Gwyneth Paltrow Enamored with Adobo Dish

| July 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Philippines is not only well-renowned for its finest tourist attractions, pristine beaches and various heritage sites which remarkably introduce the Pearl of the Orient, as of the most expressive countries in the world. Culturally, this country has so much to brag about in terms of ideologies, literature, customs and traditions among other things. But, it seems like Filipino cuisines are the most unforgettable treasures of this sovereign and patriotic nation that everyone is so crazy about. A classic example of this, is a truly palatable dish which is simply referred to as adobo.

Sultry Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow falls in love with the delicious adobo.

Sultry Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow falls in love with the delicious adobo.

Actually, this is not really a Pinoy-oriented food. It is Spanish in origin. Regardless of its fascinating etymology, there is no reason for Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow not to savor this dish all over again. According to reliable sources, Paltrow is going to promote this mouthwatering cuisine on her very own and unique lifestyle portal which is named as Goop. To date, she had already posted it on the said website.

Curiously, Gwyneth has decided to have it complemented with those fluffy waffles. Aside from these, she even added some nice-tasting sauce which is made up of maple syrup, soy sauce and peppers. Moreover, in cooking her newest dish she made use of white vinegar to make the chicken more colorful and perhaps more appetizing to eat. Best of all, it would be much easier to digest and be absorbed by the body. Below, is the newest version of adobo which has been creatively patterned after her inherent brilliance and creativity.

First and foremost, let the chicken to simmer in the broth of the following ingredients: White vinegar, bay leaves, garlic, sugar, soy sauce, salt, pepper flakes, and peppercorns. After which, dip it in a luscious mixture of buttermilk. Then, prepare the chicken for its breading and frying procedures. Lastly, you can add some chili if you want your royal adobo dish to be more sensational like Gwyneth.

It is extremely heartwarming to know that Gwyneth Paltrow magnificently appreciates the ever-evolving culture of the Philippines through her unparalleled creativity; and somehow a sense of belongingness to an Asian country which deeply knows the real meaning of good food.

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