WATCH: How To Make Everlasting (Marikina-Style Meatloaf)

This embutido is cooked in a llanera like a leche flan.

This Marikina-style embutido, or meatloaf, is cooked in a llanera. It's the same baking pan you would use for leche flan so it's got a distinct shape. What makes this embutido unique from other meatloaf recipes is that it can be made ahead, even days, before you need to serve it.

It is cooked a full 10 to 15 minutes until most of the juices have dried up on the stovetop. It's claimed that it makes this embutido last longer, and that's how it got its name. It's also what makes this the perfect recipe to make for special occasions! 

Curious how this is made? Here's the full recipe: 

This Filipino-style meatloaf is a must-try!

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