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  • ๊ฒŒ์‹œ์ผ 2023. 07. 29.
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  • @GugaFoods
    @GugaFoods 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +12293

    Congrats brother 8M subs! Uncle Roger always making food better by using humor and keeping it real.

    • @p0BbB
      @p0BbB 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +117

      Oh my god GUGAAAA

    • @blueet0000
      @blueet0000 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +32

      EARLY

    • @spill4155
      @spill4155 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +19

      hi uncle

    • @gaigelarry
      @gaigelarry 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +49

      Great Uncle Guga ๐Ÿ˜Ž

    • @fademusic1980
      @fademusic1980 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +25

      uncle rodger still gonna get you for putting Udon in the ramen xD

  • @Zizi333
    @Zizi333 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1662

    Sheโ€™s actually right ๐Ÿ˜‚some provinces in Philippines use coconut milk for adobo. Some put pineapple on it or potato as well. Uncle rogerโ€™s version looks traditional adobo. The other one is the fancy version. Both looks good yumm

    • @sleepyinterface8819
      @sleepyinterface8819 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +39

      Ginataang adobo is what I think it's called

    • @jamesflores5424
      @jamesflores5424 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +8

      Is it an Ilocano adobo?

    • @rjclayton7192
      @rjclayton7192 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +7

      I think uncle Roger's actually looks somewhat better

    • @adasdawfdtyr
      @adasdawfdtyr 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +23

      โ€‹โ€‹@@jamesflores5424 this is more akin to bicol adobo. in ilocos sur, we use free range chicken for meat(native as we call it), and instead of soy sauce, we use bagoong(fish sauce).

    • @hazel3630
      @hazel3630 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +10

      Uncle roger's adobo looks more flavorful and leah's adobo looks more appealing to the eye

  • @serakiel8430
    @serakiel8430 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +403

    As a Filipino I approve the Coconut milk. Adobo is very diverse depending on the region it's being cooked.

    • @hahahaha-yp2dx
      @hahahaha-yp2dx 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

      are u commenting on an uncle roger video or is my youtube glitching

    • @Cenot4ph
      @Cenot4ph 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      "many varieties exist", thanks for using the other word in advance

  • @ickyknows
    @ickyknows 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +276

    Uncle Roger in Bicol, Philippines we put coconut milk in our adobo version. We call it โ€œAdobadoโ€ or adobo sa gata.. thank you so much for bringing our culinary to the world!

    • @mirazu156
      @mirazu156 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

      Ohh, just tasted that last week. One of my favorites now!

    • @sjihyo_
      @sjihyo_ 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      my fav version of adobo, glad to see a fellow Bicolano here !!

    • @ninfa4211
      @ninfa4211 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      So glad he is making adobo, one of my favorite meals!๐ŸŽ‰

  • @princemarckyvillaruz2355
    @princemarckyvillaruz2355 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +847

    As a Filipino I am very surprised that Uncle Roger knows how many soy sauce and he does not use olive oil which I give more respect

    • @carlocacho5733
      @carlocacho5733 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +10

      how many soy sauce? finish your sentence

    • @dirtapple1716
      @dirtapple1716 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +17

      Don't be too surprised, I'm white and when I make adobo I use dark, light, and soy paste; always chasing that umami dragon babyeeee

    • @AM-gaming273
      @AM-gaming273 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      And the sisig

    • @reyfuertes135
      @reyfuertes135 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

      Yeah true..

  • @Buuboi214
    @Buuboi214 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +117

    The humor between these 2 chefs is awesome. We need a part 2.

    • @SyN_B
      @SyN_B 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      Nah bro uncle Roger isn't a chef.

    • @giovannigiorgio2
      @giovannigiorgio2 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      โ€‹@@SyN_Bcumbodian butthurt ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • @mjfullente3359
    @mjfullente3359 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4777

    As a Filipino, putting coconut milk in adobo is very acceptable, we even put pineapple ๐Ÿ in our adobo. ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜…

    • @kouteipengin2go
      @kouteipengin2go 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +178

      that actually sounds very delicious ๐Ÿ˜ณ

    • @felixyamuyam878
      @felixyamuyam878 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +82

      @@kouteipengin2goseriously, it does.

