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Uncle Roger HATE Rachael Ray Adobo

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  • @Meow2x631
    @Meow2x631 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +6287

    As a Filipino I gained a new amount of respect for Uncle Roger for pronouncing and knowing Siling Labuyo..

    • @ajtian
      @ajtian 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +35

      while i was rocking in the corner

    • @nhelmercsdiy7521
      @nhelmercsdiy7521 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +40

      Galing nga hehe..πŸ˜‚

    • @Sonuxr_
      @Sonuxr_ 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +6


    • @nev781
      @nev781 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +13

      respect just for pronouncing siling labuyo correctly? loooool

    • @somethingofascientistmyself
      @somethingofascientistmyself 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +88

      Of course, he's Malaysian, your next door neighbor

  • @senamsenamsenam
    @senamsenamsenam 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1793

    Here in the Philippines, we always say that adobo can be made differently from another person's adobo, depending on where you are/ where you grew up in the country. But Rachel Ray's adobo version will be that one string where we all can collectively say as a nation: "Haiyaaa".

  • @MeLaPelaaan
    @MeLaPelaaan 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +103

    As a Mexican I feel your pain!!! She’s messed up our dishes many times πŸ˜‚

    • @rachelbrooks3586
      @rachelbrooks3586 κ°œμ›” μ „ +7

      I remember she tried to make Pozole, my goodness lol

    • @MeLaPelaaan
      @MeLaPelaaan κ°œμ›” μ „ +8

      @@rachelbrooks3586 πŸ˜‚ the infamous pozole. My grandma was losing her mind watching that video lol

  • @DoggoDude-nj9hb
    @DoggoDude-nj9hb κ°œμ›” μ „ +181

    As a Filipino, the line "if you want to impress Filipino , use silver swan brand" that actually is true

  • @FrailHeart-hj4kr
    @FrailHeart-hj4kr 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +219

    The way you pointed out her mistakes is hilarious. When she added the vineger and you said "more sour than my ex wife" that was epic.

  • @floralfancy7814
    @floralfancy7814 2 κ°œμ›” μ „ +125

    Uncle Roger seems so knowledgeable about different cuisines, he should start a cooking show and teach us some recipes and tips.

    • @blackknightjack3850
      @blackknightjack3850 2 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2

      That's already what this channel is.

    • @floralfancy7814
      @floralfancy7814 2 κ°œμ›” μ „ +3

      @@blackknightjack3850 I meant actually get into the kitchen and cook and make it into a series.

    • @whimsy7503
      @whimsy7503 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2

      ​@@floralfancy7814at the very end of the video he already said the next video he's gonna teach us

    • @BeatsAudioSub
      @BeatsAudioSub κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

      He just do some research a lot . He dont have any experience but maybe have passion in cooking. No skill but have a knowledge still a good cook .. all skill no knowledge are some f up chef over confidence in their creativity and messed up traditional recipe

  • @arniekins
    @arniekins 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +4808

    As a Filipino, we bestow the title of Tito Roger for knowing genuine adobo the way our lola's cooked it

  • @psychopompouskatana5000
    @psychopompouskatana5000 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +223

    The garlic rice made me laugh so hard girl, are you fine?πŸ˜‚

    • @griggbaylee5808
      @griggbaylee5808 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +3

      πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ oh my god😳 I guess technically it’s garlic rice, I’ve never encountered that version in the Philippines πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­

    • @cicatrace
      @cicatrace 2 κ°œμ›” μ „ +8

      she should've called that ''lazy rice'' lol. Not even chopping and browning the garlic a little bit... I'm Canadian, I barely cook asian food but what the hell was that... and the huge seeds, not even crushed them? 🀣

      @MIXEDNUTSSS κ°œμ›” μ „ +3

      Garlic na may konting rice

    • @phh.8393
      @phh.8393 22 일 μ „

      It's fried seeds with a bit of rice 😊

  • @Niddhoggr-bm2tw
    @Niddhoggr-bm2tw 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +160

    The knee slappers never end with this guy. The comment about comparing Asian food and olive oil to carbon fiber and submarines nearly had me spewing Fanta every which way.
    Keep up the great work. Your bringing laughs and joy to so so many. ☺ ☺

  • @EzzedineZeid-bi8ks
    @EzzedineZeid-bi8ks 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +43

    When I was visiting the Fillipines, I ate Chicken Adobo for dinner like at least 50% of the whole time. I asked for recipes and I got a few. First oft all, every recipe had different ingredients. A few were same, but most of them were different. But I learned that Adobo is something almost sacred to Filipinos. So better don't mess around with it, if you want to impress filipino friends

    • @Mottleydude1
      @Mottleydude1 11 일 μ „

      I’m married to a Filipina and you are spot on right. Don’t mess with their adobo.

  • @YwY-ct5yq
    @YwY-ct5yq 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +242

    The Adobo is actually quite nice, but it's the Rice for me... I'm a Filipino in the Philippines, and I approve her recipe... Adobo is very flexible, as long as you have your meat, soy sauce, any sugar, and vinegar, the rest you can add anything you want and modify and customize the ingredients ... Some people here put onions, some put chillies, and some even put pineapples... Some put more soy sauce some put less, it's really a flexible and customizable dish...

