Sunday, June 10, 2012

Pork Embutido



ground pork
pork broth
vienna sausage, sliced
carrots, cubes
celery, cubed
liquid seasoning
salt and pepper


1. Boil egg and cut into small cubes; boil chicken and cut into small pieces
2. Combine all the ingredients together into a roll and wrap it tightly with foil
3. Steam the rolls using pork broth or boil them on a pot, along with the broth for 15 to 20 minutes
4. Cool it. Serve it as is or fry it.
5. Serve it with catsup and sweet chili sauce

I've never been a fan of embutido, but I've always been curious how people make it so I tried it. Also, I realized that its a common Filipino party food (correct me if I'm wrong) so I might as well learn how to make some, for the sake of art. Anyway, I was so intrigued with the recipe I found because the its got so much in it, eggs, chicken, sausage, raisins, carrots and celery. I'm used to embutido with just the groundpork, carrots and raisins so I was excited to do this recipe.

Anyway, I realized that I boiled the embutido for quite long. I was scared of getting half cooked meat so I made it stay in the water for longer, so it ended up to be quite hard. It was still yummy. It was good fried, microwaved and it was fine just lightly heated --- there is much flavor because of what I've put in and its quite filling.

Use sweet chili sauce rather than catsup. We realized it on the last two rolls, which was quite unfortunate. And yeah, pair it with soup --- because like always, I love to pair dry food with warm, yummy soup.

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