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Adobo Filipino Chicken Recipe | Smoked Adobo Chicken | Filipino Chicken Recipe


Let's jump and bump for National Chicken Month with this Adobo Filipino Chicken recipe.

ADOBO Marinated Filipino CHICKEN Drumsticks is one of our family's new weeknight meals. Bursting with flavour even the kids devoured it. Sometimes going outside your comfort zone and trying new recipes is creates life long memories.


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Adobo Filipino Chicken Recipe. Smoked Adobo Chicken

WHAT YOU'LL NEED

A PELLET GRILL

For this cook, I used my Pit Boss Grills Navigator

PELLETS





INGREDIENTS

Chicken Drumstick or Thighs (4-8)

Soy Sauce (1 cup)

Rice Wine Vinegar (1/2)

Olive Oil (2 Tbsp)

Garlic (4 cloves, minced)

Ginger (1 Tbsp, minced)

Basil (1/2 Tbsp)

Cornstarch (1 Tbsp)

Water (1/4 cup)


DIRECTIONS

First prepare the adobo marinade by adding soy sauce, rice wine vinegar, olive oil, garlic, ginger, and basil into a large dish or zip lock bag. Add your chicken, toss it, and put it into the refrigerator for 24 hours to marinade.


We will smoke and then braise the chicken for this Adobo Filipino chicken recipe. Preheat your pellet smoker to 275 degrees. Place wet marinated chicken directly on the grill (save the remainder marinade). Smoke for 20-30 minutes cooking the chicken halfway.


Next, turn your grill up to 400 degrees, place a cast iron skillet on your grill and add your remaining marinade. In a separate small bowl mix the water and cornstarch together till there are no clumps (This will thicken your sauce). Add to the marinade and place chicken directly into the sauce. Grill for another 30 minutes or until your chicken is 175 degrees.


Serve with your favourite sides, but traditionally is enjoyed with place rice, potatoes, and carrots.


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Adobo Filipino Chicken Recipe. Filipino Chicken Recipe

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1 comentário


Regina Barnett
Regina Barnett
11 de mai. de 2023

How much rice wine vinegar do you use? You ony said ½. ½ what: cup, tablespon, teaspoon?


Thank you for clarifying.

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