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Meatloaf

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Embutido or embotido, is a Filipino meatloaf made with ground pork and stuffed with hard-boiled eggs and sliced ham or various sausages. The dish itself originates from the American meatloaf, introduced during the American colonial period of the Philippines (1898–1946).
Embutido (not to be confused with the Spanish embutido) is made of well-seasoned ground pork, raisins, minced carrots, sausages, and whole boiled eggs.

Embutido

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The name of the dish in the Philippines originally referred to embutido, a type of Spanish dry sausage and one of the original stuffings of the dish.
In Philippine cuisine however, due to the fusion of Spanish and American cuisine in the islands, "embutido" (or "embotido") refers to a type of meatloaf wrapped around slices of egg and sausage.

List of pork dishes

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List of pork dishes
Embutido

Morcón (Filipino cuisine)

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Embutido is visually similar to and uses similar ingredients as another Filipino dish, the morcón (which is also different from the original Spanish morcón, a type of sausage).
Morcón is visually similar to and uses similar ingredients as the more common Filipino embutido.

Ground meat

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Embutido or embotido, is a Filipino meatloaf made with ground pork and stuffed with hard-boiled eggs and sliced ham or various sausages. Embutido is made by mixing ground pork with bread crumbs (or shredded white bread), raisins, minced carrots, sautéed onions and garlic, and salt and black pepper to taste.

Boiled egg

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Embutido or embotido, is a Filipino meatloaf made with ground pork and stuffed with hard-boiled eggs and sliced ham or various sausages.

Ham

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Embutido or embotido, is a Filipino meatloaf made with ground pork and stuffed with hard-boiled eggs and sliced ham or various sausages.

Aluminium foil

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It is traditionally wrapped in aluminum foil and steamed, though it can also be baked.

Steaming

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It is traditionally wrapped in aluminum foil and steamed, though it can also be baked.

Christmas in the Philippines

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Embutido is commonly prepared during Christmas, fiestas, and other special occasions.

List of festivals in the Philippines

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Embutido is commonly prepared during Christmas, fiestas, and other special occasions.

Banana ketchup

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It can be served hot or chilled, and are usually dipped in banana ketchup or some other type of sweet sauce.

American cuisine

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Despite the Spanish name, the dish is derived from the American meatloaf. The dish itself originates from the American meatloaf, introduced during the American colonial period of the Philippines (1898–1946).

Philippines

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The name of the dish in the Philippines originally referred to embutido, a type of Spanish dry sausage and one of the original stuffings of the dish.

Spanish cuisine

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The name of the dish in the Philippines originally referred to embutido, a type of Spanish dry sausage and one of the original stuffings of the dish.

Sausage

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Embutido or embotido, is a Filipino meatloaf made with ground pork and stuffed with hard-boiled eggs and sliced ham or various sausages. The name of the dish in the Philippines originally referred to embutido, a type of Spanish dry sausage and one of the original stuffings of the dish.

Longaniza

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These sausages are now known under the general terms longganisa or chorizo in the Philippines, with the term embutido evolving to refer exclusively to this dish.

Chorizo

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These sausages are now known under the general terms longganisa or chorizo in the Philippines, with the term embutido evolving to refer exclusively to this dish.

History of the Philippines (1898–1946)

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The dish itself originates from the American meatloaf, introduced during the American colonial period of the Philippines (1898–1946).

Processed meat

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This was due to the expansion of the American canning industry and the influx of processed meat and other canned goods to the islands.

Canning

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This was due to the expansion of the American canning industry and the influx of processed meat and other canned goods to the islands.

Bread crumbs

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Embutido is made by mixing ground pork with bread crumbs (or shredded white bread), raisins, minced carrots, sautéed onions and garlic, and salt and black pepper to taste.

Carrot

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Embutido is made by mixing ground pork with bread crumbs (or shredded white bread), raisins, minced carrots, sautéed onions and garlic, and salt and black pepper to taste.

Sautéing

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Embutido is made by mixing ground pork with bread crumbs (or shredded white bread), raisins, minced carrots, sautéed onions and garlic, and salt and black pepper to taste.