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    Pancake House's Adobo Sulipan Recipe

    Imagine a hardboiled egg, pickled kangkong (water spinach), fresh tomatoes, steamed rice and shredded adobo flakes with lots of garlic: Adobo Sulipan at Pancake House, Tutubi's favorite adobo recipe incarnation.

    adobo sulipan

    Now costing around P190, quite pricey for the average pinoy meal, adobo sulipan is worth it although at times the preparation may be inconsistent.

    mango crepethe mango crepe is also something to look for as well as their "Best Taco in town" at P70 each

    Adobo, the Philippines' "national dish," according to some has far too many versions to be listed but the most popular ones, besides adobo sulipan, are adobo sa gata (coconut milk), adobong matamis (sweet adobo), adobong tuyo (dry), adobong masabaw (soupy), adobo sa pinya (pineapples), and adobo sa kalamansi (philippine lemon).

    About the history behind adobo, Tutubi is planning to post about it in the future along with his own adobo recipe. Even the origin behind adobo sulipan, whether it's related to barangay Sulipan in Apalit,Pampanga as part of the famous "sulipan cuisine," needs further research.

    Pancake House, not only serves pancakes, but other Filipino specialties, and present in various locations around the Philippines.


    posted by backpacking philippines @ 9:32 PM,


    At Nov 6, 2007, 11:03:00 PM, Blogger exskindiver said...

    naglaway ako.

    At Nov 7, 2007, 5:19:00 AM, Blogger Photo Cache said...

    wow i was not aware that there are different types of adobo. waiting for your adobo recipe

    At Nov 7, 2007, 8:39:00 AM, Blogger carlotta said...

    mango crepe? now you're talkin'! =)

    kakagutom yang food mo ah =)

    At Nov 7, 2007, 11:50:00 AM, Anonymous rhodora said...

    Wow! Ang sarap! I haven't eaten adobong kangkong in a long time. They have it Chow King. I think I'm going to have some later. Yummy!

    At Nov 7, 2007, 12:00:00 PM, Anonymous miss.adventures said...

    looks yummy! so far, my favorite adobo outside the house is cafe bola's adobo flakes with kesong puti. you should try it if you haven't yet. looking forward to your secret adobo recipe! =)

    At Nov 7, 2007, 1:02:00 PM, Anonymous orange said...

    wow, yummy! let's eat in Pancake House one of these days. :)

    At Nov 7, 2007, 1:10:00 PM, Blogger pieterbie said...

    That mango crepe looks wicked.

    At Nov 7, 2007, 6:21:00 PM, Anonymous tutubi said...

    chesca, looks yummy, huh? ako rin nagutom kasi past 6 na pala

    photo cache, my adobo recipe is the dry type. if i can find the time to to cook it. i've never cooked it for many years now :(

    carlotta, sarap din mango crepe sa pho hoa

    rhodora, adobong kangkong nga sa chow king mura lang

    miss.adventures, cafe bola? pricey dun, not the usual hangout of tutubi :P

    orange, sarap nga

    pieterbie, wickedly sweet though i prefer pho hoa's mango crepe with ice cream

    At Nov 7, 2007, 7:02:00 PM, Blogger tin-tin said...

    i got hungry. promise!

    At Nov 7, 2007, 8:09:00 PM, Anonymous kyels said...

    Wow, sarap ha!

    I swear I'm getting hungry too because I haven't had my dinner!


    At Nov 7, 2007, 9:05:00 PM, Blogger pusa said...

    yum sarap nga jan sa pancake, fave ko un chicken gravy nila =) at un taco minus gulay

    At Nov 8, 2007, 6:53:00 PM, Anonymous tutubi said...

    tin-tin, kagutom nga. gusto ko taco nila marami sili :P

    kyels, try also their taco with lots of chili sauce

    pusa, gusto ko ng yung taco dripping with hot sauce

    At Nov 14, 2007, 2:36:00 PM, Blogger dodong flores said...

    I'm drooling here...

    At May 30, 2010, 11:53:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    i love adobo sulipan


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