Friday, May 11, 2012

Slow Cooker Filipino Chicken Adobo Recipe from The Perfect Pantry

Slow Cooker Filipino Chicken Adobo
Filipino Chicken Adobo, cooked in the slow Cooker!

(For Friday Favorites we spotlight past recipes that you may have missed, and this recipe for Slow Cooker Filipino Chicken Adobo from the Perfect Pantry would taste good any time of year!)

Adobo made with chicken or pork is probably the national dish of the Phillipines, with every Filipino cook adding their own variations to the recipe.  What's consistent is that adobo will always have vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, and bay leaves to flavor the sauce that the meat cooks in.  This recipe for Slow Cooker Filipino Chicken Adobo from The Perfect Pantry sounds like a delicious variation to me, perfect for a day when you want dinner to cook while you're busy at home.

Ingredients for this recipe:
boneless and skinless chicken thighs, garlic, bay leaf, reduced-sodium soy sauce, white vinegar, ginger, black pepper, brown sugar, cornstarch or arrowroot, chicken stock, and sliced scallions and cooked white rice for serving

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe!  Use this link to get the recipe for Slow Cooker Filipino Chicken Adobo from The Perfect Pantry.

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Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) said...

Thanks, Kalyn. This was one of my first slow cooker recipes, and I've made it over and over again because my family loves it so.

Kalyn said...

Lydia, I can certainly see why! Fun to hear it was one of your first slow cooker recipes, because now I think you are so skilled at using the slow cooker.

CJ said...

Oh yum!

ElizabethQ said...

I am so happy to see the Filipino Adobo featured on this post. We love it and so does everyone else. Adobo cooked low and slow, and enjoyed days after is always the best! Thanks for sharing, Kalyn! You just made me and thousands of Filipino food enthusiasts happy!

Kalyn Denny said...

Elizabeth, so glad, and I love this dish!

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