Recipe: Yummy Chicken Adobo with Anise

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  • Apr 09, 2022

Chicken Adobo with Anise. Chicken Adobo is a type of Filipino chicken stew. Chicken pieces are marinated in soy sauce and spices, pan-fried, and stewed until tender. The dish gained popularity because of its delicious taste and now we give a little bit twist with Anise.

Chicken Adobo with Anise The dish gained popularity because of its delicious taste and now we give a little bit twist with Anise. Adobo ay tatak Pinoy kaya lahat ng Pilipino ay marunong mag luto nito. Ang pag kakaiba ay lasa at sangkap depende ito sa pamamaraan ng pag kakaluto. You can have Chicken Adobo with Anise using 12 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you make it.

Ingredients of Chicken Adobo with Anise

  1. It’s 2 lbs of chicken cut into serving pieces.
  2. It’s 3 pieces of dried bay leaves.
  3. Prepare 1 cup of soy sauce.
  4. Prepare 1 cup of white vinegar.
  5. It’s 5 cloves of garlic crushed.
  6. Prepare 3 tablespoons of cooking oil.
  7. Prepare 1 teaspoon of sugar.
  8. It’s pinch of salt.
  9. It’s 1 teaspoon of whole peppercorn.
  10. It’s 5 pcs. of Anise.
  11. Prepare 4 of tomatoes.
  12. You need 1 of onion.

Star Anise na mabango kung saan nag bibigay ng panibagong aroma at lasa ng ating Adobo. Prep chicken by removing skin and excess fat (I do this mostly to be healthy, but you can leave the skin on if you want). Add the fish sauce, star anise, pepper, bay leaves and the soy sauce mixture. Add the garlic and cook until light brown.

Chicken Adobo with Anise instructions

  1. Combine chicken, soy sauce, and vinegari in a large bowl. Mix well. Marinate the chicken for at least 1 hour. Note: the longer the time, the better.
  2. Heat a cooking pot. Pour cooking oil..
  3. Sauté the onion, then add the garlic followed by the tomatoes..
  4. Pan-fry the marinated chicken for 2 minutes per side..
  5. Pour-in the remaining marinade..
  6. Add dried bay leaves,anise and whole peppercorn. Simmer for 30 minutes or until the chicken gets tender.
  7. Put-in the sugar, and salt. Stir and turn the heat off.Serve hot. Share and Enjoy!.

Pour-in the soy sauce and chicken broth. Transfer to a plate and season lightly with salt. Add the ginger, garlic, rice wine, stock or water, honey, star anise, and soy sauce to the pan and bring to a boil. Chicken adobo is Filipino, but like all ethnic food in Hawaii, it gets mixed and jumbled (in a good and delicious way) and eventually becomes a form of local food. While Filipino restaurants like Elena's Filipino Foods in Waipahu makes amazing adobo, you can also eat adobo at many local (non-Filipino) restaurants.