Longganisang Lucban is a famous sausage from Lucban, Quezon. It is typically garlicky and slightly sour in taste. A piece of the sausage is all you need for a cup of rice as it is so tasty. You can still smell this when you burp. Hehehe!
The Lucban Longganisa is typically paired with garlic rice, sunny side-up eggs and tomatoes on the side or atchara (pickled garnish famous in the Philippines), a native vinegar with garlic and pepper can be prepared as complementary condiment.
But I’ve decided to make something different. I wanted to try the processed meat of longganisang lucban for my pasta instead of using ground pork and use olive oil instead of tomato sauce.
Try this simple recipe, I know you’ll gonna love this especially if you are a longganisa lover!
BONGGANG DIGHAY SA LAHAT!!