    • @zacharypaullotho8774
      @zacharypaullotho8774 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +27

      Agree as long as you included the vital ingridients (soy sauce, vinegar, garlif) Some adobos have egg or potato or pineapple.

    • @-lunar-
      @-lunar- 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +8

      Thankyou,only positive person out here without nitpicking every single thing πŸ˜‚

    • @momoxhienie1204
      @momoxhienie1204 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +25

      Seriously who puts seeds in their rice? Aren't people gonna get choked for that?

    • @christinaFaith84
      @christinaFaith84 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

      I love recipes that are easy to fix up how you want with ingredients you might have at home. I'm always trying new things. Most of the time it comes out pretty good.

    • @CKR99
      @CKR99 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +10

      @@momoxhienie1204they gonna eat those garlic and thought it was fricking potato🀣🀣🀣

  • @XcZeus3469
    @XcZeus3469 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +84

    "You don't need sesame seed, you need Jesus" I was holding it together pretty well but that one cracked me up.

  • @rayleehanzjacobo9900
    @rayleehanzjacobo9900 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2317

    As a Filipino, I feel devasted by seeing an American mess up our dish so bad. And SO much respect for Uncle Roger.

    • @DNguyenchester
      @DNguyenchester 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +7

      I have a recipe I use, but is there a specific way you recommend?

    • @yaemiko8571
      @yaemiko8571 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +80

      ​​​​​@@DNguyenchesterthere's actually no specific way to cook adobo, it varies per region, some sear the meat first in canola oil before adding the sauce while others boil the meat with soysauce and vinegar, some add sugar while others don't, some reduce the sauce while others do a more soupy consistency....it all comes down to the ingredients you use
      Staple ingredients are as follows
      -chicken/pork/squid(some people even use vegetables as an option like string beans etc)
      -1 or 2 bay leaf
      -water(how much water you put in varies, if you like more of a reduced sauce ofc add less water, if you want it more of a soup consistency add more water)
      Optional ingredients
      -your regular brown sugar
      -some add a green chili or two(i actually add in a ton of siling labuyo on mine)
      -onion(they're best if they're caramelized by reducing the sauce in my opinion)
      -and if you wanna get fancy add in coconut milk
      There really is no specific way to cook it but the ingredients cannot shy away too much from the listed ingredients coz even if the ingredients are different and the cooking methods are different it has a certain taste to it that has to be there, each family has their very own recipe of adobo, as long as you respect the dish where it came from by not adding random ingredients that are not even common in the philippines there's no way you can cook it wrong, you also are not supposed to use measuring cups etc like every asian country we stop adding ingredients when we hear our ancestors tell us to stop 🀣 there's no standard way of cooking in the philippines because whenever you cook filipino dishes it is made to suit you and your family and friend's taste, you're not cooking for the whole country

    • @rolepaga8294
      @rolepaga8294 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +6

      Mess up? oA ka po? haha.

    • @camillezaragosa9091
      @camillezaragosa9091 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +35

      @rolepaga8294, she definitely did. Unless you're blind and unable to comprehend what just happened with that "adobo." How is it not a mess when she literally boiled a whole head of garlic with coriander seeds? LOL. Please, it's not overreacting. "Mess up" is an understatement, really.

    • @yaemiko8571
      @yaemiko8571 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +20

      @@rolepaga8294 the adobo i can slightly forgive coz i can just remove all the unnecessary green bllsht but the garlic rice? She didn't even fry the rice 🀣 let's not even mention the boiled garlic, the coriander seeds and sesame seeds in something so simple as GARLIC RICE.....so it really is a huge mess up

  • @helliomagne9488
    @helliomagne9488 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +59

    As someone who ate abodo all throughout my life, this is the first time I've ever seen an adobo with anything green in it

    • @garysue7561
      @garysue7561 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

      Nor me. Not to say it's wrong though. I've never had Adobo without potatoes in it.

    • @elainemara2204
      @elainemara2204 4 일 μ „

      She even used fresh bay leaves instead of the dried one. 😭

  • @joshuatirado7634
    @joshuatirado7634 21 일 μ „ +3

    The look of disappointment Uncle Roger had at the end was priceless and when he said the part where all she had to do was make rice, and she still fucked it up had me rolling lmao!

  • @unsightedjorge458
    @unsightedjorge458 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +27

    This came in my recommendations didn't know your channel before this, nice video man. I share the disappointment and frustration for Rachel Ray even though I'm not filipino. The other day got to see her do a Mexican dish and man, feels like she just got whatever she thought was ingredients for mexican food and threw them all in (for the record she wasn't entirely wrong about the ingredients she selected, the problem was almost a third of the ingredients aren't supposed to be used in that dish at all) just like in this adobo, as if just throwing ingredients in was going to make it better somehow :(

  • @msgypsyqueen
    @msgypsyqueen 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +59

    I’m just an average Canadian foodie gal, and even I was able to successfully make Adobo. I can’t stand Rachael Rae - you are on point, Uncle Roger! You have a new SUB! πŸ˜¬πŸ‘β€οΈπŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

  • @_K1YA
    @_K1YA 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2397

    This is the first time I’ve seen someone mess up garlic rice. I’m beyond horrified.🀣

    • @anemic-peachless
      @anemic-peachless 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +62

      i didnt realize it's supposed to be garlic rice! 😭

    • @richmondvand147
      @richmondvand147 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +87

