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Adobado



"Adobado" is the adjective in Spanish used to describe dishes marinated or cooked in Adobo sauce.

Examples of dishes included lomo adobado (marinated pork loin), chamorro adobado (marinated pork shank), conejo adobado (marinated rabbit), pollo adobado (marinated chicken), etc.

Language Notes

On rare occasions, mis-spelt by English speakers as "Adabado."

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