Are you looking for an easy-to-follow Pork Adobo Recipe? It’s a well known Filipino Dish cooked in soy sauce, vinegar, onions, and garlic.
For today’s “Try Not To Say Aww” Challenge, I present to you, 3-year-old Riley Miel from the Philippines. She’s here to teach you how to cook the famous Pinoy dish, Pork Adobo, in the cutest, most adorable way.
This little lady has only recently started uploading cute instructive videos on YouTube. And she does it with the help of her mom. She currently has two videos on her channel, and the first one showcases her cooking skills.
In the video, she shares her special “Pinatuyuang Pork Adobo Recipe”. While most toddlers are into playing pretend cooking with kitchen set toys, three-year-old Riley Miel prefers the real deal. And apparently, she hasn’t only been blessed charm and adorable looks, but also with creativity.
She starts the video by introducing herself, as what all pros do. She, then, proceeds to list the ingredients. Like the chef that she is (Watch out Gordon Ramsay!), she guides the viewers to a step-by-step procedure on how to cook her best adobo recipe. Of course, she had to ask Mommy’s help with cutting the meat and vegetables, as well as with lighting up her miniature stove.
If you’re ready for extreme cuteness, watch the full video below.
Pork Adobo Recipe Video
Did you love her Pork Adobo Recipe tutorial? If yes, then you’re gonna love her other videos too. Check them out here and don’t forget to subscribe!
If you’re looking for some chicken recipe, check out our Chicken Tinola recipe here.