Adobo – Philippines #ASEANcuisine
Adobo is considered one of the Philippine’s most popular dishes, similar to the Thai egg and pork in sweet brown sauce. Despite the name being derived from Spanish, the taste and composition is unique to the taste of the Filipino people. Bring the meat to a boil with fermented vinegar from the nectar of coconut sugar, cane juice, and rice, rendering the meat tender, sour, and sweet. Then, it is served with steaming hot rice. In the past, this dish was considered popular among travelers because it can be stored for a long time. Today, it is considered a must-try for everyone travelling to the Philippines due to its unique and alluring taste. The dish can easily be found at local restaurants throughout the country.