This vegan adobo is a Filipino classic dish. Using a really savoury and meaty chicken alternative (by King’s Vegetarian), I was able to replicate that really tender bite that could hold up to this bold sauce. This vegan adobo is honestly so simple and tasty, it just requires a bit of confidence in the kitchen and a good sense of smell to recognize when the vinegar has cooked out.
VEGAN ADOBO RECIPE:
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