Adobong pusit is a variant of the Filipino favorite dish, Adobo, where squid is stewed in vinegar, salt and garlic.
The squid's ink sac gives you a black sauce, rather than using soy sauce just like in the Pork or Chicken Adobo.
Have you had a squid adobo that's tough and chewy? Squid are usually delicious if cooked properly.
You will either have to stir-fry them or stew for a long time, or you will get a real chewy texture.
In other words, they would have to be cooked for 3 minutes or for 45 minutes, or anything in between will make them tough.
YOUR ADOBONG PUSIT FILIPINO RECIPE SHOPPING LIST:
IN THE PANTRY:
PREPARATION TIME : 2 minutes
COOKING TIME : 50 minutes
1 Saute the garlic and onion, then add the squid.
2 Mix in the vinegar, salt, and peppercorns and bring to a boil. DO NOT STIR.
3 Simmer for about 40 minutes or until squid pieces are tender, add the inc sac in the end.
4 Serve with hot rice. (Learn more about COOKING RICE, THE FILIPINO WAY.)