Tangy Adobo Chicken

Tangy Adobo Chicken
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Serve with rice and green beans.
Yields:6 servings
Ingredients

To Freeze and Cook Later

  1. Label your freezer bag with the name of the recipe, cooking instructions, and “use-by” date (3 months from when you prepped the meal).
  2. Add all ingredients to your freezer bag.
  3. Remove as much air as possible, seal, and freeze.

To Cook in Crockpot

  1. Cook for 4-6 hours on “low” setting.
  2. After cooking, remove bay leaves and slice or shred chicken.

To Cook in Instant Pot

  1. Add frozen meal to Instant Pot and saute for 5 minutes to release some liquid.
  2. Flip over.
  3. Pressure cook 25 minutes.
  4. Natural release.
  5. Shred chicken and mix with sauce in Instant Pot.


7 Comments

  • sara_wezensky says:

    Does this have a vinegar-smell or taste to the finish? Husband hates the smell of vinegar.

    • Kelly McNelis says:

      Hmmm. I’m tangy, but I’m not sure if I’d describe it as “vinegar-y” or not. Next time I make it, I’ll pay extra attention. In the meantime, you could substitute lime juice or maybe even white wine (I’m not familiar with cooking with alcohol, but a quick google search recommended it as a good substitute).

  • Leticia Sangalang says:

    I made this in the pressure cooker with bone-in leg quarters. Turned out delicious!

  • Dawn Heart says:

    Hi! Thus looks delicious , but I’m thinking the nutrition doesn’t match the recipe? There’s really no ingredient that has many carbs.

    Thanks!

  • Ruth Ortega says:

    I made this yesterday In my slow cooker. It came out very good. It had lots of flavor. I used boneless, skinless chicken thigh and I used apple cider vinegar instead of white vinegar. I will definitely made it again.

  • Kristi Placek says:

    I made this tonight- first recipe since purchasing access last night!! I wasn’t sure, because my hubby is not a fan of anything overly vinegary.
    We all three LOVED it. My 6 yr old son gave it two thumbs up and went for four helpings (small portions each time!) and declared that it was a make again recipe!
    I made it exactly as directed, except for I didn’t prep it and freeze it first. Found the recipe at 4:30 after work and by 6:00 dinner was on the table (from frozen chicken) using the instant pot.
    Thank you for making dinner time easier!!
    Kristi

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