      I've never seen what Garlic Rice is but I knew the second she tossed raw whole garlic into water we were gonna be in trouble. Side note Italians boil garlic to reduce its harshness then take it out and use it as a paste so it integrates with the dish THATS IT, it's the only reason you do that.... she's a walking disaster in the kitchen lol

    • @Deltoren1
      @Deltoren1 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +8

      ok is adding pasted garlic and butter to regular rice to make garlic rice ok if you do this at the begining? thats how i have always made it

    • @FloSick808
      @FloSick808 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +83

      I’m Filipino and my mom just smashes cloves of garlic and fries it then add the rice that’s pretty much it. How can you fuck that shit up lol

    • @hanjieunngfullhouse
      @hanjieunngfullhouse 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +25

      imagine biting into one of those chunk of garlic πŸ˜‚

  • @chaoticpanda-bb9bx
    @chaoticpanda-bb9bx 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +33

    I’m convinced now after watching uncle Roger that these β€œfood” experts couldn’t even make cereal correctly.

  • @KMO325
    @KMO325 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +14

    Even when Uncle Roger is at half-power he is a comedic masterπŸ˜†

  • @John081590
    @John081590 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +17

    I rolled on the floor laughing with the rice πŸ˜‚. The adobo is fine. Certainly not traditional, but we Filipinos love to put our own spin on things especially in adobo. Try substituting some fresh rosemary leaves instead of bay leaves in adobo. It's quite nice!

  • @meow-ge7xk
    @meow-ge7xk 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +24

    She made a simple food complicated. You can marinated it with garlic, pepper, vinegar and soy sauce overnight. Or cooked it on the spot with the recipe. Simple is beautiful.

  • @simpleviewer1334
    @simpleviewer1334 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

    Me and my mother have a great example of a bad adobo
    My mom said that when she went to work on Filipino-American Heritage day her work was selling adobo, she bought it but realized a lot was wrong
    It was light brown
    It had pickles as a side
    tasted like curry
    Thai curry mix was a side
    Chicken was undercooked
    no garlic, black pepper, onions, or bay leaves
    I was at schooling and they were also selling adobo, but here were some problems
    it was sweet
    sauce was also light brown
    rice was yellow with carrots, pickles, and peas
    chicken was chewy
    rice had the vinegar taste instead of the adobo
    no garlic, black pepper, onions, or bay leaves either
    I'm pretty sure it was just chicken boiled in some soy sauce for 10 minutes and the rice being... well

  • @rattatausedtackle7330
    @rattatausedtackle7330 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1121

    As a Filipino, I laughed so hard at her cooking the garlic rice

    • @Deltoren1
      @Deltoren1 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +6

      ok is adding pasted garlic and butter to regular rice to make garlic rice ok if you do this at the begining? thats how i have always made it

    • @markoz673bajen8
      @markoz673bajen8 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +7

      I hate paste version. Chilli Paste by Jamie Olive Oil.

    • @googlegoogle9180
      @googlegoogle9180 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +29

      ​@@Deltoren1you need to fry it like fried rice, it's better when you put leftover rice on it
      1st step stir-fry your garlic until slightly golden brown
      2nd step add your rice mix it really well and put a bit of salt adjust based on your taste
      3rd add scallions enjoy!!! :)

    • @WorldArchivist
      @WorldArchivist 4 κ°œμ›” μ „

      ​@@googlegoogle9180Better write this down.

    • @justinianflavius9571
      @justinianflavius9571 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +8

      I'd say yes, garlic butter on hot rice sounds nice.
      What Filipinos were probably expecting when she said garlic rice is Sinangag which is stir-fried garlic rice. How she cooked garlic rice is not at all how Filipinos would do it.

  • @mrpsyco5884
    @mrpsyco5884 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +19

    If I shows this recipe to my grandmother I think she would genuinely get mad at them for wasting food and she's the type to rarely get mad. That or the shock might be too much for her poor heart.

  • @mary_quin
    @mary_quin 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +8

    Thank you Uncle Roger for this review! I am so disappointed at Rachel Ray for putting a twist on our classic "adobo" by making a mockery of it, just so she can make a claim on it! The dish didn't become popular by putting any twist on it! She should just stick to their own recipes and leave our classic original dish alone!!!

  • @angeldelaluz5186
    @angeldelaluz5186 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +22

    β€œYou dont need sesame seed, you need Jesus!” killed me!!!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  • @Jennybelle1990
    @Jennybelle1990 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +3

    As a full on Filipino... this KILLS me. Literally destroyed Filipino Adobo.
    Side note for Uncle Roger, adobo CAN be spicy. Where my mom's from in the Philippines, when she makes the beef adobo, that one we add chilies but not the chilies she used. That was just all wrong. Lol

  • @Sassafrass95
    @Sassafrass95 27 일 μ „ +1

    I'm going to be honest even just calling her niece feels like too big of an honor for someone who clearly has no idea how to cook right

  • @kathryngarcia545
    @kathryngarcia545 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1557

    As a Filipino, please just hire a Filipino chef to showcase our Fililpino adobo. Rachel you just murdered our adoboπŸ˜‚

    • @ohsfer11820
      @ohsfer11820 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +30

      You don't need a chef to make adobo. Anybody can do it even if they're not Filipino..

