Adobo is a seasoning used on many traditional Mexican and other Latin American foods. In Spanish, Adobar means to marinate, and this seasoning is often used as a rub, marinade, or just cooked into chicken, meat, and fish. Great for grilling, frying, roasting or sautéing, it is often used as a base seasoning for beans, rice, stews, soups, vegetables, and sauces.
Our own recipe, blended with garlic, sea salt, cumin, black pepper, turmeric, and oregano.
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