Chicken Adobo has been associated with Filipino cuisine since time immemorial. Cooking chicken using the inadobo method results in a great-tasting dish. It also helps keep prolong its storage life. This method involves two procedures, boiling and frying. Pork and Chicken Adobo is a version of Filipino adobo using the combination of chicken and pork. Adobo is considered as the signature dish of the Philippines. Almost all meat, seafood, and vegetables can be cooked using the inadobo method. The traditional recipe for bibingka calls for glutinous rice to be soaked in water overnight in tapayan jars to allow it to ferment with the addition of wild yeast called bubod or tuba palm wine.The soaked and fermented rice is then ground into a smooth and viscous batter called galapong through the use of a millstone or gilingang bato.This method makes use of the fermentation to produce the ...