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How to cook pork adobo

This is a quick and easy Filipino dish. You can use chicken also! 😃

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INGREDIENTS
Gather supplies.

Gather supplies.

Chop up onions.  Cut up pork tenderloin in bite size pieces and rub in pepper, soy sauce and oyster sauce.

Chop up onions. Cut up pork tenderloin in bite size pieces and rub in pepper, soy sauce and oyster sauce.

Warm up oil in large pot and saut\u00e9 garlic.

Warm up oil in large pot and sauté garlic.

Add onions...

Add onions...

Add brown sugar and continue to saut\u00e9...

Add brown sugar and continue to sauté...

Mix brown sugar in well...

Mix brown sugar in well...

Add in pork tenderloin...

Add in pork tenderloin...

Mix ingredients well...

Mix ingredients well...

Add vinegar....

Add vinegar....

Add water...(the aroma is mouth-watering!)

Add water...(the aroma is mouth-watering!)

Add bay leaves...

Add bay leaves...

Mix well. Cover and let simmer over medium heat for 1 hour.

Mix well. Cover and let simmer over medium heat for 1 hour.

Pork tenderloin is done when the adobo sauce is absorbed and almost near evaporation...🌟Tip: don't let sauce burn, leave a little in the pot to keep meat moist. Serve over white rice and enjoy!!! 😋

  • 1.0Tbsp Garlic
  • 0.0c Onions
  • 1.0c Water
  • 3.0Tbsp Vegetable oil
  • 0.0c Vinegar
  • 4.0 Bay leaves
  • 0.0tsp Black pepper
  • 4.0Tbsp Brown sugar
  • 0.0c Soy sauce (reduced sodium)
  • 2.0Tbsp Oyster flavored sauce
  • 2.0lb Pork tenderloin