    • @AoShinden
      @AoShinden 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +245

      Pineapple on adobo is divine

    • @PyRoSnIpEr225
      @PyRoSnIpEr225 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +8

      โ€‹@danielangelini1940 oh yeah, there too my friend

    • @Happy-mx9ds
      @Happy-mx9ds 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +113

      @@TG_TheRealTiger hear me out.. "a lot of Filipino dish contains pineapple because Filipinos have very sweet tooth"

  • @freestylerstvgaming8857
    @freestylerstvgaming8857 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +460

    The humor between Tita Leah and Uncle Roger is truly hilarious

    • @lynx9208
      @lynx9208 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      where is the humor lmfao?โ˜ ๏ธโ˜ ๏ธ

    • @heng2072
      @heng2072 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      I think your mother's food is like beef stew

    • @MelvinSalinasal
      @MelvinSalinasal 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +7

      It's Tito Roger now! Hahaha

    • @freestylerstvgaming8857
      @freestylerstvgaming8857 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +7

      @@lynx9208 those who dont have sense of humor needs to zipper their lips

  • @ms.robelanneretis989
    @ms.robelanneretis989 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +135

    That chef who used Datu Puti hits different. Approved by a native Filipino! Good Job!

    • @poptya
      @poptya 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

      My (white) mom used to make adobo all the time, no idea where she learned it, but she would always send me into the asian mart to find Datu Puti. I still remember it to this day

    • @muscularleopard9613
      @muscularleopard9613 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      @@poptyaWowโค๐Ÿ˜Š

  • @vryanapruebo4994
    @vryanapruebo4994 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +20

    Uncle Roger's version is homemade and Chef Leah's version is restaurant level.
    Thank you to both of you!

  • @trixie_pixie
    @trixie_pixie 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +176

    Tito Roger even sliced the meat correctly while eating. He used his spoon and not a knife. Good job, Tito Roger!

    • @jamesfoo8999
      @jamesfoo8999 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      Why use a spoon? Just tradition or some culinary reason?

    • @trixie_pixie
      @trixie_pixie 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +13

      @jamesfoo8999 Filipinos were warriors and highly skilled swordsmen. In Spanish colonial times, they didn't let Filipinos use knives when eating in case it would be used as a weapon against them. And so, my ancestors learned to slice food using a spoon. But even after our independence and knives could already be used, doubling the spoon as a knife pretty much stuck to this day.

    • @jamesfoo8999
      @jamesfoo8999 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      โ€‹@@trixie_pixie That's incredibly interesting, thanks

    • @trixie_pixie
      @trixie_pixie 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

      @@jamesfoo8999 You're welcome! :) Traditionally, Filipinos would eat with our hands and banana leaves. It's only when the Spanish came that we were introduced to cutlery.

    • @CT-mw8lm
      @CT-mw8lm ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      โ€‹@@trixie_pixiethat's more of a hypothesis than a fact. It's never once been mentioned in history lessons in the ph. Knives and knife making have existed for Filipinos long before the Spaniards even came. There was no way they could "take it away from us." Our cuisine is just better eaten with a spoon and fork, which was introduced by the Spaniards because Filipinos were seen as savages after seeing us eat with our hands. This particular fact, you'll actually see in our history books.

  • @PiinkFllamingo
    @PiinkFllamingo 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +26

    She is genuinely the most excited and interactive restaurateur Iโ€™ve seen on this channel!! โคโค

  • @YouTube
    @YouTube 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3857

    congratulations on 8m subs uncle roger! ๐ŸŽ‰

  • @TheBigburcie
    @TheBigburcie 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +215

    It's great that you can find chefs that can match the Roger sarcasm.

  • @lechinification4753
    @lechinification4753 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +138

    2 versions of adobo, that is so amazing. Thank you Leah for promoting our food heritage and same with Uncle Roger.

  • @danielriley7380
    @danielriley7380 6 ์ผ ์ „ +1

    Uncle Roger proving he can walk the walk, not just talk the talk. I want that adobo, and now I want to try to sous vide an egg!

  • @tondenila8039
    @tondenila8039 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +151

    Uncle Roger's adobo is the TRUEST adobo, but yeah in some parts of the PH๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ, people use coconut in adobo, great job Chef Leah. Congratulations on your 8Mth subcribers!

    • @neansath
      @neansath 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      I never knew this. Grandma, mom, and now my wife cooking adobo for me. No idea there's a version with coconut milk.

    • @hanslubas
      @hanslubas 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

      I'd argue it's the most common but Truest would be the Pre Colonial Adobo.

    • @lightkira8818
      @lightkira8818 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      @@hanslubas Traditional but not authentic like that pre colonial, Adobo without soy sauce.

    • @lightkira8818
      @lightkira8818 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      @@neansath Also, the Authentic adobo is without a soy sauce.

