Adobong Manok sa Buko

Adobong Manok sa Buko is simply Filipino chicken adobo cooked with young coconut juice. It can also be referred to as “Inadobong Manok sa Buko”.  It is delicious with a well balanced flavor. I enjoyed having this dish for lunch.

Difference Between Young Coconut Juice and Coconut Milk

Young coconut Juice is different than coconut milk. It is transparent and has a sweet taste. It can easily be extracted from young coconut once cracked open.

Coconut milk, on the other hand, is derived from the meat of mature coconut. Extra effort is needed to produce it.

 

 

Adobong Manok sa Buko

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Adobong Manok sa Buko is simply Filipino chicken adobo cooked with young coconut juice. It can also be referred to as “Inadobong Manok sa Buko”.  It is delicious with a well balanced flavor. I enjoyed having this dish for lunch.

 

Difference Between Young Coconut Juice and Coconut Milk

Young coconut Juice is different than coconut milk. It is transparent and has a sweet taste. It can easily be extracted from young coconut once cracked open.

Coconut milk, on the other hand, is derived from the meat of mature coconut. Extra effort is needed to produce it.

The meat from mature coconuts needs to be separated from the endocarp by scraping. There is a special tool that can scrape the meat while grating it at the same time. The grated meat is squeezed in order to extract coconut milk. This is the ingredient used to cook Adobong Manok sa Gata.

How to Cook Adobong Manok sa Buko

Anyone can easily cook this dish. the procedure is straightforward and easy to follow.

Start by marinating the chicken pieces in soy sauce and vinegar for at least 30 minutes. The longer the marinade time, the better. If you have extra time, I suggest doing it longer for best results.

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