Monday, January 27, 2014

Chicken Adobo With Boiled Eggs Was Our Dinner Last night






The snow kept pouring yesterday, they looked floppy and big. When the weather is too cold, I usually crave for food that will warm my stomach.  Last night I cooked chicken adobo, I fried some swai fish too  and cooked jasmine rice for dinner. You might be wondering why there are chicken eggs on my adobo? There are many ways  to cook chicken adobo and mine is just my own recipe. I love to add eggs to add more protein to my already rich in protein food :) My kids love to eat egg and I have started feeding egg yolk to my baby that is why I added eggs to my adobo.  


My Chicken Adobo


Here's what you need:

6 pcs chicken breast,
6 pcs eggs, pre-boiled them in a separate container, peel and set aside
1/4 slice of large red onion
1/4 slice of green bell pepper
6 cloves garlic
2 inches ginger
1 tablespoon teriyaki sauce
1/2 cup white vinegar
1/2 cup soy sauce
1/2 cup water
2 tablespoon vegetable oil
   black pepper and salt to taste



Procedure:

  • saute garlic, onion, ginger and add the slice chicken breast and stir
  • pour vinegar, soy sauce,teriyaki sauce and water, bring it to boil then lower the heat. Cover and simmer for 30 minutes until sauce is reduced and thickened and chicken is tender, stir occasionally. Add eggs and green bell pepper, a dab of black pepper and salt, stir, cover and cook for 20 more minutes
  • serve with steamed rice, I personally recommend jasmine or brown rice





How to make boiled egg : boil the eggs in a saucepan for 20 minutes on a high heat, once cooked soak them in a cold water on a bowl for 5 minutes, it is easier to peel when the egg was soaked on cold water.




15 comments:

  1. that look so good and that you added eggs so the baby has dinner too.love it!!! thanks for a tasty new recipe to try

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  2. Luckily, I'm cooking this awhile ago, but I added pineapple chunks to level-up the taste. I used pineapple vinegar too. Thanks for sharing your recipe, surely, I'll try this one.

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  3. Chicken Adobo is one of my favorite dishes because of the rich taste.

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  4. I like my adobo that has an egg as well. I ended up cooking a filipino dishes because of this weather as well.I can't wait for summer.

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  5. I really like Chicken Adobo but the eggs....ah, not so much. But I am picky with my eggs: scrambled or omelet only!

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  6. I love this. I remind's me of my mother's chicken & soy sauce recipe which is similar. My mother used to add egg to many dinner dishes. I am sure this delicious.

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  7. You inspired me sis kaya chicken adobo niluto ko kagabi lol.

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  8. I never knew about the egg in adobo until I came in the US sis hehehje.

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  9. I loved hard boiled eggs being in the adobo. It taste better! Yum, with plate full of white rice!

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  10. this looks delicious will have to make it one day

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  11. Looks very delicious. I like hard boiled eggs, but never have I ever had them in a hot cooked meal. Sounds interesting.. and now I'm curious lol

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  12. I never have added boiled eggs in my adobo. I will try it next time.:)

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  13. We don't add eggs in our adobo, but I have tasted this dish in a carinderia. It tastes good.

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    1. Lem that's where I learned adding eggs on the adobo through the carinderia, Sometimes they also add chicken liver or heart. :)

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  14. thanks for the recipe ,I will definitely try it!

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