The ingredients are listed down, with the quantities not as accurate as a recipe book. As with any of my home-prepared meals, seasonings such as salt, pepper and soy sauce were based on hunch. The corn starch and breadcrumbs were based on intuition as well. If it looks alright, then it probably is. The veggies were chopped using the manual food processor, so these were fairly fine than those manually chopped with a knife.
500g minced pork (with fat)
500g best minced pork
3 medium sized carrots, finely chopped
1 large capsicum, finely chopped
1 large onion, finely chopped
6 cocktail hotdogs (I think bacon would just as well be as nice or even chorizo), we chopped this into bits as well
1 pack 50g sultanas/raisins
5 xl eggs (700g each)
salt and pepper
Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl, making sure all the corn starch, breadcrumbs and eggs are blended well with the rest of the ingredients.
Rest for about 30-45 min to let the flavours blend in together.
Scoop about 3-4 heaping tablespoons onto a piece of aluminum foil. wrap and twist the ends. do with the rest of the mixture until used up.
Yield: 12 assorted mismatched-sized embutido rolls
Place the wrapped embutido's onto a tray rack that fits a roasting pan.
Fill the roasting pan half-way with water.
Bake in a pre-heated 180 degree oven for 1.5hours. Checking every 30min making sure the water isn't dried up. Add water as necessary.