Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Skinless Homemade Longganisa

Skinless Longganisa


  • 1 kg. ground pork with fat
  •  4 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 2 tbsp minced garlic
  • 2 tbsp worcestershire sauce or oyster sauce
  • 2 tbsp balsamic vinegar
  • 2 tbsp soy sauce
  • 2 tsp iodized salt
  • 1 tsp black pepper (freshly ground)

  1.  Mix all ingredients.
  2.  Put in a covered container and chill overnight.
  3.  Roll desired amount of the mixture into balls using your hands, roll to form log sausages.
  4. Arrange side by side each other in a container with lid or wrap in a waxed paper, keep covered and refrigerate for 3 days to cure.
Cooking Method:
  1. Boil the skinless longganisa in 1/4 cup of water, let it boil until all water evaporates leaving just the fats from the longganisa .
  2. Stir fry on its own fat for 3-5 minutes or until skin become reddish brown and caramelized.
  3. Add more oil if necessary.


  1. You recipe says "skinless", and then on the cooking stage #2 you say to cook until the skin becomes reddish brown.

    Which is it, with skin or skinless.

    1. It is skinless, that skin im talking about is the color on the outside part which is the same thing. Some longganisa uses a cellophane or something like a wrapper, this one doesnt need any wrapper

    2. have you ever saw a longganisa? traditionally, it is covered with a thin skin like pork intestine, something like chorizo... but for this recipe, no need for that "skin"! the skin she is referring to is the longganisa itself.. just use your brain dumbass! don't rely so much on what you read! think before you type! just say thank you instead for the free recipe!

  2. Hi try k s hauz gawin sn mabibili ang balsamic vinegar.

  3. Try mo in supermarkets in vinegar sections,it should be there.

  4. Hi! Would you recommend this for selling? Thanks!

  5. I've tried this several times already and my kids love it! They even prefer this than the commercially sold ones. Thank you so much for sharing.

  6. Its good when you prepare food for your family na ikaw yung gumawa kaysa bumili ng commercial one di mo alam kung ano ano mga ingredients....

  7. First: Thank you for sharing your recipe. Second: I find the rude & profane comment by Ollaam offensive & abusive.