Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Chicken Adobo (Chinese Style)

In my previous post, I have mentioned about Adobo, how it's being connected to culture. This time, I just made this name up since all the ingredients are almost the same with the original Adobo. I used oyster sauce and sesame oil to enhance Chinese flavor.

1/2 kilo chicken
olive oil for stir frying
1 teaspoon oyster sauce
1 teaspoon light soy sauce
salt (optional)
ground pepper to taste
4 cloves garlic, minced
green onion, chopped
sherry or cooking wine (optional)
chili (optional)
sesame oil

Marinate the chicken in oyster sauce, soy sauce, salt, and pepper for about 30 minutes. Heat oil, stir-fry the marinated chicken for few minutes. Add garlic, wine, chili, few drops of sesame oil. Add drops of water and let it boil until the sauce thicken or the chicken is cooked. Sprinkle the green onion. Serve hot.
Serve with steamed rice or eat with broccoli as side dish.


niko said...

kagutom naman your picture!! waaaaaaaaaah

thanks for dropping by my blog!

anniebakes said...

That looks fabulous, would love that for lunch today!


Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

That looks just so yummy. Diane

Angie's Recipes said...

This looks totally mouthwatering! Love the colour and the combination of broccoli...well-balanced!

Jess @ Bakericious said...

looks yummy

Anncoo said...

Mmm...looks delicious with simple recipe. Bookmarked!

maiylah said...

looks like it's still steaming hot!
yum yum yum

Cecile said...

wow, sarap naman ng entry mo, kakagutom :-(

thanks sa recipe ha...will try it next time :-)

Vernz said...

inviting ... love those broccoli ...
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Certified Foodies said...

Wow. I love that you included broccoli with the adobo. Yummy! :)

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Luna Miranda said...

i love that you garnished your adobo with steamed broccoli. looks fantastic!

Lynn said...

Wow, the presentation is great. We call in at the office as "pang-commercial". Looks really yummy. Haven't tried my adobo with oyster sauce and sesame oil. I love oyster sauce though in chopsuey and bean sprouts.

FoodTripFriday said...

Talagang Adobo is very versatile pinoy food, kahit anong version,masarap pa rin.

Gizelle said...

This is a very creative spin to our traditional adobo! Yummy!

shydub said...

Sosy ng chicken adobo mo sistah, my broccoli hehe. sarao kamayin with mainit na umuusok na kanin

Celeste said...

YUM! This looks amazing!ihopeyou

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