One of, if not the most famous Filipino dishes of all time, is no other than the classic Adobo. This classic dish is recognized worldwide as one of the most delicious and native Filipino dishes of all time. A lot of people actually already tried to cook different versions of it but of course, nothing can ever beat the original. The Adobo can be cooked using either pork or chicken, and then served with freshly-cooked white rice or sinangag (garlic fried rice).
But aside from these traditional versions of Adobo, there’s actually another one that a lot of Filipinos loved, especially beer-lovers because this is undoubtedly one of the best-tasting pulutan out there. Yup, I’m talking about the Spicy Chicken Feet Adobo with Sprite Recipe that absolutely satisfied the tastes of many Filipinos throughout the years. Chicken feet or “adidas”, as some may call them, are famous Asian delicacies and they’re incredibly tasty too. That’s why when Filipinos came up with using them as the main ingredients for the all-time favorite Adobo dish, a lot of people really loved it, as well as foreigners!
So if you love Chicken Feet Adobo like me, then this is definitely our lucky day! Get ready because Panlasang Pinoy Recipes will teach us yet another blockbuster dish to satisfy our gastronomic cravings. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s do it!
Spicy Chicken Feet Adobo with Sprite Recipe
Are you ready? It’s time to make another blockbuster dish that will sweep your customers off their feet! All of the ingredients we’ll need for this recipe can be easily bought from your local markets or grocery stores so make sure to put them on your list when you do your errands, okay? Oh, and don’t let the cooking procedures scare you! I’m sure that you’ll be able to follow them easily.
Before we start, let us first go through the list of all the ingredients. Of course, we’ll be needing some chicken feet, vinegar, soy sauce, ground pepper, peppercorn, oyster sauce, sugar, laurel leaves, salt, liquid seasoning, bay leaves, onion, garlic, ginger, red chili pepper (siling labuyo), water, and our secret ingredient, Sprite! It’s your choice if you want to add some red chili peppers to make it spicy but hey, it’s always better to spice it up a bit!
Okay, now that we’ve got everything that we need, it’s time to cook! First, make sure to thoroughly clean and wash the chicken fit and get rid of excess debris and dirt from it. After that, just heat the pan, add some oil, and sautè the garlic, ginger, and onion. Once the aroma starts to kick in, add the chicken feet, salt, ground pepper, liquid seasoning, soy sauce, and water altogether. Sautè everything up and just let it simmer for about 10 minutes.
After 10 minutes, it’s time to add some oyster sauce and sugar. Then, put on the cover to let the mixture boil. When it’s already boiling, add the peppercorn and bay leaves to complete the flavor. Put on the cover again and adjust the flame to medium heat to let it simmer for at least 1 hour so that the chicken becomes very tender and flavorful. After an hour, it’s finally time to add our secret ingredient! Add the Sprite and some vinegar then let the sauce reduce to your desired consistency. If you’re a huge fan of spicy foods, add the siling labuyo and some more peppers.
Alright! Just cook it for a little bit more until the sauce further reduces and all the flavors become incorporated with each other. And voila! You successfully cooked your own version of the delicious, savory, and Spicy Chicken Feet Adobo with Sprite Recipe!
Boom! Just serve this bad boy with freshly cooked white rice and an ice-cold bottle of cola to complete your amazing meal. Our Spicy Chicken Feet Adobo is also a perfect pulutan for some “Friday Night Inuman” with your friends and family so go ahead now and try it!
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- 1 kilo Chicken feet
- 1 Mismo sprite
- ¼ cup vinegar
- 1 tsp ground pepper
- 1 tbsp pepper corn
- ½ cup soy sauce
- 3 tbsp oyster sauce
- 2 tbsp sugar
- 2-3 pcs. Laurel
- 1 tsp seasoning
- 1 tsp salt
- 5pcs bay leaves
- 1 medium onion
- 5 cloves garlic
- 1 small thumb chopped ginger
- Siling labuyo (optional)
- 4 cups of Water
- In a pan put cooking oil, sauté garlic, ginger and onion
- Add clean chicken feet, saute and add ground pepper, seasoning and salt then add water and soy sauce.
- Simmer for 10 minutes.
- After 10 mins add oyster sauce and sugar, cover and let it boil.
- While boiling add the pepper corn and bay leaves. cover and simmer for 1hr in medium heat flame.
- After an hour add sprite and vinegar.
- If you want spicy add siling labuyo and more pepper.
- Cover and continue cooking until sauce reduces.
- Serve and enjoy with rice.