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Fresh Filipino Food at Home

Fresh Filipino Food at Home

Highlights
    • TIME-CRUNCHED? While an overnight marinade is ideal, you’ll still get great results with a 30-minute marinade. Also, you can skip the browning step—it will still be delicious!
    • MEATY ALTERNATIVES. Cut-up chicken can be substituted with 2 pounds of boneless chicken breasts or pork shoulder, cut into bite-size pieces and prepared according to the recipe.
    • MORE EXOTIC FARE. Love far-out flavors? Check out Use Your Noodle: Fun New Flavors for Spaghetti.

Americans are falling in love with Filipino cooking. Not familiar? Let’s get you acquainted. Much like other ethnic fares, food from the Philippines has roots in cuisines from many parts of the world—Malaysia, Spain, Mexico and even China. While it’s hard to pin down a “typical” flavor that categorizes this cuisine, you’ll most commonly find dishes that aren’t too spicy, feature pork or chicken and utilize acidic ingredients, such as vinegar and citrus.

An easy and delicious “starter” dish to introduce you to Filipino cooking is also one of the most classic. It’s called Chicken Adobo and it’s supremely simple. Made with just a few ingredients and steps that can be tweaked based on your time and preferences (see our tips below), it’s all cooked in one pan like the REVERE® CLEAN PAN™ 3-QT HARD ANODIZED ALUMINUM NON-STICK SAUTÉ PAN. So cleanup is a snap! (You can thank us later.)

Best of all? This is one of those dishes that tastes even better the next day, as the flavors have a chance to develop. So, make a simple salad and plenty of rice (to soak up the delicious sauce), and enjoy this authentic take on Filipino cuisine today and tomorrow!

FILIPINO CHICKEN ADOBO

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Highlights
    • TIME-CRUNCHED? While an overnight marinade is ideal, you’ll still get great results with a 30-minute marinade. Also, you can skip the browning step—it will still be delicious!
    • MEATY ALTERNATIVES. Cut-up chicken can be substituted with 2 pounds of boneless chicken breasts or pork shoulder, cut into bite-size pieces and prepared according to the recipe.
    • MORE EXOTIC FARE. Love far-out flavors? Check out Use Your Noodle: Fun New Flavors for Spaghetti.