|Place of origin||Philippines|
|Region or state||Marikina City|
|Serving temperature||hot, cold|
|Similar dishes||embutido. morcón, hardinera|
Everlasting, also known as the Marikina meatloaf, is a Filipino steamed meatloaf originating from Marikina City. It is made with ground pork, Chorizo de Bilbao sausages, carrots, bell peppers, raisins, pickle relish, tomatoes, onions, and eggs. It is similar to the hardinera meatloaf of Quezon and is also traditionally steamed in an oval-shaped tin mold known as a llanera (or lyanera).
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