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Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Wash the meat and cut it into pieces you desire. Put the meat, salt, vinegar, crushed garlic and peppercorn together and allow it to cook for 30 minutes.
  2. In your skillet, on medium heat, put cooking oil and crushed garlic. When garlic is brown, add chopped onions and tomatoes.
  3. When tomatoes are done, add the pork adobo with juices and cook it for another 30 minutes on simmer.
  4. Serve with steamed rice.


Most Helpful

i was in a hurry, had only weird things left in the fridge - i had everything i needed to make this dish - my husband loved it, my kids loved it - i thought it was great - i used 2 large pork steaks (which was what i had on hand) but apart from that followed the recipe, minus marinating - i just cooked the meat in the marinade and it turned out fine - my 6 yo son loved the "sauce" on his rice... :)

mamazee October 30, 2002

I think step one is marinating step only & step 2&3 are the actual cooking steps. In step 3 you add the marinated pork less garlic & peppercorns, just the juice. Thats what I did and turned out to be a wonderful dish. I just added another half cup of water & simmer longer to make the meat more tender. Adjusted my salt and vinegar accordingly. Worth the try!

MommyA July 25, 2007

I tried the recipe. It was good. I too thought it was strange to put garlic in twice. I did and the dish ended up with too much garlic taste. It was still good and would eat it again.

Alisha H September 16, 2004

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