    • @mamalee354
      @mamalee354 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +17

      Double murdered with toppings that we don't put on it haha πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    • @MrsGreen_Apple
      @MrsGreen_Apple 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +34

      I am not Filipino but I know the feeling because Rachel Ray also disgraced Mexican cooking on that show.
      I am Mexican and most of our dishes are meatless. She made POZOLE in her own vegetarian stile and offended most Mexican moms & Mexican chefs with her monstrosity.
      I was so upset.

    • @ohsfer11820
      @ohsfer11820 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +6

      @@MrsGreen_Apple Yeah! I never liked her, I can't believe she had her own show... But yeah, I loooove Mexican food😘

    • @macgeraldbugay9647
      @macgeraldbugay9647 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +9

      She also murdered garlic rice bigtime πŸ˜‚

  • @saymyname6726
    @saymyname6726 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +6

    Thank you Uncle Roger for defending our Adobo. This was a complete nightmare. I nominate Uncle Roger to be our Adobo Ambassador to protect our delicious dish. Fuyooou

  • @reginaburkhead8688
    @reginaburkhead8688 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +9

    I just watched you for the first time and I am cracking up laughing at your jokes. Thank you for a great laugh.

  • @tree2378
    @tree2378 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2

    I’m vietnamese and grew up with a lot of vietnamese cooking. I haven’t been able to bring myself to check out the phở vids, and seeing what this woman did the adobo, it instils a primal fear in me to think about what she did to one of my favorite dishes

  • @user-pu5op6xu2s
    @user-pu5op6xu2s 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +8

    Huge respect to Uncle Roger. Knows how real Filipino Adobo is. Mabuhay!

  • @caliiiforniaaclown
    @caliiiforniaaclown κ°œμ›” μ „

    As a filipino, the garlic fried rice made me tear up.

  • @ColonelBloodyKurtz
    @ColonelBloodyKurtz 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1860

    As a Filipino that garlic rice is a crime against humanity. Rachel Ray just declared war on us by making that chewy garlic abomination.

    • @momiji157
      @momiji157 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +55

      Fellow Filipino here, On God, just adding garlic to adobo is like a warcrime

    • @wololololow455
      @wololololow455 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +81

      She didn't even chop up the garlic for the garlic rice 😭

    • @alistairjamesheaton9155
      @alistairjamesheaton9155 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +40

      It looks disgusting, you have sympathy for this crime against your culinary culture.

    • @martinisawe6300
      @martinisawe6300 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +57

      Hey now you know how we Mexicans feel when she messed with our pozole

    • @TheMonkeyBytes
      @TheMonkeyBytes 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +25

      Dude… was going to comment on this blasphemy as a Filipino, but this comment covers it. Why would you clap for this?! Also, jalapeΓ±o?! W.T.F.?!

  • @hailzicrawley4187
    @hailzicrawley4187 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +6

    As a Filipino I'm crying she killed our adobo. πŸ₯ΊπŸ₯Ί

  • @fade2716
    @fade2716 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

    the rice part hurts my soul and i can feel my ancestors crying. You can leave the chicken on the sauce also you can cook it on the same pot or any utensil you use for the sauce can get inside the chicken(im not a chef but i always watch people cook ).

  • @TonyDelicious
    @TonyDelicious 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +3

    I learned how to make Chicken Adobo from my first wife and Rachel that ain't it! I am not a chef, I actually hate cooking and food in general (oddball I know) and even I can see that was messed up. Uncle Roger you had me on the floor crying laughing, subbed and glad I found you man. Your sense of humor is amazing!

  • @mischa6688
    @mischa6688 2 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2

    β€œHe died doing what he love, eating dimsum.” You got me there, uncle Roger. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  • @snovv5108
    @snovv5108 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2

    as a filipino person that cooks adobo (with feeling) i almost shed tears

  • @jacobthecheese
    @jacobthecheese 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1004

    As a filipino, I knew it was gonna be bad when she used olive oil, but when she made the rice, I was so traumatized that I couldn’t even cry

    • @babylips00
      @babylips00 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +15


    • @erickoavenada969
      @erickoavenada969 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2

      Yes 'cause youre laughing

    • @juaniumn
      @juaniumn 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +3

      ​@@erickoavenada969no, I was scarred

    • @mzdianineiv-d5790
      @mzdianineiv-d5790 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +6

      As filipino we won't accept that way of cooking as filipino food 🀒

    • @gregoriusandrianto6130
      @gregoriusandrianto6130 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +7

      not even a filipino here, but it hurts. Greetings from Indonesia.

  • @janjirawilliams1172
    @janjirawilliams1172 26 일 μ „

    I love Uncle Roger so much when he expressed his disgust for parsley and love for cilantro. I feel the same way but 100%more.

  • @LightsJusticeZ
    @LightsJusticeZ κ°œμ›” μ „

    I honestly didn't know garlic rice was a Filipino thing. My mom used garlic in everything. Whenever I eat rice for breakfast, I now always add garlic powder to it and butter.

  • @karlohtsuki
    @karlohtsuki κ°œμ›” μ „

    As a filipino, we cook the adobo thoroughly, not compromising the whole thing, my mom cooks adobo for us

  • @goneunreal8018
    @goneunreal8018 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1239

    As a Filipino I've never been insulted by just seeing someone cooking fried rice.
    Edit: I forgot to tell y'all that I just showed this to my mother yesterday and said if I cooked something remotely like that I'm not gonna wake up the next morning.

