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Adobo sauce: Adobo is Spanish for sauce or marinade used in Latin American- and Southwest U.S.-style cooking. Recipes vary widely by region: Puerto Rican adobo, a rub used principally on meats, differs greatly from the Mexican variety. Food that has been prepared with adobo is sometimes called adobado.
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Simple and satisfying meals you won't believe are good for you! by Linda Larsen
Adobo sauce is a spicy Mexican condiment made from ground chilies, garlic, cumin, and oregano. It is often used to pack smoked jalapeño chilies, also called chipotles. The sauce adds a nice kick of flavor to soups and sauces.
$3 Meals Your Kids Will Love (2010)
Delicious, Low-Cost Dishes for the Whole Family by Ellen Brown
The adobo sauce is a less spicy version of hot red pepper sauce, and it has the same smoky notes. Most canned beans are very high in sodium, so always taste a mixture made with them before adding salt and pepper. Chances are you'll ...
by CMO Arnie Tomaino
finely chopped scallions 2 tablespoons adobo sauce* from can * Found in most supermarkets or specially grocery stores, Adobo Sauce is a type of hot sauce or marinade used in Mexican and Southwestern US cuisines. Adobo is a Spanish ...
Oxford Dictionary of English (2010)
by Angus Stevenson
(also adobo sauce) a paste or marinade made from chillies, vinegar, herbs, and spices, used in Mexican cookery to flavour meat or fish. – origin Spanish, literally' marinade'. adolescence 7noun [mass noun] the period following the onset of ...
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Filipino Adobo Sauce!
Probably not as good as Donabel's though
Photo credit: ewen and donabel
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