Adobong Baboy (Braised Pork in Tangy Sauce)

Adobong Baboy

Adobo (a famous filipino dish cooked in vinegar and soy sauce) is a filipino food favorite. May the recipe be done with pork, chicken or a combination of both. It could be also good with beef. There are lots of variations in cooking adobo recipe, which I have listed below after the adobong baboy recipe.

Filipinos (Pinoy –as we call ourselves) love garlicky and tangy flavors of food dishes. That’s why adobo recipe was created. Just by smelling the aroma of it, you’ll surely feel hungry or even salivate.

Filipino food like this adobong baboy, is one of my favorite recipe cooking list.

Get the recipe:  Adobong Baboy (Braised Pork in Tangy Sauce)

 

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14 Responses to “Adobong Baboy (Braised Pork in Tangy Sauce)”

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  1. Vangz says:

    I’ve tried this for dinner tonight and it’s a big hit…thanks for the tip. My husband liked it.

  2. fifi says:

    thank you so much for the recipe! it’s my first time to cook a real meal and having it turn out so good has encouraged me to cook all the more =)

  3. AYDS says:

    thanks for having such recipe’s in internet.i and my daughter learned how to cook.its amazing.i enjoy it much.i love cooking now.put some more recipe.thanks again.its me aydsdom of squamish canada.

  4. daphne says:

    thank you so much for the recipe my boyfriend love it . . .

  5. jumar canales says:

    yummy tlaga

  6. gleizelle says:

    i really really love adobong baboy!!!!hmmmmmmm sooooooo yummyyyy!!!!

  7. alice kilby says:

    thank you so much for the recipe my husband favorite adobo the taste is amazing *-* pilipino recipe is the best

  8. Daewoon says:

    Thanks a lot… its very helpful to all the ofw around the world!!!

  9. i love adobong baboy….yeheyyyyyyyyyyyy

  10. bing says:

    i liked this version of adobo. tnx!

  11. jing jing says:

    nice recipe I love it..Thank u so so much for sharing ur recipe to us…God Bless You Always..

  12. adobomg baboy says:

    nice and good nelicious adobong baboy

  13. REd Navarro says:

    I miss my mum. she used to cook adobo with a secret ingredient…which makes it jucier and yummier and masaraper…hehe..wanna know it?

  14. ms.mary t. says:

    thank you soooo much for the recipe. my family loves my pork adobo. it’s the first time i’ve ever cooked pork adobo and i’m a filipina!!

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