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Sunday, May 6, 2012


 Stewed Chicken is so simple to cook.  I think everybody loves it especially boys(men).  It's one of their favorite menu any time of day.

Anyway,  I have here a recipe I learned just by reading.  Actually it is just simply called ADOBO.  I just change the name into Stewed Chicken for in the procedure it is done stewing the chicken in soy sauce and vinegar.

According to the Chef, it is best to use a Japanese soy sauce for it is less salty and more flavorful than the table soy sauce(ordinary).  It is also best to put cracked black pepper, which releases more flavor into the sauce.


1.  Heat 3 tablespoons of cooking oil on high heat in a wok or pot, and throw in four cloves of smashed garlic.
2.  Brown 6-8 pieces of chicken on each side and pour one cup, and pour one cup of soy sauce over them.  Once the soy sauce starts to simmer, pour in half a cup of vinegar, and let it simmer on its own stirring.
3.  Grind or sprinkle half a teaspoon of black pepper into the pot.
4.  Crumple two dried laurel leaves and throw them in.  Cover the pot and turn the heat to low, leaving it to cook for 15 minutes.  Turn over the chicken pieces and leave for another 15 minutes.
5.  Then serve with a fave fruit to have a good appetite.  =)  Happy eating!

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