Earlier today, my partner and I don’t know what to eat for lunch, and because I’m a superwoman, I checked the fridge, see what I can cook with the only ingredients I have in there.
I stared at the pork ribs literally for about 3 minutes, and decided to cook our favorite “Adobo.” I don’t know what’s that called in English, but that’s what we call it here in Ph.
I love cooking this instant dish because all I need is the meat (of course), soy sauce, vinegar, pepper sugar and garlic, which you can really see in your pantry. So I grabbed the ribs, washed it and marinated it, minced the garlic, and cooked it. And, viola, I have my adobo in as fast as 15-20 minutes.
So don’t worry, I’ll share the ingredients and MY way of cooking this special recipe (as there are a lot of different ways in cooking this dish), check down below.
- Pork meat or ribs (preferably Pork Loin/Kasim in tagalog and/or spareribs)
- Soy Sauce
- White Vinegar
- 1 tablespoon Sugar
Measurements depends on the serving.
- Marinate the pork with soy sauce pepper and garlic.
- Heat the pan or wok, and put a little oil in it.
- Put in the ribs and fry until medium brown.
- As soon as it’s medium brown, put in the marinade.
- Add water. Wait until it boils.
- Once meat is tender, and marinade evaporated, remove the meat from the pan.
- Check if there’s still oil in the pan, then sauté the garlic until medium brown.
- Put back the meat and add soy sauce, water, vinegar and sugar.
- Wait for it t boil.
- Turn of heat and it’s ready to serve.