If you’re still on the Frozen bandwagon, then I have some hilarious news.
YouTuber Mikey Bustos parodied Frozen‘s “Let It Go” with adobo.
Adobo. “Let It Go.” I mean, it was bound to happen, right?
Quite frankly, I’m over the Frozen hype, and if I hear that piano intro again, I may just rip my hair out. But, I can let it slip just once more.
I might have to make some pork carnitas adobo after watching this video.
(By the way, excuse my lack of posts lately. The holidays sure can be relaxing! I recently had this ube/leche flan cupcake the other day, and I’m dying to talk about it in my next blog post! If you’re interested, find the picture of it on my Instagram, @eatfortoday!)
Adobo can be made with different types of proteins, but I never imagined pork carnitas. Could you imagine tender, shredded carnitas simmered in garlic, soy sauce, and vinegar? Say it isn’t so, Peaches & Puppies! The thought alone is enough to make my stomach grumble.
This is an interesting and mouthwatering take on a signature Filipino dish. I’ve always been a sucker for Filipino fusion, so this recipe gets a thumbs up from yours truly.
Give the recipe a gander, and let me know what you think.
Oh, and to the duo behind Peaches & Puppies, cook a pot of this and send some my way! Much appreciated!
If you still feel like you’re not quite grasping the basics of Filipino food, then the video above may teach you a few things about my homeland’s cuisine.
The video features YouTube sensations the Fung Brothers and Richie Le venturing deep in to the scary abyss known as West Covina, Calif. to try Filipino food. They also bring Filipino-American musician AJ Rafael along to give them a rundown on his culture’s food.