You Need To Try This Bicol Express-Stuffed Chicken Longganisa
Best paired with lots of rice, sunny side up egg, and spicy vinegar.
There are many kinds of longganisa you can find all over the Philippines, like those that come from Lucban, Vigan, Tuguegarao, Bulacan, and Cebu. But if you want to try a different type of longganisa influenced by Bicolano flavors, you should try Que Rica's new Bicol Express Longganisa.
Que Rica's Bicol Express Longganisa is a healthier alternative to the usual pork longganisa as this is stuffed with chicken meat, salted baby shrimp, coconut milk, and a bunch of aromatics that make it extra flavorful. This not-your-typical longganisa is best plated like your typical longsilog: With a mountain of fried rice and fried eggs on the side. You can even add it to your pasta sauce!
Here's how you can cook the Bicol Laing Longganisa:
Que Rica founder Rica Buenaflor is no stranger to the ins and outs of cooking Bicolano dishes. Her years promoting the region's cuisine has led to her other dishes that are inspired by flavors Bicol is most known for. If you want to try Que Rica's other items, their lineup of frozen food also includes vegetarian laing (P240) and laing longganisa (P290).
You can find Que Rica's at Gourmet Corner in Makati, Echo Store, Real Food, Providore, Friends & Family, Rustan's Department Store, and at Manila's Best cafes. You can also shop for their products online via their online shop.
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