  • @lolangtamad8591
    @lolangtamad8591 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +4

    Hahahha uncle roger really makes my dayπŸ˜‚ That’s not how we cook adobo. Just make it simple . And serve it after 2 days or next day. The taste is awesome. No need those crazy things u put gal. Sometimes too much garnishing doesn’t work .

  • @noslim0571
    @noslim0571 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +7

    Since we have been invaded for years by different cultures (Spanish, Americans and Japanese) a lot of our food was influenced by them. So her adobo is kinda acceptable if she wants to mix it up. Though adding pepper 1st in oil is not good since it will burn faster so I suggest adding garlic first and fry it since we Filipino's usually put it first when we saute. Then it's soy sauce 1st before the vinegar. In this case, since she fry the chicken 1st in the pan then took it out, I would slowly put the soy sauce on it, little by little just to deglaze it first after frying the garlic so the soy sauce will have a much deeper taste. Then I would add the pepper and bayleaf then the vinegar and sugar. Though I usually add the sugar at the end depending on how my sauce taste and also who will eat it.

    • @nickieidrus2027
      @nickieidrus2027 2 κ°œμ›” μ „

      Small correction, don't forget the British. They also occupied Manila from 1762 to 1764.

  • @p.o.4339
    @p.o.4339 κ°œμ›” μ „

    Uncle Roger can be so entertaining. His expressions when criticizing celebrity chefs are off the chart...OTOH, putting raw garlic, coriander and sesame in her rice dish has resulted in Rachael being worth about a billion bucks. Hiyaa.

  • @somai_1
    @somai_1 2 κ°œμ›” μ „ +3

    Your reactions were hilarious. I tried one of RR's recipes once and it was terrible. She's such a messy cook.

  • @VladSWG
    @VladSWG κ°œμ›” μ „

    I'm half Filipino, (from the waist up), and I had seizures watching that scary woman ruin adobo. Uncle Roger, I feel your pain πŸ˜’πŸ˜…πŸŽ‰πŸ’–πŸ’―πŸ’«

  • @simonsantos9850
    @simonsantos9850 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1101

    The way he pronounced β€œSiling labuyo” correctly at 1:45 made me feel so happy. Good job Tito Roger!

    • @MrHahahaha46
      @MrHahahaha46 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +37

      Well hes malaysian, so its not that hard to pronounce cuz we asean

    • @ryan-smith
      @ryan-smith 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +19

      He has Malaysian heritage I think so it's not hard for him to pronounce any of the Austronesian languages.

    • @urmom-vj5xf
      @urmom-vj5xf 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +8

      Uncle Roger is now at the Filipino family he knows how to cook our main dishes mad respect for Uncle Roger

    • @DIDisguise77
      @DIDisguise77 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +11

      Medyo sosyal pagkasabi niya. Labuyow.

    • @Aramaic09
      @Aramaic09 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +4

      **chef`s kiss**

  • @Weedoctogaming
    @Weedoctogaming 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

    I showed my Filipino aunt this video and she cried

  • @simply.skye1
    @simply.skye1 κ°œμ›” μ „

    As a fellow filipino.. that has made my jaw drop in many ways.

  • @little_jason_playz8711
    @little_jason_playz8711 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2

    The way he roasted the titans designers for using carbon fiber πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  • @Mistyth3cl0udfxiry
    @Mistyth3cl0udfxiry 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2

    As an Italian American- I to felt the pain of using Olive Oil on a Filipino dish. Peanut oil, Sesame oil or even Hoisen Sauce would've been better. The variations of the sauces are what make the dish. ❀

    • @phh.8393
      @phh.8393 22 일 μ „

      You're absolutely correct about the oil. The best kind of oil to use with Adobo is sesame oil. It's the only *sesame* fitting here, not those seeds on rice πŸ˜‚
      We Filipinos, or at least my household only use olive oil for salads and pasta sauce.

  • @macgyverwilson3829
    @macgyverwilson3829 13 일 μ „ +1

    I'm white and American and even i was yelling oh no and dont do that over and over....to the point that my husband asked what was going on...i told him that a famous chef fucked up rice and was happy about it?! He understands my love of asian cuisine and baking/cooking in general so he just said oh and walked away....how was she proud of herself for this catastrophe!!!

  • @Franz0818
    @Franz0818 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +894

    As a Filipino… her β€œadobo” hurts me emotionally, physically and spiritually more than I have expected.

    • @louong5423
      @louong5423 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2

      I am sure she got her recipe

    • @lightt7213
      @lightt7213 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +20

      @@louong5423recipe for disaster

    • @gijose83
      @gijose83 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +15

      she made adoeboe instead lol

    • @gamingwithmc5121
      @gamingwithmc5121 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1


    • @haki2478
      @haki2478 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +3

      Omg!!it's not Adobo and not garlic rice😒😒😒😒😒😒😒😒😒

  • @richardburnfin6951
    @richardburnfin6951 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

    Would love his recipe or an original one!

  • @meriandimaano
    @meriandimaano 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

    I can’t believe the laugh I had listening to uncle Roger’s disappointments. The disrespect to rice is golden πŸ˜‚

  • @plainwhiterapper1
    @plainwhiterapper1 κ°œμ›” μ „

    Filipino store near me, nothing green in the adobo, and only garlic in the garlic rice. I’m digging me some Uncle Roger. He puts a smile on my face all of the time.

