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The Adobo Project
Joined: Dec 11, 2005
Posted to Thread #1371 at 7:14 pm on Apr 5, 2006
Hereís a little reading material Ė lol!
As youíll see from the following recipes, a small batch of homemade adobo goes a long way. The recipes are in the order that I made them and my notes follow each.
I also made grilled chicken adobo that was an easy adaptation of one in the book that I got from my local library. I marinated four large boneless, skinless chicken breasts for 1.5 hours and grilled them on my double-burner grill pan. They turned out with a nice spicy-coated exterior and the chicken was tender inside. Iím sure the chicken would taste wonderful thinly sliced for a salad.
If you see any recipes that I didnít post but were mentioned in the book, let me know and Iíll post them.
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- 1371. The Adobo Project - Sandy_in_Philly - 7:14pm on 04/05/06 (12)
- Adobo Sauce - Sandy_in_Philly - 7:15pm on 04/05/06
- Thank you for this, - Denice - 10:10pm on 04/05/06
- source for dried guajillo chiles - darylGA - 12:29am on 04/06/06
- Balsamic Vinegar-Adobo Sauce - Sandy_in_Philly - 8:13pm on 04/05/06
- Decadent-yum [NT] - Denice - 10:11pm on 04/05/06
- Chuleta de Puerco en Vinagre Balsamico - Sandy_in_Philly - 8:14pm on 04/05/06
- Wish my dh ate p chops! [NT] - Denice - 10:13pm on 04/05/06
- Chipotle Rouille - Sandy_in_Philly - 8:15pm on 04/05/06
- Yum again [NT] - Denice - 10:29pm on 04/05/06
- Huachinango a la Talla - Sandy_in_Philly - 8:16pm on 04/05/06
- and again [NT] - Denice - 10:29pm on 04/05/06
- Wow, this was quite a project! Thanks for the great-looking recipes. [NT] - Curious1 - 2:40pm on 04/06/06