaf and peppercorns. “Adobo” means sauce in Spanish but the Filipino version was indigenous to the islands long before the arrival of Magellan. Other popular dishes include singing, halo-halo, lumpier and lechon. Rice is important in the Filipino diet and may be eaten at every meal. Serve your pork adobo with rice 🍚 You can find the full list of ingredients on the previous post. ⠀ Filipinos are naturally hospitable and sociable. Food is an integral of the Filipino culture as is brings families and communities together. Grace is a Filipino local based in capital of the Philippines, Manila. She works part time as a local tour guide and loves to travel to explore many places in her own country. Grace loves experiencing new cultures through the people she meets. You can book her as a tour guide through the @showaroundcom app and catch up with her via her YouTube channel ‘ArRce Channel’. ⠀ If you do try Grace’s recipe, share your pictures by tagging @diywithjoy_ and using the hashtag #FoodTravelSeries ⠀ ⠀ Thanks for tuning in! See you at the next episode of #FoodTravelSeries 🍽⠀

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Check out some interesting facts about the Philippines:

Copy of Cooking Indredients

Thanks for tuning in! See you at the next episode of the #FoodTravelSeries

 

 

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