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Adobo is one of those food that always makes you think of home. We Pinoys have it several times a week with different ingredients and types of cooking. We have adobong manok, adobong pusit, adobo sa dilaw, or even adobong kangkong. If you search this website, you’d also find other quirky adobo recipes. (Wow, I haven’t even realized how many adobo recipes I have on the blog till now,)
So anyway, here’s another Adobo recipe for you! This is a great recipe when you’re hankering for a silog meal and a piece of home. This is a quick and easy version, when you have no leftover adobo to cook -aww, how can that be?! I used a Monterey Ready To Cook flaked adobo – because its easier for working moms like me. This way, my kids can still have the benefit of homemade -or half home made anyway. Lol. It doesnt matter because they taste crazy delicious!
Crispy Adobo Silog Fried Rice Recipe
This Crispy Adobo Flakes served ala Silog is an instant pick me up when you're feeling down.
- 1 tub Monterey Adobo Flakes (about 250 gms)
- 1 tbsp butter
- Garlic cloves
- 2 cups day-old rice (preferably cold)
- 2 tablespoon reserved Adobo sauce
- 1 teaspoon Knorr Liquid Seasoning
Make the Adobo Flakes (Air Fryer/Oven)
- Defrost the Monterey Adobo Flakes
- Heat in a pan until almost half of the liquid is evaporated.
- Strain the sauce and reserve.
- Transfer Flakes to the air fryer basket.
- Air fry at 170 for 10 minutes. Turn over and air fry at 190 C for 5 minutes or until golden brown.
Make the Adobo Flakes (Pan Fry)
- Fry the strained flakes in medium heat until brown.
- Watch it and occasionally stir so it doesn't burn.
- Strain oil and dab with paper towels to absorb the oil.
- Set aside.
Prepare the rice.
- Heat oil in a wok over medium heat.
- Add the butter, then the garlic.
- Add the rice. Toss the rice in the pan, making sure it is heated through.
- Add the reserved Adobo sauce. Season with Knorr Liquid Seasoning. Taste and adjust seasoning.
- Keep warm in a bowl, set aside until ready to plate.
Fry the egg
- Heat oil in a skillet.
- Cook until the whites are completely set but the yolks are still runny,
You can, of course, make this with your leftover Adobo which more flavorful! I only used Monterey because it's easier for working moms and already prepared.
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