  • @phh.8393
    @phh.8393 22 일 μ „

    I grew up in the province that specialize in adobo There's just so many variation of the dish. It can have coconut milk, pineapple, eggs, potatoes, etc.
    But the best kind of adobo I have ever tasted is simple to make:
    1. Marinate meat (usually with soy sauce, a bit of vinegar as neutralizer, cracked black pepper, crushed garlic and chopped onions or their powder counterpart)
    2. In a pot, put meat with sauce & add some (hot) water and bring to boil. Add a bit of salt. When meat is tender, add vinegar (1/4 cup at the most per 1Kg of meat). Do not stir, don't put the lid on & let it simmer. Taste if the vinegar is cooked (the acidity should blend with the rest of the ingredients).
    3..Add brown sugar. Optional oyster sauce/bay leaf/black pepper, your enemy, etc. Stir and turn off stove.
    4. On a pan/wok, saute garlic & onion with Canola (or sesame) oil until brown. You can also add bird eye chili (labuyo) here. Remove then pan fried the chicken/meat , pour the sauce bit by bit, then simmer until you achieve the level of thickness of sauce that you want. (Most of us love almost-dry adobo) Adjust the taste accordingly
    5. Pour those brown garlic/onion on top and serve.
    We have at least 7 versions of adobo at home, but this is my grandma's way of doing it. It's the simplest and the bestseller in every family reunion.
    The best thing about adobo is it's one of few dishes that taste better on it's 2nd day. So my lola taught me and my cousins the recipe before we went to college, since she said it's like "survival skills for us" πŸ˜‚

  • @mommyissuesasmr8040
    @mommyissuesasmr8040 κ°œμ›” μ „

    Wow, I should have let this video play through, I came back to that garlic rice. My instinct about her cooking skills are still accurate. πŸ˜„

  • @Starzzforyou
    @Starzzforyou 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +743

    As somebody with Filipino friends who love Adobo, I showed them this and I am proud to say they are traumatized, but blessed when they saw uncle roger roasting the shit out of her

    • @nicomiguelbasada2022
      @nicomiguelbasada2022 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +11

      Nice wrong spelling

    • @ArcaeaIsYummy
      @ArcaeaIsYummy 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +5


    • @KoenArana
      @KoenArana 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2


    • @Me-pj8fw
      @Me-pj8fw 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

      Filipino buddy, not Phillipino. But that is nice to hear

    • @omnoms2445
      @omnoms2445 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +6

      She turned a Filipino dish into a vaguely southeast asian dish. Seriously if you put cilantro in adobo shits not gonna make sense.

  • @REDACTED2377
    @REDACTED2377 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +21

    As an African American, I’m glad my parents knew how to cook traditional food.

  • @ea6102
    @ea6102 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2

    Tamari is a Japanese type of soy sauce, it's not like wimpy American soy sauce or anything, it's a legit Japanese sauce. It has a bit of a deeper flavor and I find many stir fry sauces, especially vinegar heavy ones, taste better with tamari.

  • @frankdhanielbuenaflor
    @frankdhanielbuenaflor 2 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2

    As a Filipino I deeply respect uncle roger

  • @tristanmike
    @tristanmike 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

    I can't help but agree...plain white rice has the perfect texture...anything else is madness.

  • @spiderbass4hire474
    @spiderbass4hire474 11 일 μ „ +1

    The thing with her voice is called Vocal Fry. Essentially it's a way to lower the bottom range of your voice. There's two catches. It always sounds something like this. Rough and unstable. I wouldn't reccomend it for singing although lots use it for just that. The other is that if you're doing it wrong you can do real damage to your voice. Like surgery to fix or even permanent damage.
    I watched a weejio about it a few weeks back cos I didn't know what it was. I'm a natural basso profundo so it's of no value to me but I've heard men do it too. Country singers. Lots of them.
    It's more useful in general to women but Rachel Ray has about a deep a natural speaking voice as is common in women so it's a bit much when she does it. With my voice it sounds almost exactly like Venom.
    Kind of interesting but that's about it. To me at least. Go all in and check out Tuvan Throat Singing. Kinda similar. Try it yourself and throw it in a weejio by surprise. It be wicked awesome cool if you did it.

  • @FBvampire
    @FBvampire 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +701

    the fact that this woman can cook like this and have her own cooking show makes me feel better about my own cooking πŸ˜‚

    • @komura.blurrr
      @komura.blurrr 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +10

      Same lol, as a 15 year old, I just know I can make better

    • @lizsays3324
      @lizsays3324 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +5

      She got her start handing out free food samples in grocery stores and from there moved to food talk shows, then cooking shows. Never trained or worked as a chef, just a great talker.

    • @22martinez1
      @22martinez1 4 κ°œμ›” μ „

      Geesh I wonder which culture Rachael Ray is going to screw up next Korean? Oh don't do Korean.

