Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Cy's Chicken Adobo


This is what I had for dinner at my mom's house the night of the Hawaii Kai traffic.

My brother Cy made it.  He said it was really easy . . . you just throw all the ingredients together and boil.  It was really, really good.






13 comments:

Kalin's Mommy said...

OOh something to try on our tuesday night family dinners!

Does anyone have a recipe for shoyu chicken, something like the one from Kabuki delicatessin in Waimalu? It's somewhat like an oil based shoyu chicken, I think it's baked and is very tasty. Unfortunately when going there recently they overcook the chicken and the meat is a little on the dry side.

K and S said...

mmm

jalna said...

Baked shoyu chicken! Sounds interesting, Michele.

It was very tasty and fall-off-the bone, Kat.

Erick said...

Looks easy and ono. Adding it to my Jalna recipe list.

jalna said...

Yay Erick. Looks so simple that I might even try to make it myself.

Les said...

I'm gonna show Randy this recipe...I'm getting sick of his recipe :)

jalna said...

I think my mom's had this recipe for awhile Les.

Betty Townsend said...

Wow, super easy. I have to try this one. I've tried several others and haven't liked it at all.

jalna said...

I love adobo, Betty. Hope this recipe works out for you.

Nippon Nin said...

I think I could use this recipe tonight. One pot dinner is what I like. The recipe called for boneless skinless chicken yet it seems like he didn't follow exactly-I love it! I never heard of salt-free soy sauce but I will check it out next time I'm at Japanese market.

jalna said...

Akemi, hopefully your kitchen renovation won't take too much longer.

Anonymous said...

I made this for family dinner tonight... So easy and so yummy!!! Thank you for a great recipe. It is now filed with our family favorites!

jalna said...

Awww, Anon. Glad you liked it!!