Adobo is a very fragrant dish, a traditional specialty from the Philippines.
It brings together a protein or vegetable cooked with a lot of onions, garlic, soy sauce and bay leaves.
A childhood staple and inspired to explore the best of the BTD, why not try kale adobo?
Kale is a superfood which is cancer beneficial for blood types AB & O and Diabetes beneficial for types B & O!
Soy sauce is essential to this dish, but i like to use tamari, a great option that remains very close to soy sauce and which does not contain wheat.
Kale adobo is a great vegetarian meal, it could also be a great side dish to a protein.
Make in 30 minutes
PREPARE THE VEGGIES
- Peel and finely slice the onion.
- Wash and strip the kale from any tough veins, keeping the soft leaves. Massage the leaves to tenderise them for a couple of minutes in a bowl.
- In a pan, sweat the onion and the garlic with the clarified butter until golden.
- Add the kale to the onion. Lower the heat. Cook for at least 10 minutes until leaves are softened.
- Add the tamari and reduce the juices for a couple of minutes.
With a side of rice.
For blood type A: Kale, onion, garlic and tamari are beneficial. Clarified butter, bay leaves and rice are neutral.
For blood type B: Kale, is beneficial. Clarified butter, onion, garlic, bay leaves, tamari and rice are neutral.
For blood type O: Kale, onion, garlic are beneficial. Clarified butter, bay leaves, tamari and rice are neutral.
For blood type AB: Kale and garlic are beneficial. Clarified butter, onion, bay leaves, tamari and rice are neutral.
6 Cups kale, chopped
1 Medium onion, finely sliced
1 Tsp clarified butter
2 Bay leaf
2 Garlic cloves, sliced
2 Tbsps tamari
2 cups steamed white or brown rice