Adobo is a Spanish word that means marinade, sauce or seasoning and is used as both a verb and a noun. That's because in some cuisines adobo refers to a blend of spices while in other cuisines it references a method of cooking that uses an acidic marinade. Adobo originated in Iberia, Spain and then became popular in Portugal before moving on to the Caribbean, Latin America and the Philippines.
A savory seasoning, adobo is a key seasoning in Spanish Caribbean and Latin American kitchens and is traditionally used to season and/or marinate chicken or fish.
Ingredients: Cumin, garlic, fennel, lime zest, black pepper, salt, coriander, Mexican oregano, rosemary and thyme