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Extremely Easy to Make! Prep time is accurate...5 minutes!!! What a quick way to get a tasty dinner on the table after work. The flavors were perfect, although I did not add any extra salt due to the saltiness of the soy sauce. I garnished this with chopped green onions and served with rice noodles. Thank you so much for posting craftscout. This goes in my desperation dinner file. Sue

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SweetSueAl June 06, 2007

very simple and easy, fast recipe. Definitely has a vinegary bite to it.

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Mivashel December 10, 2011

Extremely easy to make. I did not add any salt just a large sprinkle of scallions. Very tasty.

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gmode January 12, 2011

Adobo is my husbands favourite dish. It is one of the most famous Filipino dishes, but there are so many different variations. This is an excellent version, I love to cook the wings until they are blackened and caramelized and have absorbed all the sauce.

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micro_ang August 26, 2010

Very easy and tasty. I made as written but next time I'd add a little red pepper flakes for a bit of spice. Also I'd be sure to remove skin first, as it inhibited flavor getting in where the skin covered. Smells very vinegary but tastes great!

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Demandy April 10, 2009

Easy, fast and delicious. It's a lot like the Japanese Mum's chicken recipe. My son really enjoyed it. Thank you.

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Nado2003 September 29, 2008

we use knorr seasoning instead of soy sauce, try it, it really kicks it up a notch!

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alexbitong August 08, 2008

An excellent recipe. Now I can enjoy the famous Adobo Chicken all my Filipino friends were raving about throughout my childhood. I made 4 servings by using five 4 oz chicken breasts. Simmering with the lid on for a while as the recipe says will help keep the chicken moist. Otherwise you will be adding small amounts of water towards the end. It may smell strong of vinegar, but it goes great with a serving of white rice. Excellent recipe, extremely simple to make. Loved it.

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Tuija August 07, 2008

Fabulous dish! Even the people in my house who profess to hate vinegar loved this. I used chicken thighs and skipped the peppercorns because I didn't have them, just sprinkled on some pepper instead. It is also a fabulous low-carb dish for those who watch their carbs. I served it with steamed broccoli.

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Sooz Cooks July 17, 2008

This recipe was incredibly easy and very very good. The meat was tender and juicy. I turned the chicken about 25 minutes in and I added a little bit of cornstarch/water mixture towards the end to thicken the sauce a little. I served it with rice and finadene sauce. YUM!

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aznbbdoll January 22, 2008
Filipino Chicken Adobo (Adobong Manok)