Chicken Adobo

chicken adoboHow to make Chicken Adobo:

Chicken adobo is one of the most popular of the Filipino dishes to hit the west. It is tasty and easy to prepare. Chicken Adobo, is a dish that is actually eaten on a regular basis in the Philippines, and with recipes passed down from generation to generation.

Although Chicken Adobo is a “standard” dish, you’re likely to find that unless you’re served it by the same cook, it can vary from family to family and restaurant to restaurant. Some make Chicken Adobo with a thicker, more prominent sauce, sometimes that sauce features tomatoes. Some people make it more like a double-fried chicken. We’ve provided a recipe that is very close to the traditional.


8 half-chicken breast

2 bay leaves

1 cup of fish sauce (patis)

2 cloves of garlic

2 tablespoon of white vinegar

1/4 regular-size onion

2 slices of fresh ginger


1. Remove the skin from all the chicken breast and rinse.

2. After rinsing, place them in pan.

3. Add 2 cloves of garlic and 2 slices of ginger.

4. Add the onion, bay leaves, soy sauce, white vinegar, and a couple drops of salt and pepper.

5. Cook at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.

6. Reduce heat to 150 degress and cook for another 20 minutes

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