    • @michaelkevinmirasol8256
      @michaelkevinmirasol8256 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      That's the common Adobo recipe, not the real one because the most authentic ones doesn't even use soy sauce, just marinated in vinegar, garlic, and boiled till tender then they were stored in jars until ready to be used for frying as needed. (Look for andy.cook's episode on that)

  • @karlohtsuki
    @karlohtsuki ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Pork, or chicken doesn't matter for the adobo, this is a tradition weather classic, with coconut milk (adobong gata), with chili(specifically siling labuyo) for a kick, more potatoes, or pineapple tidbits, you name it (for as long as it's part of philippine ingredients)
    As a Filipino I approve this whenever you can go to a different regions in the Philippines for food trip, adobo is on the lists

  • @TheErickTrick
    @TheErickTrick 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1093

    Yep, sheโ€™s correct with the coconut milk. Depending on the region in the Philippines, they do add coconut milk. Some even use pineapple juice. โ€œAdobo sa gataโ€ is one of the best adobo versions out there. Purely Philippines style ๐Ÿ‘

    • @bryanisraeltorres7643
      @bryanisraeltorres7643 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +26

      Although I think it ruins the longevity๐Ÿ˜‚ of adobo

    • @pakpaker6564
      @pakpaker6564 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +6

      Bicol express yan.

    • @jonathancacho2307
      @jonathancacho2307 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

      on our hometown adobo sa gata is only done in exotic cooking like phyton etc hahaahah

    • @jonathancacho2307
      @jonathancacho2307 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +8

      @@pakpaker6564 hindi pre, kasi dito sa isla ang adobo sa gata ehh hindi sa manok o baboy, sa mga sawa at bayawak lang nila ginagawa yung adobo sa gata..

    • @laxuscloud2495
      @laxuscloud2495 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +14

      โ€‹@@jonathancacho2307sa inyo yan. Samin ginagawa namin to sa manok at baboy.. kaya every region sa pinas may kanya kanyang version tlga.

  • @desgl2342
    @desgl2342 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +105

    I love Leah Cohen. Been a fan of her since Top Chef. Love that she has Pinoy blood and honors our cuisine in her cooking in an impressive but not pretentious way.
    Her energy is so fun too. She can take a joke and also dish them out. And yet she is nice when she has to be.
    Please make her your guest more often. The two of you are fun to watch together.

    • @cocoliko
      @cocoliko 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      Yes please! She was so much fun top chef NY!

    • @circleancopan7748
      @circleancopan7748 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      Not just blood, she had dual citizenship, and had her Philippine passport too.

  • @michaelquinan670
    @michaelquinan670 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +82

    Im from the Philippines and i love the "adobo sa gata" or the adobo in coconut milk, we also add chili for more flavorโค๏ธ

  • @ICUFreely
    @ICUFreely 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +42

    Actually, there is a Filipino version of adobo that includes coconut milk. Itโ€™s called adobo sa gata. Gata is a Filipino word for coconut milk.
    There are many variations of adobo - adobong puti, adobong pula, adobo with potatoes in it, adobo with eggs. Also, while chicken and/or pork are probably the most well known, thereโ€™s also squid adobo, and adobo with just vegetables (adobong sitaw, adobong kangkong). Each dish is delicious in its own way.

  • @MightyMytz12
    @MightyMytz12 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +72

    Adobo with coconut milk is also a variety of Adobo here in the Philippines. It's called "Adobo sa Gata" which translates to "Adobo in Coconut Milk".

  • @69cheesyfries
    @69cheesyfries 11 ์ผ ์ „

    Ahh that was fun๐Ÿ˜‚ the girls always match his vibe so well

  • @R2debo_
    @R2debo_ 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1740

    Uncle Roger evolved even more from roasting chefs mainly Jamie Oliver to reviewing Food movies

  • @istosoehardja5516
    @istosoehardja5516 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +83

    4:35 "Good food is worth getting into hospital for, you know?"
    Absolutely uncle Roger
    Like they all said, first bite taste like heaven, second bite will take you there

    • @-Viva-Cristo-Rey
      @-Viva-Cristo-Rey 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      haha street food filled with e coli bacteria

  • @greenspring3
    @greenspring3 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +47

    You did the pork adobo well, uncle Roger! Iโ€™m sure it tastes so good

  • @angelserenade
    @angelserenade ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    Just like was Joel Binamira said in Andya Cooks' Adobo quest:
    "Hundreds of variations, none or them bad, all of them good"โค

  • @mrsbsantiago
    @mrsbsantiago 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +41

    Congrats Tito Roger for hitting 8M subs! ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰ By the way, here in the Philippines, we like Adobo with coconut milk. Most of the time, we add hard boiled eggs and potato cubes. Sometimes, we add fried tofu or pineapples.

