Prep 20 mins
Cook 25 mins
An authentic Filipino recipe, delicious!
Make and share this Chicken Adobo recipe from Food.com.
- 8 -9 chicken thighs
- 2 cups water
- 2 cups low sodium soy sauce
- 1 large onion (cut into rings)
- 8 garlic cloves (chopped up)
- 3 bay leaves
- 2 tablespoons cooking sherry
- 1 teaspoon ground black pepper
- 3 tablespoons molasses
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- jasmine rice
- In pressure cooker, combine water, soy sauce, onion, garlic, bay leaves, sherry wine, black pepper and molasses. Place cooker over medium high heat with lid off so the liquid can start to heat up.
- In a separate pan, heat olive oil over medium to medium high heat. Brown the chicken thighs on both sides. Once browned, add directly to the liquid in the pressure cooker. Stir a bit to get the chicken thighs down into the liquid.
- Place lid on pressure cooker and bring heat up to high. Once the pressure cooker valve starts whistling and rocking around, drop the heat to medium high and set the timer for 25 minutes.
- Use this time to cook some jasmine rice. Make as much as you like and simply follow the directions on the bag. When the rice is done, remove it from the burner so the bottom doesn't burn and get hard.
- Once the 25 minutes are up, remove the pressure cooker from the heat and run cold water over it to release the pressure and open the cooker. Remove the bay leaves. Serve chicken and sauce over jasmine rice, ENJOY!
great recipe. a little salty, but one we will make again. thank you
really tasty! my sister doesn't like adobo (yes, she's full filipino), and yet she loves this recipe!
Sorry to say I don't have a pressure cooker and didn't notice til after adoption that it called for one. I did modify the recipe slighty for my taste. I used chicken stock instead of water, skipped the sherry and the molasses as I thought it might make the chicken too sweet for DH. I added some acid and vinegar and marinated all day then cooked stove top with carrots and the onions in the mix. I'm leaving4 stars because I did make changes to the recipe (not for the lack of pressure cooker) but I really feel it was missing the traditional adobo ingridents. Primarily VinegarThanks. Made for PAC Spring 09.