Adobo Fried Chicken

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I had to try this recipe when I dug it up in some old recipes!

Marinade:
3 pounds chicken thighs
1 cup cider vinegar
1/2 cup soy sauce
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 teaspoon ground peppercorns
2 bay leaves

Dredge:
1/2 cup flour
1/2 cup cornstarch
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon garlic salt
1 teaspoon pepper
3 eggs, lightly beaten
Oil for deep frying

Soak the chicken in adobo marinade for 30-60 minutes. Add chicken and marinade to a pot and bring to boil, then simmer for 40 minutes. (I would cut that time in half)

Heat oil.

Remove chicken from pot and set on rack to allow excess liquid to drain. Beat egg in bowl. Add dry ingredients in a different bowl. Dredge chicken in flour, then egg, then flour again. Fry chicken in hot oil for 20 minutes or until golden brown.

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Comments

Trina Jones says:

Love it when you taste what you make and leave a comment. Helps me to know what I should change when I attempt it thanks 🙂

Trina Jones says:

My mom has that same measuring cup. She's had it for many years. (Sorry random I know)

Sebastian Vestae says:

Wonderful video ! many thanks for this moment….have a nice day

Anonymoose says:

Looks gorgeous when it's finished, but I was wondering about the cooking times, too. I do think the frying time was necessary, to give it that perfect crust, but I'd agree that cutting the simmer time in half is still plenty. I've got to give it a try.

Sadie Girl says:

Hi will try this without the first cooking. Between so much vinegar and boiling it I think it would be somewhat dry. Thanks for the idea!

Reh Slipchenko says:

I'll eat the one that "got a little on the brown side." More nummy!

Elle Em Lee says:

Wow! I need to make this!

Daisy Fielder says:

Adobo sauce so you don't make it spicy or with Adobo chile

MrsRedAng says:

Love me some chicken!

shoppernt08 says:

Yea! Was missing your local food vids.

Dax Hallman says:

Don't you have your own bay tree? I remember you mentioned it in the power pressure cooker pot roast video.

sal symmonds says:

Thanks for sharing this dish!  I've noticed at home, if I put corn starch in my flour, it really makes the meat or veggies extra crispy 🙂      Sally

wildheart5 says:

That's some beautiful chicken!  What did you put on the top of your rice?  Looks like something I have had before but I don't know what it is.  LOL  xo

Elissa Celino says:

I've been making Filipino adobo for over 20 years rice vinegar works much better and way less

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