Top Rated Adobo Recipes

This yummy Mexican dish is easy to make, affordable, and fast. “The ready-to-cook Adobo Chicken is perfect for anyone with a busy life,” says Safeway Executive Chef Jeff Anderson. “I can pull this dish together in under half an hour!” — Safeway Executive Chef Jeff Anderson Click here to see 10 Amazing Chicken and Avocado Recipes
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Adobo Wrap with Pineapple Vinaigrette
There are so many variations on making adobo. I like to keep mine simple. Also, adobo gets better as it sits longer, so I usually make a big pot of adobo and hang on to the leftovers. To get an authentic adobo taste, I would advise using Filipino vinegar and soy sauce, which you can find in an Asian supermarket.
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Pasilla-Guajillo Adobo Recipe
Introducing a second chile into the mix takes just a few extra minutes, but rewards you by providing a well-rounded, sophisticated flavor. A splash of beer adds serious depth. Pasillas and guajillos go beautifully together, but once you get the hang of adobos, you’ll find yourself experimenting with other combinations as well. Perhaps you’ll do what my mom does, peeking into the cupboard, grabbing a few bags of whatever chiles you’ve had around for a while, and whipping up something incredible. Click here to see the Grilled Adobo-Marinated Skirt Steak recipe. 
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Braised Adobo Pork with Polenta
You know that Le Creuset Dutch oven you registered for all those years ago? The one that remains spotlessly clean on a high shelf? First of all, no Dutch oven should ever be spotless. Second of all, get to know the pot. In the winter, few things create a happy home vibe as effortlessly as the smell of something braising all day in a Dutch oven. Here’s the world’s best way to get you started. — Jenny Rosenstrach in Dinner: The Playbook Click Here to See More Polenta Recipes  
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Spicy Peach Salsa Chicken Wings
In the summertime, you would want to use fresh sweet peaches, but since we are in the midst of winter, canned peaches will do you just fine. If you’ve got a gourmet market nearby, check out the condiment aisle. Peach salsa is the new mango chutney, so your prep might be made even easier.
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Chicken Burrito Dip
Whether you’re a fan of burritos, nachos, or quesadillas, no game day spread is complete without some Tex-Mex fare. This smoky cumin- and chipotle-spiced dip from Every Day with Rachel Ray makes it easy.Click here for more of our best dip recipe.
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Organic chicken prepared in a REAL FOOD way is great when eaten in small portions. This recipe is grain-free, soy-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free. It is also Paleo, meaning ancestral-- meats, seafood, vegetables, fruits, and nuts. It is important to rotate your foods and if you are living a REAL FOOD life, your body might be some animal fat every once in a while. A family of 4-6 people should need no more than 1-2 chicken breats. Pair with a plate of alkaline vegetable like broccoli or kale and you'll have balanced bodies!  
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Suckling Lamb Barbacoa Taco
This lamb barbacoa taco is made with homemade chile poblano corn tortillas that give it an extra kick of flavor.Adapted from Mexico from the Inside Out by Enrique Olvera.
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nachos
What’s Super Bowl Sunday without an endless spread of snacks? The famed football game is on equal playing field with Thanksgiving when it comes to calorie-laden celebrations, but Rebecca Lewis, in-house RD at HelloFresh, the leading meal kit delivery brand globally, has a recipe that is a lightened up twist on game day favorites that is bound to score well with the entire crowd. Lewis says, “With a few simple ingredient swaps, throwing in some extra veggies, and avoiding the fry pan, you can still partake in the festivities without totally derailing a healthy diet or sacrificing flavor. Denying yourself of indulgences entirely is not sustainable, so enjoy the game and snack responsibly!”This recipe gives classic game day favorite, nachos, a healthy twist. Instead of pouring on the cheese, infuse flavor (and fiber) into this dish by adding black beans, fresh tomatoes, and radishes. Then, finish the dish off with scallions and cilantro to punch up the flavor.
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Grilled Adobo Marinated Skirt Steak
This heavenly steak is the kind of treat you’d get in tacos at the little stands in Mexican markets, tucked into warm tortillas and topped with spicy salsa. I love the beefy flavor, the chew, and the low price of skirt steak, but you can use any type of steak you’d like. If it’s a thick cut, just sear it in a hot pan, then finish it in an oven preheated to 350 degrees. Click here to see Spicy BBQ Recipes. 
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Avocado and south-of-the-border dishes like chipotle shrimp are often synonymous with each other, and this recipe from Cooking Light’s Good Food Moods cookbook puts a whole new spin on the two, serving the shrimp in a creamy avocado soup with lime cream and a fresh corn salsa. Click here to see more spring soup recipes. 
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Mexican-Style Grilled Corn
In a nod to the corn-on-the-cob often served by street vendors in Mexico, sweet corn is brushed with a smoky chipotle spread before grilling, and then finished with crumbled cheese, cayenne, and a squeeze of fresh lime juice. Click here to see In Season: Corn.
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