3 Genius Ways to Use Adobo Sauce October 9, 2017
Add some pizzazz to dinner with rich, velvety, and piquant adobo sauce. First up, next week’s Hall of Fame Adobo Loco Steak — which you can order now!
Adobo sauce is traditionally made with a base of ground chile peppers, herbs, and vinegar — with other spices and ingredients added based on regional preferences. It can be found as a dry spice mix or wet rub paste and is most often used as a marinade or sauce. In fact, the word “adobo” comes from the Spanish word “adobar,” which literally means “to marinate.”
These three recipes make ample use of the versatile sauce to elevate ordinary steak, chicken, and pork from “meh” to marvelous. Get your taste buds ready…
In this Hall of Fame recipe, the chipotle-based, Mexican-style ingredient is used to flavor a creamy sauce that’s drizzled onto steak. It makes the meat pop and provides a deep, smoky contrast to the brightness of the potato poblano hash. Go loco for adobo by ordering this stunner off next week’s menu. And in the meantime, snag a peek at the recipe here.
A subtle kick of heat from the adobo, some crunch from the slaw, a touch of sweetness from the mango, and a refreshingly cool lime crema all join forces for a perfectly balanced and flavorful taco. Get the recipe here.
Pork, broccoli, and potatoes. Sounds pretty ordinary, right? Wrong! We’ve spiced up this classic with floral honey, a smoky chipotle glaze, and a touch of garlic that’ll have everyone begging for seconds. Get the recipe here.
Get your head in the adobo game by ordering next week’s Hall of Fame Adobo Loco Steak.