Chicken Adobo - The national dish of the Philippines, it is fragrant, soft, and the entrance is instant. Please use it with rice! This is the dish in the food blog "The Woks of Life" created by the "Little Partners" who are four years old and 139 years old. They are mainly Chinese cuisine. The blog also records the life and travel stories of four people. Selected for the "2015 Most Interesting Blog" list. The pictures are particularly beautiful, and they are Chinese dishes. They are more interested in themselves, but in English, they translate and join the kitchen to facilitate the collection.
Wash the chicken thoroughly and dry it with kitchen paper. The oil pan is heated and the chicken legs are placed in the pan.
Fry until golden on both sides.
Add coconut milk, soy sauce, and vinegar in turn.
Sprinkle with pepper, bay leaf, minced garlic and dried chili.
After boiling, turn to low heat soup.
Stew for an hour, add a little hot water if you want a little more soup.
In the last 10 minutes, the fire will be harvested. When the sauce becomes thick, you can sprinkle the parsley at the end.
Please be sure to pair it with rice! You need it to absorb these lovely sauces!
In the original recipe of Chicken Adobo, there is no coconut milk. The blogger has made some changes after research, adding a lot of coconut milk to reduce the amount of soy sauce and vinegar. The use of low-salt soy sauce is to avoid the taste being too salty and heavy to taste.