Monday, June 2, 2014

Longsilog Recipe (Longanisa Sinangag at Itlog)

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Longsilog Meal

Longsilog Recipe (Longanisa Sinangag at Itlog)


In the philippines, longganisa refers to sausages flavoured with local spices and the flavor varies from from region to region. Lucban longanisa is one of the most popular recipes, although their version is small but packed with flavors such as garlic and other spices available to the province. Filipino longanisa can also be made of chicken, beef or even tuna, but the most popular one is the pork longanisa.

Today I’m making a complete meal which is a favorite filipino breakfast dish called Longsilog, which stands for Longanisa-Sinangag-Itlog (Filipino Sausage-Fried rice-Egg).



INGREDIENTS:

2 Longanisa (sausage)
2 cups leftover rice
1 large egg
4 gloves garlic, minced
4 tbsp oil for frying
salt to taste


HOW TO COOK LONGSILOG:

1. In a pan, heat oil then fry sunny-side up egg on low fire until set. Drain and set aside.

2. In a same pan, heat oil then cook longanisa until brown. Drain and set aside.

3. Using the same pan, remove some oil and fry garlic until light brown. 

4. Add rice then season with salt. Keep stirring for 3 minutes or until well blended. Set aside.

5. Arrange longanisa (sausage) in a serving plate with fried egg and fried rice.

6. Share and enjoy. Bon appetite!



TIPS:

1. Try using a non-stick pan specially in cooking sunny-side up egg to avoid breaking the yolk.

2. Cover and boil longanisa in 2 tbsp of water to make sure it’s cooked in the inside.

3. Frying the rice where your longanisa cooked adds more flavor to your fried rice.




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