Garlic Longganisa

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Are you a fan of garlicky longganisa? Prime garlic longganisa from Tenderbites is the way to go! Cook these meaty and savory Pinoy sausages for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Garlic Longganisa

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Our garlic longganisa cuts are packed with flavor. They are made with ingredients like paprika, brown sugar, garlic, salt, and pepper for a balanced flavor. Enjoy these tasty cuts in longsilog, or serve them with vinegar or atchara.

Feast on restaurant-style garlic longganisa at home. Grab these premium cuts from Tenderbites today!

  • Packed how you want it.
  • Any cut, any request.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

How do people prepare garlic longganisa?
Filipinos have different ways of preparing garlic longganisa. For instance, sausage-makers can add or reduce the garlic in their sausages. Many cooks experiment with flavors as well. They use various spices until their longganisa tastes just right, giving diners a wide variety of tastes and textures to savor.
How do I cook garlic longganisa?
Place your sausages in a pan and pour around ½ to 1 cup of water over the meat. The water should fill nearly half of your frying pan.
Next, simmer the sausages over medium to low heat. Do this step for around 10 minutes or until the water evaporates. Then, prick your longganisa with a fork and fry it in fat. Cook for three to five minutes until the longganisa has properly caramelized.
What are the spices can cooks use for garlic longganisa?
Garlic longganisa usually contains paprika. But other varieties of this cut can use achuete powder (food coloring from achiote seeds), soy sauce, anise, or oregano.
How do I store garlic longganisa?
When refrigerating longganisa, store it in the coldest part of the refrigerator or meat bin. Cover the sausage in a freezer-safe wrap, then freeze the meat at or below 0°F. Also remember to handle garlic longganisa with clean and dry hands.

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