You don’t need to shape it or put in in a casing, you can definitely enjoy longganisa without its usual shape. Longganisang Hubad is a type of Longganisa that is not shaped as a sausage nor enclosed in a casing, it’s just minced meat seasoned with the usual longganisa seasoning and spices.
If you are craving for some longganisa and you are in a place where you can’t buy one and make one, this recipe will be your saviour. Without the need for casing and even shaping them into sausage shapes, this is the easiest longganisa you will ever make. It’s exactly the same thing, taste and everything but not presented in the usual manner you know longganisa for, cooked like the usual giniling, it takes the burden of preparation, all you need to do is mix and cook, perfect for those who don’t have enough time to make breakfast.
Love how easy this Longganisang is to make! And I’ve got annatto powder on hand — can’t wait to give it a try!
Oh wow, this look scrumptious!!!
I really appreciate that you don’t have to have sausage casings to make this! It sounds really good, and a great breakfast food!
Looks good! If it tastes like sausages, I’d like it for sure.
Sign me right up for this! It’s so easy to make and I would love this for breakfast. What a great start to the day!
That looks like a fantastic breakfast, the Longganisang Hubad looks delicious and flavourful. I often make a Mexican chorizo that i freeze in little patties but cook it loosely.