Embutido Recipe (Filipino Meat Loaf )

Filipino meatloaf featuring ingredients that appeared in the Philippines during the American occupation. The origin of Filipino Style Embutido can be traced when Spain colonized the Philippines for three and a half centuries beginning in the middle of the 15th century. During that time, the Spaniards introduced different recipes of their sausages such as Chorizo, Longaniza, and Embutido. It’s for this reason why Embutido is regarded as a generic term for sausages in the Spanish language.

Embutido Recipe

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Balbacua (Oxtail Soup)- Pinoy Recipe

This Cebuano dish was inherited from the Spaniards a long time ago. But there are also other versions in other provinces like Cagayan de Oro, Bohol and Davao. Imagine, cooking a dish for almost a day makes you wonder what kind of dish that took so long to cook. The average cooking time for this dish is about seven hours. The name of this dish “balbacua” came from the Spanish word “barbacoa” which means cooking meat very slowly on an open fire for several hours. Maybe our ancestors named it balbacua because of the length of time involved in cooking.

This Cebuano dish was inherited from the Spaniards a long time ago. But there are also other versions in other provinces like Cagayan de Oro, Bohol and Davao. Imagine, cooking a dish for almost a day makes you wonder what kind of dish that took so long to cook. The average cooking time for this dish is about seven hours. The name of this dish “balbacua” came from the Spanish word “barbacoa” which means cooking meat very slowly on an open fire for several hours. Maybe our ancestors named it balbacua because of the length of time involved in cooking.

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Filipino Style Spanish Bread

Learn how to make delicious Filipino Spanish Bread with this easy to follow, step-by-step instructions.

Spanish Bread is a popular afternoon snack in the Philippines. It has nothing to do with the Spanish bread of Spain Pan de Horno except maybe that they share the same form but the Filipino version of Spanish bread has a sweet buttery filling in it.

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