Pork Adobo

meat, pork steak, chicken



Chopped Pork

(1-2″ pieces) boneless spareribs

(1 lb), remove excess fat
Ground Pepper

(1/2 tsp) White Vinegar (I use Rice Vinegar),

2 Tablespoons Soy Sauce (I use low-sodium or San-J Tamari)

2-3 Bay Leafs
Sunflower Oil/Olive Oil/Safflower Oil

(3 Tablespoons) Corn Starch (if needed)

4 cloves minced garlic (or however much you want, up to 10 cloves)


Step 1
Marinate the pork with the minced garlic and soy sauce in a zip-lock bag overnight (I use just enough soy sauce to cover the meat but not to fill the bag).

Step 2
Then in a large pan with oil (about 2 Tbs), brown it with some salt and pepper

Step 3
add enough water to cover the pork, the vinegar, peppercorns, and the bay leaves and let it simmer for 2-3 hours

Step 4
wait for the pork to get very tender

Step 5
when it’s tender add more soy sauce salt and pepper to taste

Step 6
when it’s tender add when it’s cooked, pour everything into a large bowl, separate the
meat, add another 1 Tbs of oil to the pan and flash fry to brown and make it

Step 7
then throw it back into the sauce and simmer with corn starch to
thicken the sauce.

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