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Easy Pork Adobo Recipe

An Easy Pork Stew recipe from the Philippines that's easy to make for the family in less than an hour.

Ingredients

Scale

3 lbs. of Organic Pork Butt 

3 cloves of garlic

2 bay leaves

Black Pepper

1/2 cup of Light Soy Sauce

1 cup of white vinegar

1 cup chicken stock

1 cup of cold water

1 tablespoon of brown sugar

1 tablespoon of Annato oil

Instructions

Easy Pork Adobo Recipe, An Easy Pork Stew recipe from the Philippines that's easy to make for the family in less than an hour. via @easyweeknightmeals #porkstew #porkadobo #easyfamilymealDice the pork butt in large squarish pieces. We use a purveyor named, Butcher Box. 

In a bowl, marinate the pork with the Annato oil, cracked black pepper, sugar, and garlic (either finely diced or crushed).

After 20 minutes of marinading, transfer the pork to a dutch oven or any large pot that has a lid. 

Then add the vinegar, chicken stock, bay leaves, and water in the pot over high heat. 

Bring to a boil lid off, then bring the flame down to medium-high and cover for half an hour. 

Take the lid off and bring the heat back up to high and render the liquid down for the last 5+ minutes. 

 

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Notes

Serve over white rice and side of spinach. Make the rice during the marinading time. Flash fry the spinach right before serving dish. Perfect when paired with a leathery cabernet sauvignon. 

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