|Alternative names||Jardinera, Quezon meatloaf, Lucban meatloaf|
|Place of origin||Philippines|
|Region or state||Lucban, Quezon|
|Serving temperature||hot, cold|
|Main ingredients||diced or ground pork, eggs, raisins, carrots, bell pepper, pineapple, peas, tomatoes|
|Similar dishes||embutido. morcón, menudo|
Hardinera (Philippine Spanish: jardinera), also known as the Quezon meatloaf or the Lucban meatloaf, is a Filipino meatloaf made with diced or ground pork topped with sliced hard-boiled eggs, pineapples, carrots, bell peppers, peas, tomatoes, and raisins, among others. The ingredients used are identical to the ones used in Filipino menudo; while the cooking process is similar to the Filipino embutido. It is traditionally steamed in an oval-shaped tin mold known as a llanera (or lyanera), which is also used to make leche flan. It originates from the province of Quezon in Luzon Island.