Every Wednesday, our class ends at 10:45 am; a little bit too early to retire for the day. And since Bea couldn’t come with us, we decided not to go out. We then decided to cook Adobo, the most famous dish from the PH. Tricia and I went up he hill to buy some ingredients and it was such a fun experience. The trek, rather the hike, was so tiring that we caught ourselves gasping for air as we reached the top of the hill. We went in the grocery store and searched for the ingredients.
We easily spotted the chicken and it was immediately removed from our list. We found the soy sauce but it was a struggle since everything was in Korean. We even asked the staff but to no avail.We then decided to just get the smallest bottle in case we don’t like the taste. The vinegar on the other hand was easier since there was Heinz, an imported brand. I decided to go with it since it can be trusted. We went to another grocery store to get garlic, onion, and pepper. Then we were good to go.
Tricia and I were amateurs in cooking adobo, so we sought the help of our moms. Tricia’s mom called us (video call) and instructed us with what to do. The call lasted the whole cooking session. Tricia thought that the dish wouldn’t taste that nice but as for me, I knew that we were born for this haha. And alas, we finished cooking and Shanelle joined us for dinner.
Watch our video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euC93D9vC_c&feature=youtu.be