Adobo Seasoning is one of the most popular seasonings used in Latin cooking because it’s versatile and phenomenal. Once you try it, you too will be sprinkling this on just about anything.
My family has used Adobo seasoning for as long as I can remember. They use it on beef, lamb, pork, chicken, and as an added spice to many of the Peruvian style dishes. My dad – the English, Irish, Scottish, Frenchman – uses it on many of his dishes. It’s just second nature in my family. I like to create my own spice blends. I know what’s in them and I can pronounce every ingredient in English and in Spanish.
Spice mixes are so easy to make and usually you already have the ingredients on hand. For this concoction you will need granulated garlic, kosher salt, pepper, ground cumin, oregano, and ground turmeric.
Adobo Seasoning is especially great on pork. When using, there is no need to add salt because salt is already in the mix.
Adobo Seasoning isn’t limited to using on pork. I use it on chicken, meats, vegetables, or to add flavor to dips and sauces.
If you want the best chicken wings ever, check out my adobo seasoned crack wings. They’re incredible!
Give this and my other spices a try and enjoy.
Be happy, eat well…
A homemade version of the popular Adobo Seasoning made with all natural ingredients and no fillers.
- ¼ cup granulated garlic powder
- ¼ cup kosher salt
- 4 teaspoons pepper
- 4 teaspoons ground cumin
- 2 teaspoons oregano
- 2 teaspoons ground turmeric
Thoroughly combine all ingredients and store in an airtight container.
Use on pork, beef, chicken, seafood, rice, beans, stews, or sauces.