Adobo - Thermomix Recipes from Steph

Adobo

Originally posted on Forum Thermomix by Mayet

http://www.forumthermomix.com/index.php?topic=1989.0

Ingredients

1/2 onion

1 MC cider vinegar

1/2 MC white vinegar

1 MC water

2 cloves garlic

1/4 teaspoon salt

3 bay leaves

1 teaspoon black peppercorns

3 chicken thigh fillets chopped

500-600g pork rashers chopped

3 tablespoons soy sauce

1/2-1 mc brown sugar

Oil for frying

Place onion and garlic in TMX chop on 7 for 5 seconds

Add oil and saute for 3 minutes 100 degrees speed 1

Add meat, vinegar, water, salt, bay leaves and peppercorns cook for 20 mins at 100 degrees speed soft.

Add soy sauce and sugar cook further 5 minutes.

Serve with white rice.

8 Comments »

  1. avatar Sally T Says:

    Just wondering what pork rashers are? Is that bacon?

  2. avatar Steph Says:

    Hi Sally,

    Yes this recipe is referring to bacon!

    Lovely to hear from you. Hope the family has a wonderful Christmas!

    Steph xo

  3. avatar chooi-nee Says:

    Pork rashers are actually pork spare ribs.
    500-600g of bacon is actually a lot of bacon

  4. avatar Deb Says:

    Made this tonight and it was great. So easy in the Thermomix. Will try adding some vegetables next time – carrot and potato maybe…

  5. avatar Steph Says:

    Just curious as to whether or not you used bacon or the spare ribs the chooi-nee suggested? As I have used Bacon..

  6. avatar Deb Says:

    I used spare ribs and the meat was very tender and juicy. We first tasted this dish at a Phillippine food festival and they used the spare ribs. Also this dish has a hidden benefit…my Thermomix bowl had some stubborn brown stains on the bottom, I’d tried cleaning it with vinegar but with not much change, however after cooking this it was sparkling again!

  7. avatar Deb Says:

    I used pork rashers – spare ribs. The meat was very tender and tasty. We first tasted this dish at a Phillippine Food Festival and they used spare ribs. I found this dish has an added bonus of cleaning the Thermomix bowl so it is sparkling like new! Ours had some brown stains but after cooking adobo it was looking great again.

  8. avatar Rachel Armstrong Says:

    Hi – thank you thank you for posting a Filipino dish. My husband will be in heaven. Regards, Rachel

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