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Embutido (Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese), enchido (European Portuguese) or embotit (Catalan) is one of the many varieties of cured, dry sausages found in the cuisines of Iberia and the former Spanish and Portuguese colonies.[1]

In Philippine cuisine however, due to the fusion of Spanish and American cuisine in the islands, "embutido" (or "embotido") refers to a type of meatloaf wrapped around slices of egg and sausage.[2]


Specific varieties include:

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  1. ^ Viguer, Bélen Aguado (2016). Spain - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs & Culture. Bravo Limited. p. 104. ISBN 9781857338393.
  2. ^ Lam, Francis (7 January 2015). "The Rich Tradition of Filipino Embutido". The New York Times Magazine. Retrieved 11 December 2018.