Adobo featured as Philippines’ national dish on Taste Atlas

The Pinoy adobo is the closest thing to a national dish in the Philippines, says Taste Atlas. Credits to Taste Atlas.

All-time Filipino dish favorite, Adobo, has been featured as the national dish of the Philippines on Taste Atlas.

“Adobo” which comes from the Spanish word “adobar” which means marinated in English, is listed on Taste Atlas as “the closest thing to a national dish in the Philippines.”

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The encyclopedia of food on the internet known for its lists also named the Pinoy dishes of Crispy Pata, Lechon, and Kare-kare in the Top 100 Most Popular Dishes in the World.

Taste Atlas describes the Filipino Adobo as made from toasted browned meat, seafood and vegetables with a mixed of vinegar or soy sauce, bay leaves, garlic, salt, and black pepper which made it rich in flavor and usually served with its perfect partner rice.

The Adobo is so popular in the Philippines, it is served and cooked nationwide. Adobo’s popularity has spawned the creation of different varieties from different places in the Philippines such as chicken, beef or pork adobo, white adobo, crispy adobo, squid adobo, and water spinach adobo.

Tell us your Adobo variation and taste experience for the Filipino dish that is recorded on Taste Atlas as one of the best national dishes around the world!

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