Monday, July 31, 2017

Leftover Pinoy Longganisa Pasta

I must admit, I'm a sucker for Longganisa and if ever we have leftovers, I immediately set aside a few pieces for a pasta recipe. My love for it rooted way way back when I was still in elementary school. My parents used to make them and I was able to make a commission by selling a few kilos to my teachers. Whatever was left were cooked for lunch or dinner. I never got tired of it and when I went to high school, I have it once a week. I learn that it tastes good when you dip it in garlic-vinegar dipping sauce and the oil in which the longganisa was cooked were good as topping on the rice. Longganisa became one of my ultimate comfort food. 

Leftover Longganisa
Pamplona Sausage
Dried Shrimp
Bell Pepper
Olive oil
White Onion
Salt, Sugar and Ground Pepper to taste

Cook pasta according to package direction. Drain. Set aside. Heat oil then sauté garlic and onion for about 1-2 minutes. Add chorizo pamplona, dried shrimp and longganisa. Cook until it changes its color. Add tomato and bell pepper. Cook until tender. Season with pepper, sugar and salt. Cook for another 3 minutes. Serve immediately. 


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