Monday, December 17, 2012

Sari-Sari Adobo

This is one of the best seller in our eatery in Panabo, Davao, Philippines. I learned to cook this from there, people called this dish "sari sari" literally in English it means "assorted" and that is true because this dish is composed of assorted parts of pig, like the ear, liver, heart and intestines, etc. Gross? Exotic? Maybe, if you do not like it, but frankly speaking it is yummy! If you like "sisig" I am 100% sure that you will like this too. Maybe this is a Visayan version of sisig. :D Here are the ingredients for this.

2 pork's ears
1 pork's heart
1/4 kilo pork's liver
1 pork's tongue 
8 cloves garlic
1 onion
1 teaspoon ground pepper
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/4 cup vinegar
Some chili
some spring onion

1. Boil all the pork's parts, make sure that the tenderness is right then slice into small pieces.
2. Saute the garlic and onion then add the rest of the ingredients, simmering and stirring occasionally until done.
3. Serve hot and garnish with spring onion.


  1. Hmm...similar to sisig? 1 plate of warm rice please! :)

  2. san po sa panabo ang sa inyo? cause im from panabo too.

  3. Malapit sa Maryknoll, Tadeco road, hanapin mo lang ang BUDGET MEAL CORNER amin yon sa malapit sa terminal going to tadeco

  4. Thanks for the recipe. Namiss ko to talaga tong food na to. Favorite "ready-made" food kasi namin to ng tatay ko and lucky enough to run over this from your blog. I will cook this for my hubby soon and give him a taste of Davao. Greatly appreciated :-) Sana meron din kayong dinuguan Davao style... Thanks!!!

  5. Try it with intestines, stomach, etc...

  6. hello. salamat kaayo sa recipe. tga panabo pud ko. 😁

  7. hello. salamat kaayo sa recipe. tga panabo pud ko. 😁


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