Filipino Spicy Longganisa Sausage – 4 pcs/pkt ±500g


A fresh, sweet and spicy pork sausage made in true Filipino style. Also known as Filipino Chorizo.


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The Filipino Spicy Longganisa Sausage is a fresh, sweet and spicy pork sausage made in true Filipino style. Also known as Filipino Chorizo. This sausage is flavoured with brown sugar, apple cider vinegar, garlic, salt, habanero chilli and spices.

This product is made with natural pork casings, Finnish meat, is gluten free, lactose free, contains no dairy products,  contains no egg, contains no preservatives, no MSG, no nitrates and no nitrites.

This sausage is supplied in catering packs of four ±125g sausages weighing approximately 500g.

Often eaten for breakfast together with fried rice and a fried egg.

Excellent with these wines:
White Wine: Riesling, White Rioja Oaked, Chenin Blanc, Oaked Chardonnay
Red Wine: Garnacha, Pinot Noir, Etna Rosso
Other Excellent Options: Cava, Champagne, Metodo Classico, Lambrusco, Garnacha Rosé

Product Information

Raw sausage – Cook before eating

Gluten free – Lactose free – Nitrate free – Nitrite free

Ingredients: Pork 85% (Finland), brown sugar, apple cider vinegar, garlic, sea salt, habanero chilli, spices.

Nutritional information /100g
Energy – 1175kJ / 281kcal
Fat – 22g
Of which saturated fats – 0g
Carbohydrates – 7.4g
Of which sugars – 6.8g
Protein – 14g
Salt – 1.2g

Storage: Below -18C
Frozen: Do not refreeze after defrosting

Cooking Hint

Large frying pan: 30cm diameter
1/3 cup of water
2 tbsp vegetable oil
4-6 Longganisa sausages

1. In a large skillet, over medium-high heat, add the
longganisa's and pour in the water.
2. Using a fork, prick each of the sausages once
or twice - this is so the water absorbs and the
longganisa's tenderize while cooking.
3. Cook the sausages in the water over medium-high
heat for about 10 to 12 minutes till the water is
absorbed by the longganisa's.
4. When the water is absorbed completely by the
sausages and the skillet has become hot, turn the
heat down to medium.
5. Add the vegetable oil to the skillet.
6. The sausages will sizzle in the hot oil. Continue
cooking for 12 to 15 minutes until the
longganisa's have a shiny coating, are
brown and pork is cooked completely.

Serve the pork longganisa's with Sinangang(
garlic rice), and fried eggs.