Monday, March 14, 2005


A very traditional Filipino Dish. Sausages, Eggs, and vegetables rolled into a layer of ground pork.


2 lbs of ground pork
2 eggs
ground pepper
soy sauce to taste
1/4 cup flour

4 boiled eggs, quartered
2 sausages, quarted (I used honey-dijon sausages)
1 medium carrots, peeled and quartered
2 pcs of dill weed pickles, quartered

Mix the first five ingredients in a big bowl. Flatten the mixture on a wide and smooth chopping board or on a clean counter top. Arrange the last four ingredients in the middle and roll the ground pork making sure that all the last four ingredients are not sticking out of the ground pork mixture.

For some, they wrap them in tin foils and bake them. I just drenched the rolls in flour of flour and fried them in a pan.

For a healthier recipe, I also add grated carrots, thinly sliced celery, pickle relish in the mixture.


TaLhey said...

hi, i came your site and been enjoying it. hope you don't mind. i will definitely try this recipe and some other. cool site and very entertaining as well.

ting-aling said...

Hi Talhey, of course I won't mind. It's my pleasure to have you here.

SiaoChaBoa said...

Alot of work..??? Ting.. ;)

drstel said...

tita ting, this is just like my mom's!
uy, i always visit here, yer silent admirer, especially wondering if i've ever had katuray before but maybe know it by another name...
now i know all abt. you from blogkadahan!

JMom said...

Hi Ting! What a novel idea to pan fry it. I've only heard of embutido being steamed wrapped in foil. Yours came out so pretty with the browned outside and the fillings so nicely arranged. Mine always comes apart for some reason :-(

ting-aling said...

Mrs. T..yes, I have been so preoccupied lately.

Drstel..daring 'no? (My blogkadahan revelation)

You know I am wondering katuray grown just in the north?

JMom, do you want to know the secret? I use a lot of eggs for binding..(hehe)

Christine said...

hi there -- looks like a great recipe to me! Will try it this weekend! Thanks!

ting-aling said...

Hi Christine. Thanks for the visit. Sana successful ang pagluto mo.