Adobong Sitaw

Adobong Sitaw

Adobong sitaw is the vegetable variation of the famous Filipino dish Adobo but instead of just using big chunks of pork and chicken, we use long beans or some call it string beans cooked with some pork pieces.  Another popular dish in the Philippines and its quick and easy to cook.

Adobong Sitaw
 
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Serves: 3
Ingredients
  • 300g pork belly, cubed 1cm x 1 cm
  • 1 bunch string beans, sliced into 2 inch pieces
  • 6 cloves garlic, minced
  • ¼ cup soy sauce
  • ¼ cup white vinegar
  • 2 pcs bay leaves
  • ½ small red onion, chopped
  • 1 tsp salted black beans, chopped
  • freshly ground black pepper
  • oil
Instructions
  1. In a pan, Add pork and stir fry until brown on all sides
  2. Add the onions and garlic until garlic then sauté until golden brown.
  3. Add the string beans and stir fry for 1 minute, then add the soy sauce, vinegar, pepper, black beans and bay leaves.
  4. Cover the pan then simmer for 4 minutes.  Serve with rice.

 

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  1. Now you make me crave for adobo!

  2. Henry Tan says:

    Adobong Sitaw is very Pinoy, Even if we remove the pork, it is still the best ulam kapag nagtitipid.

  3. That looks and sounds incredible – a perfect blend of meat and vegetables!

  4. Jasline says:

    This looks really good! I’m craving for some meat right now…

  5. anita triana says:

    Wow, it seem like a very good Chinese dishes, I’ll give it a try. thanks for the great recipe.

  6. Another great way to serve pork belly. Looks amazing.

  7. I love sitaw! But I don’t like it braised with too much liquid..i just like to have it fried with pork pieces with a little soy sauce. haha!

  8. Tessa says:

    Looks tasty! It’s interesting that you added bay leaf to the dish. What a lovely flavor combo!

  9. wok with ray says:

    Adobo + sitaw is a great combo. My aunt used to make this with just a little pork fats to flavor a lot of sitaw. :) Your photo looks good and you can see the succulence of the pork. Excellent post, Raymund.

  10. Kristy says:

    I know we would like this one!

  11. looks delicious- especially the glaze/ sauce!

  12. Another fantastic recipe from you kitchen Raymund.
    :-) Mandy

  13. Sounds delish and so quick and easy too, thanks.

  14. Oh my gosh, that pork belly looks fabulus, and I love those beans – a recent discovery of mine!

  15. Janis says:

    I stumbled upon your blog while looking for Spanish bread recipes via google. You have a nice blog and seem to have quite a success with it. Mabuhay!

    This recipe looks good by the way.

  16. This looks absolutely delicious. What a great recipe.

  17. gelaikuting says:

    my favorite!!! sarappp nman… thanks for sharing your recipe :)

  18. gelaikuting says:

    my favorite!!! thanks for sharing your recipe! nice blog! :)

  19. enden_pasayon@yahoo.com says:

    sarap yaaan

  20. Mat Jess says:

    This is great, I will have to try it. I already cooked chicken adobo for my (Filipina) wife and she said it was really nice (maybe being polite? haha). This is her next surprise.

  21. Mat Jess says:

    This is a great blog, I only stumbled on it searching adobo recipes, and I have to say this is the best recipe site I have found so far! Thank you and keep up the good work… I subscribed. P.S. we’re in Australia.

  1. May 31, 2012

    […] Note : this recipe also appears @ Ang Sarap, original post can be seen here Adobong Sitaw […]

  2. October 22, 2012

    […] and lots of garlic. Several dishes are cooked in this manner like the Pork Adobo, Chicken Adobo, Adobong Sitaw and Adobong Kangkong  to name some. Most of the ingredients and techniques are the same accross […]

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