Adobo: Google celebrates the favorite Filipino dish with doodle

Adobo: Google celebrates the favorite Filipino dish with doodle

Every bite is soulful, soft, and juicy. Adobo, a favorite Filipino dish and a way of cooking, is celebrated in today’s animated Doodle! Adobo can be seen as all over, whether it’s at a five-star café in Manila or inside the homes of Filipino families all over the planet.

The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) added the word “adobo” for the first time in December 2006, and the word was included on the word list of the next quarterly update, which was released on this day in 2007.

In the Philippines, there are numerous varieties of adobo, but they all share the same fundamental components: stewed meat or vegetables that have been marinated. Vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, bay leaves, and black pepper are all common ingredients. Filipino adobo is significantly sweeter, sourer, and saltier than other versions due to the local flavors.

Adobo takes on a regional flavor in a number of parts of the Philippines. Adobong puti (white adobo), which is only made with vinegar and no soy sauce and is enjoyed by locals in the Visayas region, is regarded as the original indigenous style. In places like Southern Luzon, where coconut milk is a food staple, creamier adobo recipes like adobong manok sa gata (chicken adobo with coconut milk) are very famous. Others substitute meat with fish like squid, or locally accessible vegetables like kangkong (water spinach) or sitaw (string beans).

This well-known dish has developed over time and is now enjoyed all over the world. It varies from region to region, family to family, and palate to palate as a representation of Filipino pride. The children depicted in today’s artwork would unquestionably agree that the flavors, aromas, and rich history are all appealing. Adobo makes people happy in their stomachs and makes their mouths water for more.

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