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    "CPA" or Chicken and Pork Adobo is one of the Filipino's staple dishes. Actually, one can throw in almost any main ingredient into the soy sauce and coconut vinegar basic sauce. I think sugar cane vinegar works best. One could also use leftover fried/roasted chicken/pork. CPA takes me back to a lifetime ago in Cebu City, where I grew up. I would gladly forego spaghetti and other more elaborate dishes for the adobo served with piping hot rice. It reminds me of happy, noisy (and loud) conversations with my family around the dinner table.

    Recipe #454607

    1 Reviews |  By Anne Co

    This recipe was born out of homesickness during my first year in Germany. We were lucky enough to have an Asian store close by for the lemon grass. Its best to use the regular/young chicken. I tried using hen, but turned out rubbery and it didn't smell too good either. Sea salt really brings out the flavor while the lemon grass adds to the "kick" factor of the dish. If you have a coal-burning oven, then you will have a more flavorful effect. Now, its been my family's favorite and I prepare it during gatherings. Enjoy!

    Recipe #368478


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