Lodo Red Adobo
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Our Lodo Red Adobo is only one type of adobo seasonings we make, the others include La Plata Peak and salt-free Mexican. “What is an adobo?” We hear this question quite often at the shops. The definition from most sources describes a dish of marinated vegetables and meat or fish served with rice. The Philippines are most often given credit for the dish, although Mexico has a long history of adobo making.
Chile powder, Spanish paprika, salt, black pepper, shallots, Mexican oregano, minced green onion, cumin, cloves and arrowroot
Digging a little deeper, we found that the word adobo comes from Old Spanish word adobar, which means to stew. Because marinating vegetables and meat or fish is a common everyday process, this opens up a world of opportunities. The basic difference with an adobo style marinade is that vinegar is always used as the tenderizer.