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how many posts before does it take to start another page...
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how many posts before does it take to start another page...
hmmm...at first post 23 was on page 1...then I added a post 24, which moved post 23 to page 2.
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Chicken - Pork Adobo
INGREDIENTS:

•1/2 kilo pork cut into servings pieces
•1/2 kilo chicken ( a combination of chicken wings or drumstick)
•1/2 small garlic head (macerated )
•1 tsp. peppercorn (crushed )
•1 tbs salt
•1/4 tsp. ground pepper
•1/2 cup vinegar
•1/2 cup soy sauce
•1 cup water (enough to cover meat)
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1.Combine all ingredients in a heavy sauce pan.
2.Cover and simmer until meat is tender. (If the meat is still tough and there is no more stock add 1/2 cup of water and continue simmering)
3.When the meat is tender, remove the pork and chicken from the sauce pan drain and set aside.
4.Put the sauce on a separate pan and set aside.
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1.On a frying pan, heat cooking oil and brown the pork and chicken on all sides.
2.When the meat are all brown, transfer to a serving dish.
3.Pour the sauce on the frying pan that you used in frying the meat and bring to a boil for a few minutes
4.Pour the sauce over the meat and serve.
5.Serve hot and eat with plain boiled rice.
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Another Recipe For Adobo
This recipe is the basic recipe for Adobo it does not include the frying part as mentioned above but still taste the same.
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Ingredients:

1 kg chicken mixed pieces
1/2 cup vinegar
1 whole garlic crushed
2 pieces bay leaves
1 cup water
1/2 cup soy sauce
salt and pepper to taste
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1. Marinate chicken pieces in vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, salt and pepper for at least 30 minutes in a bowl.
2. In an uncovered saucepan, boil marinated chicken for at least 10 minutes
3. Add water and bay leaves; boil then let it simmer until sauce thickened or almost dry.
4. Serve with plain cooked rice.
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Note: The variations from the basic recipe can be pork, liver or combination of pork and chicken.
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