This recipe for pressure cooker chicken adobo and rice is not only delicious but very easy to make. This one-pot dish can be prepared and eaten in an hour. It’s tangy and salty without having added heat. It’s best cooked with bone-in chicken breasts and thighs to ensure it stays moist and tender. The brown rice cooks with the chicken, infusing the flavors. Ingredients and directions are listed for this delicious and complex tasting dish
- Chicken Adobo and Rice made in a pressure cooker sounds easy and delicious!
- Chicken Adobo sauce definitely sounds delicious and different from anything I have ever tried.
- I learned the meaning of “Adobo” it means a dressing or marinade in cooking terms.
“The same term, adobo, is used to mean “sauce” or “marinade” in both cuisines.”
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