Cheesy Baked Embutido

Cheesy Baked Embutido
Cheesy Baked Embutido. One of the more popular dish cooked by most Pinoy during Christmas is embutido. I have already several versions of embutido and meat loaf recipes in the archives if you are looking for a particular embutido recipe or something different from the usual or traditional embutido. Just click the link on the following list to see the recipes.

Chicken Embutido
Christmas Hardinera
Chicken Meatloaf, Chicken Relleno Style
Meatloaf, Christmas Meatloaf
Rellenong Manok, Chicken Relleno
Special Embutido
Embutido

Sliced Cheesy Baked Embotido

Our embutido version for this year’s Christmas is Cheesy Baked Embutido. As the name suggest it is loaded with extra cheese and instead of the usual steaming it is cooked in an oven, it is simpler compared to steaming. I suggest that it is served as it is or if you want it seared before serving it is best to sear it before slicing. The extra cheese will quickly caramelise even at low heat when you prefer it served seared or fried, just make sure that you turn or roll every now and then when frying the embutido log. Make sure also that you fry it at low to moderate heat. When slicing use a sharp knife to avoid the embutido slices from crumbling.

Baked Embutido

Except for the extra cheese the ingredients are basically similar to my other embutido recipes. Another special about this embutido version is I did not used boiled egg or hotdog or any filling. I wanted a solid embutido mixture without the extenders. Here is the recipe of this year’s Christmas embutido simply called Cheesy Baked Embutido.

Embutido Roll


Ingredients:

1/2 kilo ground pork
1 cup ham cut into strips
2 cans Vienna sausage, chopped
1/2 cup Spanish chorizo, chopped
1 small size carrot, chopped
1 medium size red bell pepper. chopped
1 medium size onion, chopped
1/3 cup raisins, sultana and pineapple
1-1 1/2 cup coarsely grated cheddar cheese
1/2 cup pickled relish
2-3 cloves garlic, finely chopped
3 eggs, beaten
salt and pepper to taste

Cooking procedure:

In a big bowl combine all the ingredients and mix until well blended season with salt and pepper to taste. Divide into four portions, place each portion in a square aluminium foil.

Embutido Mixture

Hand roll the aluminium foil with the embutido mixture to form a tightly packed log about 2” in diameter, seal both ends.

Embutido Log

Arrange the embutido side by side in a baking rack at the center of the oven preheated at 325ᵒF to 350ᵒF and bake for 45 to 60 minutes.

Embutido Bake

When done let it cool and remove the aluminium wrapping. Before serving heat generous amount of oil in a frying pan and sear the embutido on all side. Slice into rings and serve with banana ketchup.

See other Celebration's Recipe:

2008 Celebration's Recipes
2009 Celebration's Recipes
2010 Celebration's Recipes
2011 Celebration's Recipes

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi. Thanks for this post. I have also seen many versions of embutido recipes but yours sound and look very appetizing. I hope to share another version of embutido after I graduate from my Culinary course in ASHA.

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Alisa said...

I have always wanted to try this but never got the chance to find a good recipe. Your other recipes sound good so Im going to give this one a chance. Thanks for sharing!

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ut-man said...

Hi Alisa,
Thanks for the visit,goodluck and happy cooking!

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