Adobo

Adobo, in dry form, is a variant mix of oregano, garlic and other Latino spices used to season meat, poultry and fish dishes.

Allergy Alert:

Since adobo seasoning is a blend of different spices*, check all ingredients in it before using it in a dish. In the event of an adverse reaction to adobo seasoning, contact your allergist.

*Adobo contains salt, paprika, black pepper, onion powder, oregano, cumin, garlic powder, and chili powder (Food.com).

 

Common Uses:

Adobo seasoning is typically used to add flavor to dishes before cooking, usually ones which contain meat (tenderloin of beef and pork) or rice.

Dietary Information and Related Articles:

Out of adobo seasoning? Perhaps make your own with this handy recipe.