Filipino Pork Adobo w/ Pineapple – Pai’s Kitchen | Filipino Recipe

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  1. About the pork fat many people are concerned about, NOT to worry. Pork fat is FAR SAFER than any meat fat and even ismore health-friendly than the "famous" kale as recent studies show. This may be hard to accept but this is what the studies claim.

    Oh, by the way Pai, I have had lots of 'Filipino Adobo' in my life (I am a Filipino-born Spaniard living in Europe for 43 years now), but I haven't had one like yours in this video before. I'm going to make one myself surely, this week-end and will tell you how it will come out.
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  2. pai, can you try making some filipino chicken curry. the ingredients will be coconut milk, chicken, curry mix powder( McCormick) bell pepper,long chilli, salt,potato,carrots.

  3. But i never seard the meat when i cook adobo.i put everything in pot and simmer until goes a little bit water and turns abit oily.and soft.so the pork is completely done.
    Yum.now i see how you cook.must seard the pork and more look alike thanks pais fir sharing my filipino adobo.fantastic.

  4. Can you make a Pork adobo compare/contrast video? Pork butt adobo vs Pork belly adobo ? I have not seen a video that uses Pork Butt, however, online you can find recipes calling for pork butt.

  5. Chef Pai , you can add chili in your adobo if you want 😊 in my province in Bicol sometimes we cook Adobo in Coconut milk , same your version you can add potato (fry the potato first ) , you can put hardboiled eggs too (remove the sheels )
    And Thank You for trying and sharing Filipino Foods 😍

  6. Interesting twist… I was made aware of the coconut milk variation of adobo only four years ago (and loved it). The pineapple is def a new twist. Will try (hesitantly)… It is in season, after all.

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