    • @gigaflopp1068
      @gigaflopp1068 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      wtff tofu?

    • @DarkROSkull013
      @DarkROSkull013 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      I added tofu to mine last night. What do you know, it actually works.

  • @ferrelagrios8199
    @ferrelagrios8199 20 ์ผ ์ „ +1

    watching this video is really reminding me how good my family cooks and also reminding me of all the food I can't eat anymore xD
    personally love Tito Roger's version, I like the vinegary taste.
    Though anything with coconut milks is really really delicious

  • @moshedimawalaadormeo
    @moshedimawalaadormeo 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1144

    There are two variants of adobo with coconut milk. One is "adobo sa gata" and the other is "gitnaang adobo" the difference is the point in time when the coconut milk is added.
    In ginatang adobo , the cooked adobo is simmered in coconut milk
    In adobo sa gata , the coconut milk is added at the latter part of the cooking process

    • @moshedimawalaadormeo
      @moshedimawalaadormeo 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +57

      Leah's version is a variant of the adobo sa gata

    • @jhoshie5440
      @jhoshie5440 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +29

      There is also one variant which I believe is well know in Bicol province which is "adobo sa asin" and it doesn't have soup.

    • @joshbarrigada
      @joshbarrigada 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +5

      most people i know would only do the coconut milk at the end cuz we believe it ruins the consistency.

    • @mcdudung3808
      @mcdudung3808 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +9

      interesting... cooking processes for adobo is indeed endless. i came across adobo sa puti, sa dilaw, sa gata and sa pula.. but seldom do i encounter ginataang adobo. otherwise, I'll take note of that insight.

    • @christianvilla11
      @christianvilla11 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

      Which one is the best? I need to try it.

  • @akosikiko
    @akosikiko 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +46

    you are now a certified TITO ROGER! thanks for bringing our dish on your channel! ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ

  • @johnaraojo4169
    @johnaraojo4169 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    Adobo with coconut milk is called "Adobo sa Gata" here in the philippines, bonus hint it taste better if its spicy. We do this all the time from the Bicol Region of the Philippines.
    Uncle Roger's traditional version of adobo is on point. From this version you can start adding different ingredients, there is a lot of versions slightly changing the taste of the dish.

  • @RatedJBR
    @RatedJBR 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +15

    congrats uncle roger for 8 million subs! and as a filipino, i approve of your version of adobo!

  • @Posterized515
    @Posterized515 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

    Uncle Roger, thank you for the great content over the years. You are my favourite cooking youtuber! But I have a question, you made Japanese Ramen, Chinese/Malay/Indonesian Fried Rice, Thai Green Curry, Vietnam Pho, Fillipino Adobo, Italian Carbonara, and even American Lobster Roll, but when can you make Korean food? I always wanted to see you make my country's food!

  • @kentdiamante1213
    @kentdiamante1213 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +8

    i would love uncle rogers' recipe with untie leah's crispy pork. would be so amazing. btw, I'm the type of Filipino who puts pineapple juice and chunks to adobo instead of sugar. works wonders. never tried coconut milk but I might from now on (y)

  • @thenotifier572
    @thenotifier572 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +537

    As a Filipino, thank you Tita Leah and Tito Roger for making our Filipino ancestors smile. Those asobo dishes puts a smile on my face.

    • @louiegarcia2500
      @louiegarcia2500 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +13

      For those who donโ€™t know, tito/tita means uncle/auntie in Filipino/Tagalog.

    • @TheProDucky..
      @TheProDucky.. 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      โ€‹@louiegarcia2500 as a Filipino/Icelandic, it's true.

    • @twomystical6252
      @twomystical6252 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      Why did I think about Tito as a person

    • @randomina465
      @randomina465 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      Are you mad about coconut milk ?

    • @edentumba8554
      @edentumba8554 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ

  • @swagata92229
    @swagata92229 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

    The energy in this video is infectious!

  • @walterpalima6122
    @walterpalima6122 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +17

    Always love it when when I see Leah on the Cooking channel as a guest judge on Beat Bobby Blay !!! Definitely my favorite Filipina Mistiza Chef !!! โค๏ธ

  • @timothyaugustine7093
    @timothyaugustine7093 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

    Now I'm craving for some adobo ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • @jen8932
    @jen8932 25 ์ผ ์ „

    Adobo with coconut milk is really good, Uncle Roger. It's usually cooked in Bicol Region part of the Philippines. I know because my whole family's origin is from Bicol. We are Bicolano, both parents' sides.

