The Happy Home Cook: Adobong Dilaw (Adobo with Turmeric)

The Happy Home Cook: Adobong Dilaw (Adobo with Turmeric)

Adobong dilaw is one of the many variations of adobo in the Philippines. This particular version is a yellow adobo and originated in the province of Batangas. Adobong dilaw uses the ingredients found in a typical Filipino adobo dish but adds turmeric in place of soy sauce. The use of turmeric gives the dish a distinct yellow color and a different flavor.

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The Happy Home Cook: Chicken Adobo

The Happy Home Cook: Chicken Adobo

Chef Barbara Batiste of West Los Angeles' Big Boi Restaurant shares a Filipino favorite, Chicken Adobo.

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Big Boi Brings Filipino Cuisine to West Los Angeles

Big Boi Brings Filipino Cuisine to West Los Angeles

Chef Barbara Batiste’s Big Boi bypasses the fusion wave and sticks to traditional Filipino flavors.

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The Happy Home Cook: Pork Belly Adobo

The Happy Home Cook: Pork Belly Adobo

Chef Angel Lubiano of E + O Food and Drink Restaurant features his Pork Belly Adobo recipe.

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The Happy Home Cook: Adobong Antigo

The Happy Home Cook: Adobong Antigo

Adobo cooked in the old style included with the vinegar, a couple, maybe a triple glugs of aged rum or a vino blanco to make the dish, say, lightheaded!

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Adobo

Adobo

How the daughter of a Spanish mestiza and a Caucasian learned she was Filipino.

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Dear Filipino Food in America

Dear Filipino Food in America

What does the future hold for Filipino food in America, now that it has been declared the next big thing?

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