Embutido

Embutido
Embutido, Changes are, most likely the embutido you bought at your favorite supermarket or even with your office mate taste like bread or flour at times you won’t even recognize that it is an embutido. Embutido is supposed to be the Pinoy equivalent of meat loaf therefore should be made up of meat. The reason is commercial embutido are full of extenders to compensate for the high prize of meat and to make it affordable to everyone. Now I would like to share a recipe of a real meat embutido. If you have a steamer or can set up your ordinary pot as steamer, all you need is a rack that fit inside the pot, Making embutido is fairly easy, aside from steaming there is no other especial cooking technique. Enjoy…

Embutido Mixture


Ingredients:

1 k. ground pork
4-6 slices sweet ham, finely chopped
1 small size carrot, finely chopped
1/2 cup grated cheddar cheese
3 pcs. big size egg, beaten
1 small size red bell pepper, finely chopped
1 small size green bell pepper, finely chopped
3 pcs. hard-cooked eggs, quartered into wedges
5 pcs. regular hotdog, sliced into halves
1/2 c. sweet pickled relish
1/4 c. raisins, chopped
1/4 cup cornstarch
2 tbsp. soy sauce
salt and pepper


Cooking procedure:

Except the hard boiled eggs and hotdogs, in a big bowl combine all the ingredients and mix until well blended. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Divide the mixture into five portions. Divide also hard boiled eggs and hotdogs into five portions.

Embutido Filling

Prepare five square pieces of aluminium foil and place on top of each other on a flat surface. Spread and flatten one portion of the mixture onto the center of each foil, Place one portion of egg wedges and hotdog slices at the center of each mixture and hand roll until the mixture covers the eggs and hotdogs. Now roll the aluminium foil into a tightly packed log about 2" in diameter, twist and seal both ends. Repeat with the rest of the mixture.

Embutido Steaming

Arrange the embutido side by side in a steamer and steam for one hour. Let it cool, discard aluminium wrapper and slice into rings. Serve with ketchup or sweet chilly sauce.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

after steaming them and slicing them, i usually pan fry them. it taste better..

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ut-man said...

sakai, I agree with you, I do fry them also but freshly steamed embutido is best eaten as is. Thanks for the visit…

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alilay said...

i cooked embutido last monday using your recipe just added garlic & onion love them

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Geronimo said...

I took inspiration from your recipe. Mine can be found here: http://www.gmmatias.com/recipe-for-embutido---filipino-style-meatloaf-2010-01-09.

Please feel free to critique my version Embutido Recipe

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Anonymous said...

can you cook it in the oven?whats the process? thankyou...from PA.

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