  • @saschahavel9195
    @saschahavel9195 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    As an Uncle Roger fan i insist to call him from now KingMSG Ort Uncle MSG ๐ŸŽ‰!!! Shoutout from Vienna โคโค

  • @its.chrisar
    @its.chrisar 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +293

    As a Filipino who likes eating adobo, I can confirm that adobo is hella tasty! Goodjob Uncle Roger and Chef Leah, Filipinos are proud!

  • @machristinapascual1024
    @machristinapascual1024 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +9

    Adobo varies from one person/place to another and Uncle Rogerโ€™s version is my kind of adobo โค

  • @vinzanity68
    @vinzanity68 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    Shes half Filipino? What a great personality. Amazing chemistry between these two.๐Ÿ˜ฎ

  • @basedokadaizo
    @basedokadaizo 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +10

    every time i watch an Uncle Roger video, i'm overcome with the sudden craving for the best food in the world-- and what i end up doing is just soft-boiling an egg and sprinkling MSG on it. i guess it's close enough for my skill level.

    • @Kkk-pr2bk
      @Kkk-pr2bk 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      As long as you follow the recipe - 99% of dishes can't be fucked up. There are some "advanced" skills but in dishes that require them usually also have some uncommon ingredients that are hard to find. Majority of cooking doesn't require any skill, just effort, patience and attention. You can do it, no need to be afraid

  • @Justmebeingme37
    @Justmebeingme37 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +9

    I can't believe I didn't find you before. You always make me laugh and smile. Thank you

  • @diannealicenzaragoza
    @diannealicenzaragoza 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

    The original Filipino Adobo was just white vinegar and no soy sauce because they never knew about soy sauce before. There are many variations of adobo because of different provinces in the Philippines. Thank you for sharing our culture โค

  • @alvinverga1140
    @alvinverga1140 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +590

    Hi Uncle Roger. Adobo has many versions. She actually made one that's called adobo sa gata. We even have adobo sa asin which only makes use of table salt (no soysauce, no vinegar) and it tastes great. The Philippines is an archipelago and almost every region has their own adobo version. The one that tastes the best, however, is the version made by our moms. :)

    • @392redienhcs
      @392redienhcs 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +10

      I usually have this but with chicken.

    • @tangsolaris9533
      @tangsolaris9533 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +5

      Iโ€™ll have to try more food!

    • @mayleaf106
      @mayleaf106 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +7

      What? Adobo without vinegar?

    • @Ren-Noir
      @Ren-Noir 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      Wait what? I thought it was called adobong may gata.

    • @GameReplays-
      @GameReplays- 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      I never heard of adobo with coconut milk.I'll try this one day.

  • @efontanez79
    @efontanez79 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    Congrats to Uncle Roger on 8M subs!

  • @zekeybear5323
    @zekeybear5323 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    I loved this episode so much. As a Filipino-american, I love that they stayed with their asian roots but they also change it up to add more flavour.

  • @TiffanyDing
    @TiffanyDing 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +11

    Auntie Leah makes amazing delicious food, and sheโ€™s a sweetie!!

  • @alechienbalaoing1944
    @alechienbalaoing1944 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +16

    Your pork adobo is just like my dad's recipe. maybe i should call you stepdad ๐Ÿ˜‚. well done uncle!

  • @anonymous_PR
    @anonymous_PR 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +6

    Congratulations on the 8m milestone. You are really funny, but your cooking or food knowledge is incredible ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿซถ

  • @lb8384
    @lb8384 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +783

    A small poem for my favorite uncle, let's make him see:
    In the kitchen, Uncle Roger takes the stage,
    With his comedy and wit, he's all the rage.
    "Sorry children," he says with a sly grin,
    As he whips up laughter with every spin.
    His dishes infused with the fiery delight,
    Wok hei's magic, a culinary sprite.
    The smoky essence, the charred embrace,
    Uncle Roger's creations, a taste we can't erase.
    His expressions are priceless, his humor is divine,
    Bringing joy and laughter like a glass of wine.
    "Oi, chef, that's not how you treat an egg!"
    You know you fucked up when he takes down his leg.
    A big dash of MSG, a burst of delight,
    Transforming recipes to a tastier height.
    From stir-fries to soups, it works like a spell,
    Infusing dishes with flavors that compel.
    From soggy rice to eggs that don't quite fluff,
    Uncle Roger's critiques, he never rebuffs.
    "Haiyah!" he utters, with a touch of dismay,
    Teaching us to improve, in a humorous way.
    So let's raise a toast to Uncle Roger's fame,
    To his laughter-inducing comedy game.
    "Sorry children," he says with a chuckle and glee,
    Uncle Roger's comedy is here to set us free.

