Everyone has their own adobo preferences: some like it vinegary, others just chicken and no pork, and some twice- fried. When it comes to Project Blank’s adobo though, it seems like everyone agrees that it’s deliciously good. The bottled adobo flakes is a product of Marge Pateña and her family using a recipe they have long cooked at home and have now decided to share with everyone else. “It is different from other adobo flakes because we don’t use vinegar and laurel leaves to cook it,” says Pateña. To accommodate varying tastes, they’ve also released three varieties: regular, mild spicy, and spicy. The flakes are drenched and preserved in oil, which also makes for a flavorful ingredient when cooking fried rice to go with the adobo.
Project Blank’s adobo comes in 300gram bottles and sells for P350.