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Filipino Embutido

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Embutido is a type of meatloaf prepared Filipino style. Though a well known dish for the holidays, Embutido can be enjoyed everyday without any hassle. Several meat processing companies now produce this meatloaf for commercial purposes; all you have to do is grab one from your favorite grocery store.
Ingredients
  Vienna sausage/6 pieces hotdogs 12 , cut in half lengthwise
  Ground pork 2 Pound
  Hard boiled eggs 3 , sliced
  Sweet pickle relish 1⁄2 Cup (8 tbs)
  Tomato sauce 1⁄2 Cup (8 tbs)
  Raw eggs 2
  Cheddar cheese 2 Cup (32 tbs), grated
  Red bell pepper 1 Cup (16 tbs), minced
  Green bell pepper 1 Cup (16 tbs), minced
  Raisins 1 1⁄2 Cup (24 tbs)
  Carrots 1 Cup (16 tbs), minced
  Onion 1 Cup (16 tbs), minced
  Salt To Taste
  Bread crumbs 2 Cup (32 tbs) (Made By Placing 4 Slices Of Tasty Bread In A Food Processor. If Not Using Any Food Processor,Just Tear The Bread.)
  Pepper To Taste
Directions

1. Place the ground pork in a large container
2. Add the bread crumbs then break the raw eggs and add it in. Mix well
3. Put-in the carrots, bell pepper (red and green), onion, pickle relish, and cheddar cheese. Mix thouroughly
4. Add the raisins, tomato sauce, salt, and pepper then mix well.
5. Place the meat mixture in an aluminum foil and flatten it. (see video for guidance)
6. Put in the sliced vienna sausage and sliced boiled eggs alternately on the middle of the flat meat mixture.
7. Roll the foil to form a cylinderlocking the sausage and egg in the middle if the meat mixture. Once done, lock the edges of the foil.
8. Place in a steamer and let cook for 1 hour.
9. Place inside the refrigerator until temperature turns cold
10. Slice and serve. Share and Enjoy!

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Easy
Cuisine: 
Asian
Taste: 
Savory
Method: 
Steamed
Ingredient: 
Pork
Servings: 
12
Subtitle: 
Filipino Style Meatloaf
This video is in Filipino.

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3 Comments

Colleen1656's picture
Thank you for the Recipe. That is one of my favorites & favorites of the Family.
Anonymous's picture
Salamat po for sharing your family recipe! I'm going to try it and slowly introduce Filipino food to my husband's family who are of Irish-German decent. Sobrang na-enjoy ko po yung tutorial, good pacing. Pero most especially, dahil you spoke in Tagalog made me feel like was I was back home in Manila. Kinda brought tears to my eyes... senti pero nakaka-miss din talaga.
NiHatZitrA's picture
very good tutorial") namiss ko mgluto ang mommy ko. filipino cuisine is the one of the delicious foods in the world") i love it!!