    • @msmagnolia1627
      @msmagnolia1627 4 κ°œμ›” μ „

      Ikr!!! Made me think, i’m not a bad cook afterall!!!πŸ˜‚

  • @TryingPositive
    @TryingPositive 2 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

    That garlic rice segment had me in tears πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  • @JLT0087
    @JLT0087 4 κ°œμ›” μ „

    I can kind of explain some of the mistakes here. The olive oil is mostly due to olive oil being the only cooking oil in America that doest get demonized for having "bad" fats. The jalapeΓ±os are the wrong chile, but they're one of maybe two chiles you can find in the average American grocery store, the other being habeneros, which would still be wrong. Subbing parsley for cilantro is commonly done by people who have the gene that makes cilantro taste like soap. No idea why she went so off base with the rice though.

  • @jesipohl6717
    @jesipohl6717 κ°œμ›” μ „

    The next time dinner guests offer to run an errand and bring parsley in place of cilantro I am using Uncle Roger's line:
    "they are not the same thing, one tastes like shit, the other like cilantro"
    I can taste the extra bitter in cilantro, I don't have a problem with it, I think most people are just not very keen on learning new tastes. That and people have been making soap smell like food tastes for way too long and it's started having an effect.

  • @tatinesaenzk
    @tatinesaenzk 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

    As a Filipino, I guess this is how Italians feel whenever they see us adding sliced hotdogs and sugar to bolognese sauce and adding heavy cream to carbonara sauce. Touche.

  • @ivanmorris6477
    @ivanmorris6477 15 일 μ „

    Uncle Roger: "One tastes like shit. the other tastes like cilantro."
    That got meπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  • @Roblecop
    @Roblecop 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +377

    As a Filipino I can confirm that all of my ancestors cried in unison at this travesty. Great vid Tito Roger!

    • @Bulghiskhan
      @Bulghiskhan 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +4

      This is definitely not what adobo looks like😒

    • @rhythmaddict808
      @rhythmaddict808 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

      hahahahahahaaa! True!

    • @CzarAice01
      @CzarAice01 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

      I forgot that this is a video for adobo 🀣

    • @thescarkingkaiju894
      @thescarkingkaiju894 4 κ°œμ›” μ „

      All Filipino ancestors are Crying 😭 right now after they see these

    • @klmeyer9907
      @klmeyer9907 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

      As a white girl from San Diego, I cry with you

  • @usadhadsadskdjkfdm
    @usadhadsadskdjkfdm 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

    watching her cook while im eating is the worst mistake ive ever made

  • @danny1988221
    @danny1988221 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

    As a Puerto Rican .. I approve with Uncle Roger about the rice. Simple white rice is perfect!

  • @thebluewookie9767
    @thebluewookie9767 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +6

    I feel validated, everytime I tell someone one of my favorite foods is just white rice with soy sauce they always act like I'm a weirdo πŸ˜‚

    • @MsMatilda24
      @MsMatilda24 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2

      Back to basics. White rice and soy sauce can pair with almost everything and it's perfect indeedπŸ‘Œ

  • @TheDrcamarena87
    @TheDrcamarena87 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

    S/O to transformative creators who have comedic and cooking talent

  • @Mottleydude1
    @Mottleydude1 11 일 μ „

    Congratulations Rachel. You just alienated an entire nation. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
    I’m married to a Filipina. I will show her this and watch her freak out. I thought it impossible to screw up adobo. It’s such a simple recipe.
    I can see Rachel serving this to Pinoys and asking them if they liked it and see them politely smile and say the yes that means no. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  • @miyeonari3170
    @miyeonari3170 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +734

    As a filipino, Rachael's Adobo made me go through the five stages of grief.

    • @magsterartabia3889
      @magsterartabia3889 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +6

      not adobo correction its rachels anything goes beatutiful to hear or see ingridient was there but yuck and gross

    • @spaced9832
      @spaced9832 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +23

      @@magsterartabia3889 rewrite this please, i had a stroke trying to decipher this sentence.

    • @magsterartabia3889
      @magsterartabia3889 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2

      @@spaced9832 may kababayan can only eat left over adobo. thats why we know the true taste

    • @belabear
      @belabear 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +13

      Eto nanaman ung as a filipino comment πŸ˜‚ hindi talaga mawawala to 🀣

    • @izumihanagata1148
      @izumihanagata1148 4 κ°œμ›” μ „


  • @disneydomestic
    @disneydomestic 4 κ°œμ›” μ „

    Thank you uncle Roger thanks to your commentary I took your advice . Sauté garlic...day old rice ....came out perfect ❀

  • @faithdy35
    @faithdy35 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +3

    i love it when comedians laugh at their own jokes

  • @andreaville
    @andreaville 2 κ°œμ›” μ „ +3

    I am dying laughing I like Uncle Roger finally someone who's honest about Rachel Ray's cooking lol

  • @Haarlemsurrey1994
    @Haarlemsurrey1994 25 일 μ „

    There’s only two types of original Adobo; Dry or with sauce. Sautee onion and garlic then brown the chicken with pepper until the fat renders. Add 4 tablespoons soya sauce and 2 tbs oyster sauce. Add a bit water and 3-bay leaves and simmer for 20 minutes. 5 minutes before meat are cooked, add 2 tbs vinegar and 2 tbs brown sugar, DO NOT STIR. Let the sauce thickens for 5 minutes. For dry adobo, make the heat high until sauce is absorbed by the meat. Chicken will be brown and tasty. Have fun

  • @ztupidiezmartie6803
    @ztupidiezmartie6803 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +885

    I cannot believe a simple dish like Adobo can still be fucked up. My ancestors and I are truly heartbroken because of this disaster :(

    • @sprikitik9719
      @sprikitik9719 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +38

      the garlic fried rice that wasnt fried with fresh garlic hahaha

    • @jiscasamazingadventures6092
      @jiscasamazingadventures6092 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +3

      Lol πŸ’€πŸ’€πŸ’€πŸ’€

    • @HennryHammerhead
      @HennryHammerhead 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +4

      Food id food. Just cause it isnt "traditional" doesnt mean it still wont taste good.

