there are a lot of recipes for adobo out there :-)
i was having a craving for manapua, a sort of baked meat-filled bun. did a little improvising, searched the fridge, came up with this pork and chicken adobo bun. i shredded the chicken, chopped up the pork, added a little of the gravy (cold, for easier handling). made a dough that was sort of a cross between soft, sweet manapua dough and pandesal by taking my basic bread recipe (1 packet yeast, 3 cups flour, 1-1 1/2 c. water, a little sugar, a little salt, a little oil) and adding a tablespoonful of honey, two eggs, and substituting a half-cup of the water with melted butter. sounds funky, but it worked, as it wasn't too dairy tasting, and the bread was firm enough to hold in the saucy filling. wrapped a couple heaping tablespoonfuls of the meat and gravy in the dough, pinched it closed, put the "dimpled" side down, brushed the tops with an egg wash, and after rising, baked in a 350 oven for 20-25 minutes. perfect on-the-go parcels, if you can resist eating them fresh out of the oven.