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Pork Adobo Gozleme

Recipe by Mini Pinoy GrillCourse: Recipes

4 – 6

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The ultimate Filipino fusion – Greece meets Philippines


  • Pork Adobo
  • 1 x Kg pork belly

  • 1 x Bottle of Mini Pinoy Grill – All Purpose Marinade

  • 1 x Tablespoon ground black pepper

  • 1 x handful of bay leave

  • 1 x 315ml Water

  • Gozleme Pasty
  • 2 x cups of plain flour

  • 1 x cup of Greek Yogurt

  • 1 x Greek Feta

  • 1 x Tablespoon olive oil

  • 1 x Pinch of Salt


  • Pork Adobo
  • Slice pork belly into rashers and place everything into a medium pot.
  • Gently stir all ingredients to ensure they are mixed well
  • Cook on high 30-45mins with lid on, stirring occasionally to ensure it does not burn
  • Once the pork belly is soft enough to cut with a spoon, simmer for 5-10mins
  • Gozleme Pastry
  • Mix all ingredients together. Mix lightly to ensure the pastry stays nice a fluffy
  • Once everything is combined nicely into a ball of dough, break off a lemon sized piece and knead the dough on a floured bench. using a rolling pin, flatten dough to 1mm thin rectangular shapes.
  • Cut pork belly into bit size pieces and place a handful, along with feta cheese on the bottom half of the rectangle.
  • Fold over pastry, ensuring to add olive oil on the inside edges to help seal the pastry.
  • Pan fry both sides with olive oil. Make sure both sides are golden brown
  • serve with freshly sliced lemon

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