Friday, October 15, 2010

Chicken Adobo (Japanese Style)

Japanese Style Chicken Adobo
 Previously I cooked Chinese Style Adobo , today I made it into Japanese Style Adobo. The only difference is the marinade I used, and the way I cooked. The chicken looks like Teriyaki, but chicken turns out soft and tasty! I didn't measure the sauce, just prepared the marinade to my taste.

500g chicken (with bones)
2 stalks green onion, sliced
3 cloves garlic, crashed
1 red chili pepper (optional)
1 small ginger, sliced
soy sauce (I used light soy sauce)
sake or Japanese vinegar
salt (optional)  and pepper
olive oil


In a bowl, mix all the ingredients, add the chicken and marinade overnight. In a pan, heat oil and stir-fry the chicken without the sauce. Add the sauce, cook until the sauce thicken, remove the onion and ginger.  When the chicken is about to dry, add oil again and stir-fry until no more sauce.
Served with steam rice. Yum!

22 comments:

My Little Space said...

Lani, the chicken looks so tempting. Thanks for sharing and hope you're having a wonderful evening.
Cheers, kristy

Gizelle said...

this dish is so worth trying....you are so good in experimenting and that is to say you are really a very good cook!

Guiltless Grub said...

Oh, wow it looks yummy! I've forgotten which supermarket I used to see a japanese vinegar so I could try this.

Luna Miranda said...

scrumptious! i'd like to try this one, too.

maiylah said...

definitely a yummy meal!

Erin @ EKat's Kitchen said...

These look like a great tasty treat! I love the color that you've achieved, and the flavor sounds fantastic!

chubskulit said...

adobo, japanese style? Yummy looking!

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Rice Palette said...

Great recipe! I checked out the Chinese version too, also looks delicious!

I also want to compliment you on how great this blog looks!! It is amazing! I'm definitely coming back! Also just followed you on Twitter :0)

Reeni said...

Your chicken looks so good! Packed with delicious flavor!

Erin @ EKat's Kitchen said...

Lani, thanks for following, and for joining the potluck again this week!!

Vernz said...

wow, lan, why it does not have a sauce... looks yummy though!

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Clarissa said...

Look so tasty and yummy!

Happy FTF!

Jess @ Bakericious said...

the chicken looks so tempting!

Cheerful said...

hi, new here at ftf! looks so tasty...i love to try it! happy friday! :)

bonz said...

it looks so tasty... hmmm! :)

i'll be bookmarking this for the recipe. thanks for sharing!

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Dhemz said...

awwwwwww...so yummy! kakagutom....:)

thanks for dropping by on my FTF entry dear...have a good one!

FoodTripFriday said...

So mouth-watering......

[cookiespink] said...

looks yummy :)

Cecile said...

oh my goodness...am actually drooling right now as I look at this adobo; salamat sa recipe...will try it next time.

Cacai M. said...

ooh adobo.. yummy! Can I have some? I wanted to cook a lot but then my partner is on diet and sometimes I don't like to eat alone. :( But then, I can cook if I want to but that's all about it. Gana-gana lang. :)

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Kero said...

*drool*...this is so worth trying! thank you for generously sharing the recipe =)

Jay - agent112778 said...

i can feel the yummyness of sake into the chicken, yum yum

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