    • @sanmedbij
      @sanmedbij 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +23

      A true fan.
      ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐ŸคŒ๐Ÿซฐ๐Ÿซฐ

    • @tangsolaris9533
      @tangsolaris9533 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +15

      Nice bars!

    • @wood8588
      @wood8588 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +6

      ๐Ÿค“๐Ÿค“๐Ÿค“๐Ÿค“

    • @therealgamingshiba
      @therealgamingshiba 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +15

      This man cannot be stopped, we must fear him and his rhyming power

    • @DIDisguise77
      @DIDisguise77 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +11

      Fuiyoo!!!!!!

  • @suigeneris4707
    @suigeneris4707 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +10

    Uncle Roger's adobo is like carinderia type, and Chef Leah's like a restaurant type of adobo ๐Ÿ˜‚ That's what I saw when he mentioned their difference in appearance. ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • @patrickjvanhuffel
    @patrickjvanhuffel 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +8

    Uncle roger looked like he was about to cry from how delicious that food was.

  • @tx0studioslily990
    @tx0studioslily990 28 ์ผ ์ „

    As a Filipino I love Adobo, I Approve good job!โคโค

  • @NoNameCherry
    @NoNameCherry 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +612

    In her defense, my family (half Filipino) has an adobo recipe that uses coconut milk. We also have adobong puti (white adobo), adobong pula (red adobo, using asuete, also tomatoes), adobo sa pinya (pineapple), adobo sa saba (banana), dry adobo, fried adobo, pulled pork adobo, a few other variations with vegetables like potatoes, carrots and even yam, and versions of adobo rice for when there are leftovers. My favorite is Nana's CPA (chicken pork adobo). With the chicharon because we ain't scared of them fatty bits. ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿฅฐ

    • @dviant0056
      @dviant0056 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +48

      There's also BBQ Adobo when forgot to turn off the stove ๐Ÿ˜‚

    • @NoNameCherry
      @NoNameCherry 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +14

      @@dviant0056 I will never forget my Nana's slipper the three times I made those. ๐Ÿ˜…Asian grandparents be fierce. You better be cooking that adobo like your life depended on it!

    • @gooreum01
      @gooreum01 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

      @@dviant0056 HHAHAHAHAHAHA

    • @Junc4DWin
      @Junc4DWin 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

      We use lemon lime soda in our household. ๐Ÿ˜

    • @monsanjuanv
      @monsanjuanv 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +4

      We call it adobo sa gata

  • @sRp517
    @sRp517 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +11

    When I first saw Rachael Ray's Adobo, I was very confused. Then I saw this one, and was even more confused. Then I realized this is a COMPLETELY different Adobo that I grew up with. The Adobo recipe I know is the Mexican version; more of a chili sauce marinade. I actually never knew there was a Filipino Adobo ๐Ÿคก

  • @majunche12
    @majunche12 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Cubano here. I was following this recipe including coconut milk. And for some reason it wasnโ€™t turning out how I expectedโ€ฆ.
    Then I remembered to use FEELING.
    My most recent attempt was delicious, my Venezuelan fiancรฉ even approves!
    Thank you uncle Roger and auntie!

  • @byrongardner9299
    @byrongardner9299 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    I cannot wait to make this. It's gonna be so expensive, but I'm keen asf

  • @cagaulu
    @cagaulu 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    I love how you all are friends and keep supporting each other =)

  • @user-bg2yg3pe1f
    @user-bg2yg3pe1f 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Perfect Adobo Tito Roger! As a Filipino, I also approve of putting Coconut milk in the dish. Tita Leah is great too. Heart to you guys! More power!

  • @deedeeblanscet4433
    @deedeeblanscet4433 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +610

    I am also half Filipino and I would definitely eat both of their adobos, but Uncle Rogers adobo is the one that would bring me back to big family get togethers with my Filipino family. Just need some lumpia and all is right with the world!

    • @formula1marshal
      @formula1marshal 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +7

      whats up big mama lets have half filipino kids together pls

    • @jerico3217
      @jerico3217 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +14

      โ€‹@@formula1marshalBRUH

    • @jiren7730
      @jiren7730 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

      โ€‹@@formula1marshalLMAOAAOOAOAOAOA

    • @FillyBetter
      @FillyBetter 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      @@formula1marshal Rizz

    • @kyies_doesstuff
      @kyies_doesstuff 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      โ€‹@@formula1marshalLMAOAOAIOAAKJ HAHAHAHAHA

  • @bellynext1
    @bellynext1 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +6

    My vote goes to uncle roger's Adobo. The looks of it is similar to how we cook it in my hometown.

