Skinless Longaniza

cebu longganisa
It is not often that I am in Cebu. The last time I was there was in 2005. Two months ago, my sister and I booked at the Marriot Hotel where we usually stay whenever we have a business transaction. Naturally when I am in Cebu, I choose the dishes native to the place. For breakfast, it was the Cebu longaniza (Philippine sausage). The longaniza from cebu is a combination of sweetish and spicy flavors. Oh how I miss the tasty longaniza. I don’t have to be in Cebu to miss one of my breakfast fare. As soon as I reached Manila, I searched for the recipe. Though it is skinless version, the taste is similar to that of the Cebu longaniza.

Here is the recipe of the Skinless Pork Longaniza:

1 kilo ground pork, 10% fat
1/4 cup packed brown sugar
1 tablespoon rock salt (or 1 1/2 teaspoon fine salt)
1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce
3 tablespoons soy sauce
1 tablespoon garlic, chopped
1/2 teaspoon black peper, ground.

1. Blend all the above ingredients.
2. Roll a small amount of the pork mixture in a 4 1/2 inches x 3 inches wax paper
3. Store in the freezer until ready to cook.

13 thoughts on “Skinless Longaniza

  1. cee cee

    I love your blog! Thanks for the recipes. I plan to try the many recipes I copied. God bless you and yours,..

  2. James

    Sounds delicious. Yet another one of your recipes I must try. Since I just got my grinder up-to-speed, this is high on my list.

  3. Foodelity

    I never thought that Cebu Longaniza is called Philippine sausage. Yes, ang sarap ng Longaniza dito. I usually order it in Neo2x and AAs. Yummy…

  4. Mikky

    so happy to have discovered your blog… this recipe is a must try… again, thanks for sharing 🙂

  5. mommy

    do you know if i can substitute pork with ground chicken or turkey? would it taste the same?

  6. Jessy

    I’ve been looking this recipe for ages thanks to your blog since I am from Cebu I really miss this food thanks

  7. leah

    thanks for sharing your recipe

  8. Sharon Schmidt

    Thanks so much. I have been to Cebu one time and chorizo was my daily breakfast for 2 weeks. I was being addicted to the sweet spicy taste and now i am craving like crazy. I am thinking about making it for our New Year’s breakfast and might make it all year YES like everyday.

  9. Jeph

    Any sub for the worcestershire sauce ?

  10. eden

    hi! lots of recipes i have gathered but i wanna try this. thanks for sharing. so excited to try the taste.

  11. janus

    wow! thank you for sharing your recipes ha. i love to cook too….at kumain!

  12. Gemma

    This a very simple recipe yet it taste very delicious. As soon as I read this recipe I went to my kitchen and tried this one. It was very yummy. I missed chorizo so much. Too bad I can’t find it here in my place.

    Thank for posting this recipe. Atleast, it made me feel that I was in cebu for awhile.

  13. Kaye Barrios

    I will definitely try this,since i’ve made the ilocos or garlic version already. Is there any substitute for the worcestershire sauce,and can i use chicken instead of ground pork?

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