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How to Cook Embutido (Filipino Meat Loaf)

How to Cook Embutido (Filipino Meat Loaf)

Ingredients Needed: ½ kilo of ground pork 1pc of medium carrots grated ½ cheese bars sliced in small pieces 1 medium red bell pepper sliced into small pieces 2 tbsp of garlic minced 3 pcs raw eggs beaten 2 pcs hard boiled quartered sliced 2 tbsp of white sugar ¼ cup of evaporated milk or fresh milk 3 pcs of hotdogs sliced 1 inch length 3 tbsp of bread crumbs or oats Salt and ground pepper to taste Aluminum foil to cover Direction: Put the ground pork  in a big bowl. Add the beaten eggs and the bread crumbs then mix well. Put in the carrots, onion, bell pepper, and sugar. Add salt and pepper to taste. Mix thoroughly. Pour in evaporated milk and mix well. On a flat surface, place the aluminum foil. Put the ground meat mixture and flatten. Put in the boiled eggs, hotdogs and cheese at the middle of the mixture. Form a cylinder shape by carefully rolling the foil and lock the edges of the foil. In a steamer, place the ground meat roll and steam for 1 to 2 hours. Let it cook over a ...

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How to Make Cornbread Muffins with Real Corn

How to Make Cornbread Muffins with Real Corn

Traditional cornbread muffins are made with cornmeal, if you don’t have any on hand or prefer fresh corn, you can still make cornbread muffins. This recipe is easy to make and the results are delicious. I’ve made them with whole wheat flour, but all purpose flour can certainly be substituted. Ingredients Needed: 3 cups corn kernels. You can use fresh, canned or frozen. Just defrost first. 2 cups whole wheat flour 2/3 cup sugar 1 tablespoon baking powder A pinch or two of salt 4 eggs, beaten 2 cups milk ½ cup vegetable oil Makes: 24 cornbread muffins   Direction: Start by preheating the oven to 400 F. Next, chop up the corn until it looks something like this. I’ve used a Pampered Chef food chopper on a cutting board to achieve this. You could use a food processor, but don’t create a puree…unless you want to hide the texture of the corn in the muffins. It’s actually quite delicious with little bits of corn in it, so I just chop it. Set aside. Now combine all the dry ...

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Pritong Hipon (Fried Shrimp)

Pritong Hipon (Fried Shrimp)

...  Needed: ½ kilo of shrimp (remove shell and head) 1 tbsp of garlic powder 1 tsp of ground pepper 1 tsp of salt 1 cup of all purpose flour ½ cup of oats or bread crumbs 3 cups of cooking oil 3 pcs egg beaten Direction: Put the cleaned shrimp in a bowl. Marinate with garlic powder, ground pepper, and salt for an hour. Set aside. In separate bowl, mix the all purpose flour and the beaten egg. Stir until the texture thickens. Set aside. Put the oats or bread crumbs on a flat plate. After marinating, dip the shrimp and coat with the batter. Roll on the oats. Set aside. Heat the oil in a frying pan. Deep fry the coated shrimp until it turns golden brown. Drain in paper wax. Serve the fried shrimp with sweet and sour ketchup and ...

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