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    Kitchen Dictionary: adobo

    Pronounced: ah-DOH-boh

    adobo

    Adobo is (1) a Philippine dish of braised chicken and pork with coconut milk or (2) a Philippine seasoning composed of chilies, herbs and vinegar. (3) Adobo SAUCE or paste is of Mexican origin and is a dark-red rather piquant sauce made with ground chile peppers, sesame seeds, peanuts, bread or crackers (wheat flour, salt, and corn starch), sugar, vinegar, garlic, pepper, and other spices. Chipotle chiles are often sold packed in adobo sauce.

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    Season: available year-round

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    Nutrition Facts

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