Through the years, Filipinos have had a gustatory love affair with the longaniza, our version of the Spanish sausage or chorizo. Various regions of our country have their interpretations of this very interesting sausage. Ground pork, vinegar, soy sauce, sugar, salt, garlic, and of course, the ubiquitous sausage casings! Truly, the longaniza is, and has always been, the Filipino’s handy meal-in-a-tube.
Now, Pampanga’s Best brings you its own interpretations of this classic Filipino dish in ready-to-cook formats. We now present the most delectable and longest longaniza line in the Philippines:
- Pampanga Longaniza– this is a tastier, meatier version of the old favorite.
- Chicken Longaniza– this is longaniza for the health buff, as it is made from the white meat of chicken mixed with the perfect blend of sweetish saltiness.
- Hamonado Longaniza– this is a sweet sausage that tastes like Christmas morning -- with just the right hint of Chinese ham or Jamon Serrano with every bite.
- Native Longaniza– this is a short sausage with caramelized sugar for that slight sweetish taste, with a dash of sour vinegar, garlic and spice at the end.
- Skinless Longaniza– with this untraditional sausage, each bite starts sweet and then ends with a spicy kick .
- Chorizo Macao– this is Pampanga’s Best’s version of the classic Spanish sausage, the chorizo.
Delicious, Any Way You Serve It
With this untraditional sausage, each bite starts sweet and then ends with a spicy kick -- definitely not your lola's longaniza. A familiar yet distinctive taste in a new format, this longaniza can be eaten fried or grilled, alone or as a viand, in a sandwich or with rice, mixed as an ingredient in a dish or as the dish itself. It's as versatile as the modern city slicker!
Net Weights Availabe: 430g, 225g
Complete Your Breakfast Feast
This is a short sausage with caramelized sugar for that slight sweetish taste, with a dash of sour vinegar, garlic and spice at the end. Pampanga's Best's special flavoring gives this product a unique taste. Take it with sinangag, fried eggs and hot coffee and you have the perfect recipe for a hearty Pinoy breakfast!
Net Weights Availabe: 450g, 420g, 225g
Savor the Taste of Holiday Mornings!
This is a sweet sausage that tastes like Christmas morning -- with just the right hint of Chinese ham or Jamon Serrano with every bite. People have described this product as tasting like wine, and they are right. It does have that tangy, springy taste to it, much like sipping fine wine. Taste it to believe it!