Adobong pusit is a native dish that will give you a total food satisfaction. This is basically one of the Pinoy’s Lutong Bahay that is classified as sea food. You’ll surely forget your diet once you’re on it.
To make it you will need 1 pound medium-size squid, ¼ cup soy sauce or salt, ½ cup white sugar, ¼ cup chopped onion, 2 cups cubed red, ripe tomatoes, 1 cup water, 2 tablespoons vegetable or corn oil, freshly ground pepper to taste, and 1 head minced garlic. This is good for 1 serving.
Start from the very basic step, wash and clean the squid thoroughly, remove the cattle. Put squid in a saucepan with the vinegar, garlic, pepper, soy sauce or salt and water. Cook it in an over low heat until squid is tender. Make sure it does not get overcooked and rubbery. You also need to drain and set aside the squid broth. Heat oil in another saucepan and stir. Fry the cooked garlic until it turns brown, onion until transparent and tomatoes until soft. Add the squid and simmer for 3 minutes. Then transfer squid broth over mixture and bring to a boil.
Feel what an adobong pusit brings to your appetite. Cook and taste it.