Want to grill chicken breasts and need marinade. Would like use up can adobo peppers have in house
PHIL is a trusted home cook.
there are some options if you search Food52. Here is a good basic one you can adapt if need be: https://food52.com/recipes... . You can go wrong with those canned peppers.
Alternatively if you don't want to use an entire can of adobo peppers you can always freeze them. Plop them out of the can onto a piece of waxed paper or parchment and put in the freezer. Peel the plops off once frozen and put them in a plastic bag until you get a recipe that calls for an adobo pepper or two.
Thanks for this info. I often see recipes calling for small amounts of peppers and/or sauce and think I would not want to open an entire can to use 1 Tablespoon of the sauce.
?????Adobo is a sauce- Chipotle peppers (smoked jalapenos) are commonly packed in it, could that be what you mean?
Yes. Have a can in pantry
I made this recipe a few weeks ago for Carmelized Chipotle Chicken and loved it!
Thx will give a try .. Ended up not using the adobo and went total different direction for dinner
This is an interesting mash up, but I've cooked out of the Rachael Ray 365 30 minute meals cookbook since college and I always come back to this dish: http://www.rachaelraymag...
In regards to using up leftover canned adobo, I puree the remaining can in the food processor and freeze it flat in a zip top bag, then I break off a square when I want to use it.
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