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Adobo - Filipino Dish (Gluten-Free)
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whole chicken cut in pieces (1-2 pieces with bones and
skin - Chinese Style)
cloves garlic - crushed
½ of large onion
ground pepper or pepper corn
½ cup gluten-free soy sauce
¼ cup rice or apple cedar vinegar
bay leaves (optional)
cube of gluten-free chicken bouillon
*½ cup water if pork
Mix everything and put in a medium pot. Let it boil until it is almost dry. If you want it more sour -- add more vinegar. If you want it more salty -- add more soy sauce.
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