How A Filipino Chef Makes Traditional Adobo | Passport Kitchen | Epicurious

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“When you’re eating adobo, it reminds me of grandmother’s cooking. It brings comfort and soul to the table.” Today on Passport Kitchen, Filipino Chef Anton Dayrit returns to Epicurious to make his pork belly and chicken adobo recipe—a prime example of how every Filipino family puts their own spin on this “unofficial national dish.”

Director: Mel Ibarra
Director of Photography: Kevin Dynia
Editor: Jared Hutchinson, Boris Khaykin
Director of Culinary Production: Kelly Janke
Culinary Producer: Jessica Do
Culinary Associate Producer: Leslie Raney
Line Producer: Jen McGinity
Associate Producer: Oadhan Lynch
Production Manager: Janine Dispensa
Production Coordinator: Elizabeth Hymes
Casting Producer: Vanessa Brown
Camera Operator: Erron Francis
Audio Engineer: Bret Van Deusen
Production Assistant: Nicole Gaitan
Post Production Supervisor: Andrea Farr
Post Production Coordinator: Scout Alter
Supervising Editor: Eduardo Araújo
Assistant Editor: Courtney Karwal

0:00 Pork and Chicken Adobo
0:19 Part 1 – Preparing The Ingredients
1:02 Part 2 – Cooking The Adobo
3:51 Part 3 – How To Eat Adobo

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