Easy Rotisserie Chicken Adobo
I love rotisserie chickens that you can buy at the grocery store. You can get a lot of meals out of 1 rotisserie chicken (for cheap!) and you can use them in a lot of different recipes.
When I have used a rotisserie chicken for some meals, a lot of times there is some chicken leftover, but it is little pieces that are hard to get out. I simmer the leftover chicken in some water and let it fall off the bone.
To make chicken adobo, I put the whole leftover chicken (bones and all) in a big pot and just pour in some of a Mama Sita's Adobo packet. It may take 1/2 packet or 1 packet to get your desired taste. I simmer it for a couple hours (on low to medium). You have to keep it on low-medium or else it may burn.
Once the chicken falls off the bone, you can pick out the bones and skin easily.
You can eat after a couple hours and the next day. It always tastes better the next day(!) because the flavors get a chance to marinate there.
This also works to make chicken noodle soup. I just simmer the chicken in some water and add some chicken bouillon to taste.
The next day when you want to eat the adobo, you just microwave however much you want for 1 minute or 2. You can also heat up the whole pot if you want.
The picture on the right is the finished product chicken adobo with rice and I added a fried egg. Yum! There are fried eggs with Filipino food, but I tend to think of it with Vietnamese food, so maybe this is fusion. :) Anyways, it's really easy! You should try it.
We are good at this!