  • @ryneagheilim9782
    @ryneagheilim9782 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    Her Adobo is out of the meta actually. Open to newer concepts and I respect that. Uncle Roger's Adobo is the more traditional one. Two Amazing cooks definitely!!

  • @rodalynr1190
    @rodalynr1190 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +7

    She's correct. Where my dad is from in the Philippines, they put coconut milk in their adobo. He's from the Bicol region. :) Though I prefer the adobo the traditional way without coconut milk.
    Congrats on reaching 8M!

  • @nate-404
    @nate-404 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

    This looked like a lot of fun!!!

  • @chidanands9950
    @chidanands9950 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +188

    congo nigel. coming this far making up a character and having a seperate fanbase and getting recognized by big celebrities and chefs is a real big deal. keep this up man.

  • @mphoramathe1801
    @mphoramathe1801 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +8

    So much yum! A a review of and/or collab with the uncle from "Made with Lau" would be as amazing as those adobo! Congrats on hitting 8million subs!

  • @UploadNow77
    @UploadNow77 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    God.... this all looked amazing. โคโคโค

  • @screenteam1291
    @screenteam1291 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Thank you so much Uncle Roger for making content. I love your videos. I wish you could personally teach me how to make egg fry rice. At least it would be better than Kayโ€™s cooking ๐Ÿ˜‚.

  • @suzanserrano3264
    @suzanserrano3264 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Dang that looks good ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป I've got to try the coconut one

  • @samanthatuzon3201
    @samanthatuzon3201 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    Hope you'll be a guest in First We Feast someday and will try the pepper X. I would love to see your reaction, Uncle Roger! โ™ฅ

  • @ChefJamesMakinson
    @ChefJamesMakinson 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +5314

    Congrats Uncle Roger! I hope you get to 10M soon! ๐Ÿ˜‰๐ŸŽ‰

  • @anthonybacia194
    @anthonybacia194 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    Congratulations ๐ŸŽ‰ uncle roger ๐Ÿ˜Š

  • @LionsHeadProductions
    @LionsHeadProductions 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

    Uncle Roger is hilarious. I laugh until I almost pee. Keep on, keeping on. Subscribed.

  • @forgettablelisa
    @forgettablelisa 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +5

    I'm Japanese, but Filipino food is the best Asian food for me. Adobo, sisig, and the best bbq pork skewers on Earth.

    • @jil2936
      @jil2936 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      my japanese i meaan reaaaaaally japanese friend makes the best adobo.
      yumi is that you? lol

    • @forgettablelisa
      @forgettablelisa 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      @@jil2936 lol nope, I depend on my Filipino buddy for all my adobo needs!

  • @michaelhaugaard3111
    @michaelhaugaard3111 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    Aunt Leah RULEZ.... So easy-going and relaxed.... Good show, Uncle Roger : ))))

  • @robertojames7904
    @robertojames7904 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    Thanks Uncle Roger. This video inspired me to make Pork Adobo last night. It's nearly identical to the way a pretty Filipina taught me to make it 55 years ago. When I was a young Naval Aviator, our aircraft carrier would take a break about every 30 to 45 days from our work in the Gulf of Tonkin and put into port in the Philippines for a week or so. I had the good fortune to meet some ladies living in Olongapo City; gosh they were nice. They taught me how to cook Pork Adobo, Pancit, Lumpia, and a few other dishes.
    Last night's dinner was delicious and brought back a lot of wonderful memories.

  • @L3uXeno
    @L3uXeno 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +478

    As a Filipino i would love to say that Tito Roger is well aware of what the Filipinos like to see and does exactly that.

    • @uldaricocabacunganlll891
      @uldaricocabacunganlll891 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +8

      Yes that's correct and original adobo doesn't have coconut milk.

    • @ChrisTian-sd5yq
      @ChrisTian-sd5yq 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

      yeah otits

    • @aquakon3642
      @aquakon3642 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +8

      His research is really good and always does research before doing a recording. Very unlike the other "chefs" who seem to just wing it when they do tv shows or youtube recipes.

    • @ericjohnformacion7204
      @ericjohnformacion7204 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

      adobo sa gata is a regional version of adobo..popular in bicol

    • @AmenadielXIII
      @AmenadielXIII 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      @ericjohnformacion7204 true, with a lot of siling haba and labuyo๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ
      bicolano here๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

  • @foucaldian
    @foucaldian 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    We use coconut milk for adobo. Am a Filipino. But we also like our adobo in our region more dry and more sour. Other parts in the Philippines want their adobo with a bit more sauce (but not watery) or some like it a bit sweeter. But we usually include well boiled egg with adobo. Adobo looks easy to cook but its simplicity makes it tricky to get it right.

