My friend Dani gave me this wonderful recipe for chicken adobo and i make it all the time now. i of course never follow a recipe to a T so i had to change a few things.
ingredients: chicken thighs, a large onion, garlic, seasonings, soy sauce, balsamic vinegar, and crushed red pepper.
take your chicken thighs and remove the skin (comes off very easily) i rinse them off then set on cookie sheet sprinkle with garlic powder, pepper, and salt (just a little salt)
get your favorite pan hot and add a bit of olive oil then add chicken
*important do not move the chicken until it starts to brown. you want the chicken to get a nice color then flip it over and cook until that side is nicely colored. remove it and set on clean cookie sheet or pan and cook the other half of chicken. (the chicken will NOT be done, nor will it look done)
and cook until onions are nice and translucent and they have pretty much picked up all those bits on the bottom
next add balsamic vinegar (the original recipe called for apple cider but i didn't have any) to soy sauce. for today i used 1 cup balsamic and 2/3 soy (for less chicken use 2/3 and 1/3) let simmer
add all chicken back to pan
cover and let cook for about 20-30 minutes or until all the chiken is cooks and the color looks so yummy
i serve with rice and veggies.
3 ww points per piece of chicken.
oh and i don't normally make my rice in a nice meat pile like this i just had to measure it for the points =)