ADOBO is known internationally as a Filipino dish. Amazingly, Filipino vegetarians have experimented with ways to create vegetarian adobo dishes. The basic sauce still involves a mixture of vinegar (or kalamansi), soy sauce, a little Sugar and black pepper. If you are looking for fiber, vitamins and minerals, you can turn to adobong kangkong. And remember, kangkong leaves cleanse intestines of decaying matter. Green and clean are plus points for this cheap vegetable.


Adobong Kangkong

Ingredients Edit

Directions Edit

  1. Wash and drain Kangkong tops (use okra or string beans as substitutes).
  2. Sauté Garlic, Pepper, Onion & Pork until brown.
  3. Add water and simmer until meat is tender.
  4. Add kangkong and soy.
  5. Add Vinegar when Kangkong is cooked.

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