  • @iantadashi1420
    @iantadashi1420 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    She is right, adobo has a different variety depending on what region are you. But the most common adobo recipe that everyone knows is the basic soy sauce, vinegar, sugar, garlic, pepper and dried bay leaves.

  • @qinshihuang-nf8jc
    @qinshihuang-nf8jc 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    As a filipino who loves pork adobo I approve of this๐Ÿ˜Š

  • @liamrhainemurallos9284
    @liamrhainemurallos9284 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    As a Filipino I'm happy that uncle Roger make adobo for us and knows how to do the steps to make it

  • @orbit2425
    @orbit2425 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

    I can't count the laughter smiling til the end I love it. โค

  • @fawli86
    @fawli86 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +160

    Auntie Leah can rest easy. She's right with the adobo mixed with coconut milk in many regions in the country. Proud of her for bringing Filipino food and always proud of her heritage.

  • @jaiiwuuss
    @jaiiwuuss 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    yes uncle roger! coconut milk can be added to adobo. it will be called "adobo sa gata" which is basically another version of adobo. you can also put fermented fish/shrimp instead of soy sauce and it will be called as "adobo sa bagoong/alamang". also if you dont have pork or chicken, vegetables can be an alternative like string beans "adobong sitaw", water spinach "adobong kangkong", bamboo shoots "adobong labong". seafoods can also be the main protein like squid "adobong pusit" and countless more variations all across 7000+ islands here in the Philippines. ^_^

  • @blisshunters
    @blisshunters 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Your version of adobo looks good. Also, Adobo sa Gata, that's what we call it if adobo has coconut milk.

  • @mariebraddy3602
    @mariebraddy3602 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +6

    love this segment with Leah and Uncle Roger.

  • @jhoanpalapar
    @jhoanpalapar 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

    As a filipino, i am proud of you uncle roger!

  • @kennethbrianarquines4684
    @kennethbrianarquines4684 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +283

    Here in the Philippines, Adobo has different variations. But it doesn't mean you can put any stuff in the dish. Good job Tito Roger that adobo looks good. The fancy adobo looks delicious too. You summon us (Filipino people) again.โค๐ŸŽ‰

    • @JeansVlogs
      @JeansVlogs 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      I did not expect fancy adobo to use Lechon Kawali. ๐Ÿ˜

    • @Shalalalahh
      @Shalalalahh 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      Adding coconut milk , won't the liquid just curdled?

    • @MoniqueV119
      @MoniqueV119 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

      โ€‹โ€‹@@Shalalalahh coconut cream/milk will turn into oil

    • @Shalalalahh
      @Shalalalahh 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      @@MoniqueV119 so it will turn into an emulsion with soy sauce

    • @Steve-Fiction
      @Steve-Fiction 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

      โ€‹@@Shalalalahh
      no need big word, haiya

  • @benjaminmccubbins8882
    @benjaminmccubbins8882 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    Uncle Roger is such a player!

  • @raphaeljoson8297
    @raphaeljoson8297 2 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „

    Actually the very first adobo is just salt and vinegar and garlic cooked in those traditional clay pots. Vinegar to help preserve meats
    The soy sauce came later in influenced by the Chinese
    Remember Filipino food is a fusion to begin with.
    Theyโ€™re all very good and the coconut milk is there in some regions too
    R
    Regardless theyโ€™re all yummy!!!
    Thanks uncle Roger for featuring Filipino food!!!

  • @leomargarito2211
    @leomargarito2211 9 ์ผ ์ „

    So proud of ms.leah

  • @irenesoberano793
    @irenesoberano793 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +3

    โคโคโค Mouth watering! I still prefer the traditional wayโ€ฆ Though from time to time I like a twist of coconut. Hats up for both of you Tito & Tita! ๐ŸŽ‰

  • @Celestian329
    @Celestian329 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +1

    Uncle Roger is the winner! Just the way the real adobo would look like and taste!

  • @ronelskiii6895
    @ronelskiii6895 4 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +132

    Uncle Roger's and Tita Leah's adobo versions made me feel so hungry! Thank you guys for promoting our food and yes, you two did great in cooking!
    Congratulations for the 8M Subs, uncle roger! From the ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ

  • @blankspace7404
    @blankspace7404 3 ๊ฐœ์›” ์ „ +2

    Uncle Roger your Classic Adobo is bomb! That taste what it feels like home.โค