NYT Cooking: This recipe for embutido, a festive Filipino meatloaf featuring ingredients that appeared in the Philippines during the American occupation, is adapted from Emma Phojanakong. She often prepares it as a stuffing for chicken
Pork embutido is a Filipino-style meatloaf made with a festive mixture of ground pork, carrots, and raisins wrapped around slices of eggs and sausage. Steamed to perfection, they're popular for everyday dinner meals and special occasions.
Pork Adobo - I prefer my adobo as classic and plain as possible, with only one slight variation. You will find that it is also the easiest of versions to pull off As with most Filipino dishes, it is frequently served over white rice.