Baked Chicken Adobo Crepe in Garlic Sauce and Cheese Recipe

 


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Let me start off this post by giving my non-Filipino readers a little introduction about Adobo. Adobo is a popular Filipino way of cooking and a dish that involves meat, veggies, or seafoods marinated in soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, peppercorns, oregano, garlic, and salt or fish sauce.

But different varieties of Adobo have sprung up over the years; each one has either kept all basic ingredients then just added new elements into the recipe, or kicked one or two ingredient/s out of the list. But all Adobo recipes must have these essentials: vinegar, peppercorn, salt, and garlic, or else, it won’t taste Adoboish at all.

In our family, Adobo has always been a part of my weekly meal plan, for two reasons: (1) because it’s a family favorite, and  (2) it’s one of the easiest recipes to make.

However, today’s feature recipe isn’t about making adobo, but how to turn it into a different dish. Sounds interesting? Wait. Let me turn up the volume a little more.  What if I tell you that our main ingredient for this recipe is a leftover adobo – soaked in a very rich and creamy garlic sauce, topped with overflowing cheese?

Drooling now?

There you go.

So without further blahs, here’s my

Baked Chicken Adobo Crepe in Garlic Sauce and Cheese Recipe

Ingredients:

For the crepe

1 small box of Maya pancake mix or you can use all-purpose flour

1 egg

1 tsp of oil

1-2 cups of water

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For the filling

1/2 kg. Chicken Adobo leftover

onions

cheese

For the garlic sauce:

1 box of all-purpose cream

1/4 salted butter

1 pc. chicken cube

onions diced

1 clove garlic crushed

Procedure:

For the crepe

1. Mix flour, egg, oil, water in a bowl.

2. Heat a lightly oiled non-stick pan over medium heat.

3. Cook the crepe until 2 minutes or until bottom is brown.

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For the filling:

4. Cut leftover chicken adobo into cubes

5. Pour a teaspoon of oil on a skillet and fry leftover chicken adobo over medium heat

6. Cook for 3- 5 minutes until chicken turns brown

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For the garlic sauce:

Please see this post.

7. Pre-heat oven to 180C for 15 minutes

8. Line up your crepes on the baking pan

9. Fill in each crepe with a scoop of adobo and diced onions

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10. Pour in the garlic sauce

11. Put cheese on top and pop into the oven for 10-15 minutes or until cheese melts.

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Baked Chicken Adobo Crepe in Garlic Sauce and Cheese
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Serves: 4-5 persons
Today’s feature recipe isn’t about making adobo, but how to turn it into a different dish. Sounds interesting? Wait. Let me turn up the volume a little more. What if I tell you that our main ingredient for this recipe is a leftover adobo – soaked in a very rich and creamy garlic sauce, topped with overflowing cheese?
Ingredients
  • For the crepe
  • 1 small box of Maya pancake mix or you can use all-purpose flour
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp of oil
  • 1-2 cups of wate
  • For the filling
  • 1/2 kg. Chicken Adobo leftover
  • onions
  • cheese
  • For the garlic sauce:
  • 1 box of all-purpose cream
  • 1/4 salted butter
  • 1 pc. chicken cube
  • onions diced
  • 1 clove garlic crushed
Instructions
  1. For the crepe
  2. Mix flour, egg, oil, water in a bowl.
  3. Heat a lightly oiled non-stick pan over medium heat.
  4. Cook the crepe until 2 minutes or until bottom is brown.
  5. For the filling:
  6. Cut leftover chicken adobo into cubes
  7. Pour a teaspoon of oil on a skillet and fry leftover chicken adobo over medium heat
  8. Cook for 3- 5 minutes until chicken turns brown
  9. For the garlic sauce:
  10. Please see this post.
  11. Pre-heat oven to 180C for 15 minutes
  12. Line up your crepes on the baking pan
  13. Fill in each crepe with a scoop of adobo and diced onions
  14. Pour in the garlic sauce
  15. Put cheese on top and pop into the oven for 10-15 minutes or until cheese melts.

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