Fried Embutido is another way to make your delicious embutido taste better. This recipe is applicable to both pork embutido, chicken embutido, and even turkey embutido. This is one of my favorite ways to enjoy my favorite Filipino Meatloaf. Making fried embutido is easy and very straightforward. However, you will need to cook the embutido […]
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Embutido is a type of Filipino steamed meatloaf. Today, we are featuring Chicken Embutido, which is a meatloaf made from ground chicken. This recipe is simple and hassle-free. You should be able to enjoy your own chicken embutido within an hour – and you will have the right to brag this to your friends too. […]
Turkey Embutido is a good alternative to traditional embutido recipes because of its low fat and low cholesterol content. There is no doubt that traditional embutido tastes really great. However, some of us who are trying to eat low fat and low cholesterol foods might have hesitations. While trying to come-up with alternatives to our […]
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.
For those of you who want to enjoy the naturally prepared Embutido, this is the recipe to go for. My version (or should I say my Mom’s ) focuses more on giving this dish the wonderful taste and aroma that can’t be found in commercialized Embutido. You can serve this as a cold cut or you can even fry it after steaming. Do whatever you want but don’t forget to put the Banana Catsup on the side.
Try this delicious Embutido recipe.
Chicken Galantina is a popular Filipino Holiday Stuffed Chicken recipe. This dish is best enjoyed cold and can be eaten with either bread or rice. Preparing Chicken Galantina takes some time and patience. To me, the most challenging part is deboning the chicken. It takes precision, some skill, and a lot of patience to remove […]
Starting your day with a big and heavy breakfast is always a good idea. It makes you more focus and ready for the challenges ahead, both physically and mentally. One of the best meals that I had for breakfast has been always the ones with Ham and Egg Fried Rice. It fills me up instantly […]
The Filipino Christmas tradition won’t be complete without Noche Buena (Christmas Eve Dinner). During this special meal, families and friends gather together to share a delightful meal and wish everyone a Joyous Christmas. The dishes served usually comes from the Family’s Christmas Recipe collection, or they can be something special and only prepared once a year.
Stuffed Ampalaya is a vegetable and meat dish that is composed of bitter gourd (also called bitter melon) and ground pork. The word “Ampalaya” is the Filipino term for bitter gourd. If we do some translation, this dish can also be called stuffed bitter gourd or stuffed bitter melon.
I would say that Stuffed Ampalaya is another version of the embutido. I know that it does not look like one, but the ingredients used in the ground pork mixture is pretty much the same. Although embutido is cooked differently, the taste of the meat is quite identical. The only difference is the bitter gourd, which makes the taste more bitter.
Many of us do not like the taste of bitter gourd. I was one of those people. I only forced myself to eat bitter gourd after reading an article about its health benefits (Health Benefits of Ampalaya). I started cooking bitter gourd dishes since then. Some of the best tasting ampalaya recipes that we have are Ginisang Ampalaya and Ampalaya con Carne. You should try these out.
So, you still have that ground pork, beef, or chicken sitting in the fridge for days now. I bet that you either impulsively bought it when you saw the huge sale sticker in the package or that you regularly buy ground meats even if there are no planned menus for it. Don’t worry, it’s normal; I too do the same thing often.
While saving a few bucks for low priced ground meat is not bad at all, waiting for it to become spoiled is different thing. You don’t want those savings to turn into expense, do you? Here are some ground meat recipe ideas that might interest you – while you still have time.
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