Slow Cooker Recipes – How to Make Slow Cooker Adobo Chicken

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Check out the top-rated recipe for Slow Cooker Adobo Chicken at http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Slow-Cooker-Adobo-Chicken/Detail.aspx In this video, you’ll see how to make amazingly tender…

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Arthur Dent says:

Duck adobo is where its at.

Wullop Khin says:

Great menu & recipe, step-by-step education.

xThexBlackxRavenx says:

The narrator sounds like T from Tasted.. 

HeyIts Avery says:

without the slow cooker is easy to make adobo, i always ask my mom to cook
it and im still waiting for her to tell me the secret recipe in our family
lol
my mom is Filipino 

Elissa Celino says:

My first husband was Filipino. After he died my partner was filipino was
with him for 10 years I made this dish a lot. My children are half Filipino
and this is their favorite. It is better to use a rice vinegar in this dish
makes it taste more authentic and the pungent vinegar smell is less.

ghaida h says:

This sounds good. Thanks.

Madel Fernandez says:

we dont put onion on adobo.

Tara Pine says:

Love adobo with sugar cane vinegar

fivelightsonahill says:

Oh yum!

Mangapanda. Pai says:

It’s really moar better to cook it in a pot and not in a slow cooker that
way the sauce can be more thick

Dan Tech says:

Authentic has no Onion. But if you were aware, there is a version of Adobo
with Onion, Tomato & Ginger along with original recipe, damn! It tastes
sooo good!

Rennan Galit says:

try to put coconut milk on it, it will give a savoury taste on it….i’m a
Filipina and i have a chef sister, she did one time and we started to love
it :)

Shanice Bautista says:

HAHAHAHAH ADOBO

89990000 says:

I love it! :)

graham cosh says:

will try this in my slow cooker tonight!

alfred koenig says:

If you really want to be authentic it’s pronounced binegar not vinegar.
Cheers from Winnipeg, the Tagalog capital of North America.

Jonathas Junior says:

can i make in the oven ?

Abe Foxman says:

brown it how ?

oven or skillet then pour over sauce ?

Elissa Celino says:

My first husband was Filipino. After he died my partner was filipino was
with him for 10 years I made this dish a lot. My children are half Filipino
and this is their favorite. It is better to use a rice vinegar in this dish
makes it taste more authentic and the pungent vinegar smell is less.

Tara Pine says:

Love adobo with sugar cane vinegar

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