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Pork adobo or adobong baboy

Pork adobo or Adobong Baboy is a pork-based dish processed using adobo method by Filipinos. Adobo is a traditional technique or recipe for making durable food and is usually placed in containers for long-distance traveling. This method is widely applied to other foodstuffs and is very popular in the Philippines.

Pork adobo is a traditional cooking or pork processing technique to last longer by Filipinos. Pork is cooked with soy sauce, vinegar, and garlic as a national pride dish because it is very popular, easy in preparation, and long storage period. Adobo is not limited to pork, where the same technique is applied to chicken adobo, goat adobo, beef adobo, squid adobo and shrimp adobo.

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The Filipinos have emerged with a unique and varied style in cooking this dish where the Philippines consists of about 7,107 islands in the availability of materials and traditions passed down from generation to generation or from ethnic such as Adobo sa Gata (in Southern Luzon), white adobo, crispy adobo and others.

Adobo is an iconic dish of nations born of the beautiful union between East and West. These dishes are usually served with white rice, but now also enjoyed in sandwiches, salads and pasta dishes. A group of young Filipino entrepreneurs have also built sushi rolls filled with adobo chips.

This cuisine has made waves to the furthest and praised in world-renowned restaurants where rice vinegar, coconut milk, soy sauce, garlic, and chili make a note of classic Pinoy delicacy is a soft meat with the addition of green beans and pea shoot salad.

Pork adobo generally uses pork belly meat, minced garlic, dried laurel leaves, vinegar, soy sauce, peppercorns, water and salt. Meat is smeared with soy sauce and garlic to stand for 1 hour, then put in a pan over a fire and added water, peppercorns, and bay leaves to boil.

The final step is cooled to an hour and then apply vinegar and salt to boil again for 15 minutes and add enough salt. This cuisine is very easy to find all over the country and is served in street food to luxury restaurants. Pork adobo or adobong baboy is pork dish in adobo technique by Filipinos

Location: Philippines

Routes and public transport: Traveling all over the country. the biggest flight is to Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila.

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