I don’t know a Latin/Hispanic person who didn’t grow up eating food seasoned with Adobo. This versatile spice blend of salt, pepper, garlic powder and oregano is a staple in many Latin kitchens, but the popular brands feature MSG, not something I’m keen on consuming willingly. My homemade blend captures all the flavors of the bottled stuff, without any unnecessary additives! Sprinkle it on meats, seafood, eggs, and more, there’s nothing that you can’t kick up a notch with a sprinkle of Adobo!
2 tablespoons kosher salt
1 tablespoon ground black pepper
1 tablespoon garlic powder
1 tablespoon dried oregano
1 tablespoon ground turmeric
Measure out the spice ingredients.
Place the spices into a bowl and mix thoroughly.
Store the Adobo mix in an airtight jar, for up to 1 year.
Do you have the recipe for the Adobo Sauce? I want to make the cilantro lime chicken kabobs today. Thank you
Hi Fabiola, adobo sauce is the sauce that chipotle chilis are canned in, you can purchase canned chipotle chilis in most supermarkets in the Hispanic or Mexican grocery section.
Thank you so much I found it . Goya chipotle peppers and adobo sauce
This is wonderful! I was looking for something like this! Do you by chance have a recipe for home made sazon?
Thanks Lori! I sure do, check it out here https://delishdlites.com//latin-recipes/homemade-sazon-seasoning/
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