Adobo with Pineapple Delight
Adobo is a Filipino dish. There are many ways in which you can cook adobo. Here is one delicious way of cooking a true Filipino favorite.
How to Cook Adobo Pineapple Delight
You will need:
½ kg pork kasim (shoulder)/chicken – wash with water (pork - cut into small cubes)
1/3 cup vinegar, 2/3 cup soy sauce, 1 ½ cup water – mix together in a casserole
A pinch of black pepper
4 pcs. bay leaves
1 tbsp. Cooking oil
100 g canned pineapple tidbits – do not put away the juice
3 medium sized potatoes – each cut into 4 pcs.
4 pcs. garlic cloves (chopped)
1 small sized onion (cut into thin slices)
1. Heat the pork kasim or chicken in a casserole with the mixture of vinegar, soy sauce and water, stove must be with medium heat (about 15-20 mins.). Do not cover while heating. Bring to a boil. Stop heating when pork/chicken is tender and the sour vinegar smell becomes unnoticed. Separate the pork from the base.
2. Heat a pan and put in cooking oil – medium heat. When cooking oil is ready, sauté the garlic cloves, onion, potato, pork/chicken and the pineapple tidbits with the pineapple juice until all ingredients are cooked (potato and pork/chicken should turn golden brown). The canned pineapple should bring a good sweet taste.
3. After you cooking the sauté, take off the pan from the fire, put the sauté on the casserole with the pre-heated mixture of vinegar, soy sauce and water. Add a pinch of black pepper and the bay leaves. Heat it again for another 5 minutes with low fire to bring it to a boil. Turn off your stove. Serve and enjoy. (Makes about 6-8 servings)