    • @xuanbachnghiem4317
      @xuanbachnghiem4317 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +29

      ​@@HennryHammerhead But why does she treat rice like that? Food is food, yes it's ok for you and me. We eat everything we want. But if a chef cooks and introduces food to people, that's business and must be very precise. I promise you, the rice or that mixture tastes bad with coriander seeds. I'm not even mentioning a proper fried garlic rice.

    • @howzit9397
      @howzit9397 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +18

      I’m Filipino and this is not chicken adobo and rice hahaha pro chefs take recipes and change it to make their own version but still call it the same name πŸ˜‚

  • @rjlaxvespa1742
    @rjlaxvespa1742 2 κ°œμ›” μ „

    Love how she's pimping out her special Rachel Ray Cookware, none of it's made in the US, but in factories probably China... probably available on Amazon... the cast iron coated stuff is to take off of some of the well-known Danish and French brands that make really good clad cast iron pans, which you take care of will last forever... after you get done cooking wipe it out put some hot water in it, all that stuff that's on there immediately removes itself without having to scrape and scratch your coating.. which does have a lot of lead in it...
    Rice makers are cheap you don't even have to get the really expensive ones, even the old ones work well... get something burned just put some water and it turn it on it'll immediately release, just don't put it down your garbage disposal, rice is like Concrete in your pipes... trash bag or compost buried...

  • @justapotato584
    @justapotato584 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

    Just the start with no marinating for sometime already killed me on the inside

  • @illdwes
    @illdwes 3 κ°œμ›” μ „

    As a latino the "one tastes like s**t the other tastes like cilantro" got me rolling... πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  • @eliklare
    @eliklare 4 κ°œμ›” μ „

    you guys don't know how we suffer while watching someone making failed adobo

  • @V10l3t_N00b
    @V10l3t_N00b 3 κ°œμ›” μ „

    If people are completely perfect uncle Rodger, you will have no one to roast

  • @seempt
    @seempt 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1

    I just can't grasp the fact that adobo is really easy to cook and with only few ingredients (meat, soy sauce, vinegar, corn pepper, onions, garlic, oil and water. potato and egg is optional) but her way made it complex af πŸ₯² idek if i can call that adobo tbh and that garlic rice traumatized me ngl 😭

  • @nightfury5284
    @nightfury5284 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +881

    I don't even know how to make adobo but watching rachel boiling rice with garlic and coriander seed is the whole another level of shocked and speechless.

    • @michaelkevinmirasol8256
      @michaelkevinmirasol8256 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +62

      There are many variations of cooking Filipino adobo depending on where you are in the Philippines but that bastardized garlic rice def offends all Filipinos around the world.

    • @moorenicola6264
      @moorenicola6264 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +36

      Yep someone is gonna break a tooth on a coriander seed. So bizarre!

      @JADRIENHONGPINGJIEMoe 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2

      I am your 100th like guy

      @JADRIENHONGPINGJIEMoe 4 κ°œμ›” μ „

      It true

    • @Kaino-wo3vc
      @Kaino-wo3vc 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +8

      ​​​@@michaelkevinmirasol8256yeah, adobo has so many variations on how to cook it, and I'm even gonna say that her adobo is somewhat passable, but that garlic rice... It's horrendous.

  • @adamfalloria8363
    @adamfalloria8363 4 κ°œμ›” μ „

    I love watching Uncle Roger, his so funny, commenting on Rachel chicken adobo.😊

  • @jonkillian9434
    @jonkillian9434 4 κ°œμ›” μ „

    Uncle Rodger is a national treasure. God bless Uncle Rajha

  • @alyxleaf
    @alyxleaf 3 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2

    "Asian food and olive oil like carbon fiber and submarine"

  • @notsoaverage_d
    @notsoaverage_d 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +2

    Wow, she didn't even look at an Adobo recipe. The Silver Swan shout out, though!!β€πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  • @MancityJC9
    @MancityJC9 3 κ°œμ›” μ „

    As a filipino nephew i really wanna cry from this i thought she would make proper filipino adobo but she screw up haiyahh

  • @ShiftyMalcontent
    @ShiftyMalcontent 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +1863

    Even as just a basic ass white man from southern USA, watching this filled me with pain. I can only imagine the anguish in the hearts of our Filipino brothers and sisters. 😭Please accept an apology from me on her behalf. I promise we're not all this bad.

    • @FranzFerdinand55
      @FranzFerdinand55 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +13

      how about a little less racial stuff huh?

    • @Sasukesanimation
      @Sasukesanimation 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +23

      Uncle roger almost never get hate for his insults cus their lit ad he got the prove to Bak it up

    • @FranzFerdinand55
      @FranzFerdinand55 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +4

      @@Sasukesanimation no

    • @swagalicious2449
      @swagalicious2449 4 κ°œμ›” μ „ +31