Adobo, in dry form, is a variant mix of oregano, garlic and other Latino spices used to season meat, poultry and fish dishes.
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).
Adobo seasoning is typically used to add flavor to dishes before cooking, usually ones which contain meat (tenderloin of beef and pork) or rice.
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Out of adobo seasoning? Perhaps make your own with this handy recipe.