It took longer for me to write an article about Adobong Binisaya recipe. But without further ado here is the complete recipe below.
2 pounds of pork sirloin, cubed
5 tablespoon of vinegar
1/4 tablespoon ground black pepper
1/4 tablespoon corn pepper
3-4 pieces laurel leaves
5 cloves of garlic
1. Mix all ingredients except the cooking oil and bring it to a boil
2. Simmer until meat is tender and water is almost gone
3. Set aside and oil to the frying pan
4. Place the meat and cook it till brown
5. Serve hot with steam rice. Share and enjoy!
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