Chef Pam Obieta’s Chicken Adobo

Thank you Spicebox Travels !

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adobo garniLast fall, I had the amazing opportunity to accompany my husband on a multi-Asian destination work trip.  Our first stop was in Manila.  I had only 30 hours or so, so I spent my one full day there not shopping, as most people staying in the fashionable suburb of Makati would, but learning to cook.  Previously, I shared my experience cooking with Chef Pam Obieta, and her recipe for PInakbet, Filipino Vegetable Stew.  Chef Pam runs the culinary program at De La Salle University, and has recently opened her private kitchen to teach cooking classes. I can say that she taught me everything I know about Filipino cooking!

Since my return, the one recipe which I’ve made over and over is the one Filipino dish most familiar to non-Filipinos– adobo.  It’s a classic for a reason.  It’s simple and made with readily available ingredients, and quick to cook, belying…

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About Pam

Teacher, cook, foodie, wanderlust
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One Response to Chef Pam Obieta’s Chicken Adobo

  1. aislinnpaula says:

    Awwww. I love adobo!!!!! 🙂 Thanks for stopping by on my blog po. 🙂 Hope to see you around and hope to get the taste of your cooking. hehe

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