Pork Adobo WITH PICTURES!!!!


So this recipe is totally the same as the chicken one, cept I used pork baby back ribs. It smelled really good in the house, like some kind of tasty sausage.

1- very large pack baby back ribs
3/4 cup soy sauce
1/2 cup white wine vinegar
2 cups water
1 whole head garlic chopped
2 bay leaves
olive oil

In a dutch oven (or large pot) coat bottom with olive oil. Brown ribs on both sides until slightly golden. Add everything else to pot, cover and simmer for about 25 minutes. If you want your ribs softer and falling off the bone continue to boil until

How it looks while boiling in the pot (this is my dutch oven it is a Les Crueset, they are sooo expensive but damn they cook a good meal)

How it looks after husband gets a hold of it (see he pours the juice over the rice)

This is how just the ribs look when they are done. Then he poured the sauce on em, stuck a lid on and took em to go for lunch!


J said...

wow! Looks so yummy!!! =)

J said...

hi Shannon. I wanna know what brand of soy sauce you are using for the adobo? Obviously, what was using in Phils, isn't available here so I tried making adobo using a different brand and it tasted weird.

*~Sarah Lynn~* said...

WOW! I LOVE pork adobo! I've also had chicken & pork adobo when I was in the Philippines! My other favorite Filipino dish is Pansit!

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