Homemade #ADOBO #seasoning Mix & Dry Rub

July 17, 2020
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  • Prep time 20 minutes
  • Makes 1 batch lasting 4-6 weeks, if you cook everyday.
Author Notes

This is the Adobo Recipe we use at the Sai Baba #vegetarian #Soup #Kitchen in #Harlem, #NewYork, where I've been volunteering for some time now. I created this recipe to enhance the vegetarian fare we offer each wednesday, however, you can also use this fro any meats or fish, as well as a dry rub for #BBQ or #Braising. I decided to post this because i figure a lot of people who may #boycott #Goya will looking for an Adobo recipe. feel free to
leave out any ingredient or add any ingredient or adjust the quantity to make it you own. thats the terrific thing about Adobo, you can customize it to your heart's content. It also travels well. I'm @darrel3000 everywhere, including at gmail, so don't hesitate to ask me questions. —@darrel3000

What You'll Need
  • 1 cup ground Cumin (Geera)
  • 1 cup Garlic Powder
  • 1 cup onion Powder
  • 1 cup sea salt-Finely ground
  • 1/2 cup thyme
  • 1/2 cup Cayenne pepper (Chilli Powder) =OPTIONAL
  • 1 cup Black Pepper
  • 1/2 cup oregano
  1. add all ingredients into one container (glass or plastic) with wide mouth, thoroughly mix it all together. remove about 1 cup f the mix to your daily use jar and place the large container in a paper bag and just leave it on your pantry shelf.
  2. use about 1 tablespoon per pound of vegetables or meat or fish. You may also use it as a dry rub to Bar-B-Que, smoke, braise or oven roast meats. you may also sprinkle this Adobo on vegetables before grilling.

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