Embutido Recipe - Do you love processed foods or commercially made foods like the canned good? Are they delicious? Maybe yes.
But how sure are you that they are properly done? Nowadays, many commercialized foods are out in the markets for easier or more convenient access to consumers.
They produce many preserved foods in can like meatloaf, corned beef, sardines, and the like. Many children are now enjoying preserved foods.
But as a parent, you should always look into the welfare of your kids. Good parents make sure of their safety, health and security. When we are talking about their safety, you should always see if their foods are safe to eat and good for their health.
In other words, they depend on us. Foods should always be on top of your list. Instead of letting them eat commercialized foods, why not let them eat and enjoy naturally prepared foods or what we call home-made foods.
These are far better than those canned goods. Let us have this very tasty home-made recipe- the Embutido.
Embutido is actually a Spanish word for sausage, however it is also a specialty of Filipinos. This dish is very popular in every table of Filipinos especially on holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, fiestas and even on regular days.
As described a while ago, embutido is a type of food which can be commercialized but it can also be naturally prepared by anybody who loves cooking or even if it is your first time to try preparing it.
This recipe is very simple and requires only your attention. Embutido is made of ground pork mixed with ingredients which are highly nutritious. After mixing all the ingredients and distributing them evenly, you may now roll it in an aluminum foil.
You may choose to add hotdogs or hard-boiled egg to fill in the center of your embutido. What really is special in this home-made dish is that it will last for a long period of time. Freezing it or refrigerating it will preserve the food.
The taste of the food will not be gone even for a month. Before cooking it though, thaw it first.
This Filipino style sausage is really great if you’re having surprise visitors and you are not ready for their foods. Don’t forget its partner, your sweet banana ketchup for the dip.
It is an all-time favorite of all Filipinos and we can always see this recipe in every occasion like the upcoming Christmas.
Celebrating our special days will even get happier and livelier with this Filipino style embutido recipe. A delicious way to be healthy is the natural way.
- 500 g ground pork
- 3 pcs hotdog
- 2 pcs fresh eggs
- 2 pcs hard boiled egg
- ½ cup raisins
- 1 medium grated carrots
- 1 medium onion
- 1 medium onions
- spring onion
- 1 tsp black pepper
- 1 tsp salt
- Combine all the ingredients in a mixing bowl except the hard boiled egg.
- Mix well.
- Beat the fresh eggs and add to the mixture.
- Stir to distribute evenly.
- Prepare an aluminum foil and put some meat mixture on it.
- Add 2 slices of egg in the middle and cover it with meat mixture.
- Roll the aluminum foil to cover the meat.
- Seal both ends by folding.
- Prepare the steamer and steam for 45 minutes up to 1 hour.
- Slice and serve