Longanisang Lucban Pasta Recipe

Longganisang Lucban is a famous sausage from Lucban, Quezon. It is typically garlicky and slightly sour in taste. A piece of the sausage is all you need for a cup of rice as it is so tasty. You can still smell this when you burp. Hehehe!

The Lucban Longganisa is typically paired with garlic rice, sunny side-up eggs and tomatoes on the side or atchara (pickled garnish famous in the Philippines), a native vinegar with garlic and pepper can be prepared as complementary condiment.

But I’ve decided to make something different. I wanted to try the processed meat of longganisang lucban for my pasta instead of using ground pork and use olive oil instead of tomato sauce.

Try this simple recipe, I know you’ll gonna love this especially if you are a longganisa lover!


  • 1/2 kg spaghetti
  • 12 pcs longanisang lucban
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • salt pepper and Parmesan to taste


  • Cook spaghetti according to the package
  • Make a horizontal cut on the longganisa, making sure that it’s just deep enough to open it flat and not slice it into half
  • Pour a cup of water into the pan, put the longanisang lucban and let simmer until it’s red oil and meat comes off the skin
  • Remove the skin when water has evaporated and fry/roast the meat using its own oil
  • When the longanisa meat is slightly roasted, add two tablespoons of olive oil and mix in the cooked pasta.
  • Add salt pepper and Parmesan to taste and serve



3 Responses to “ “Longanisang Lucban Pasta Recipe”

  1. Naalala ko tuloy ang bonggang Pahiyas trip natin last year <3

  2. dax73 says:

    ang Pa Hiyas ni Byahilo at ang rigodon ni Ada hahahahhaha

  3. Thanks for sharing this recipe. this reminded me of the pasta bicolana of 1st Colonial Grill in Legazpi City. Will try this recipe using different types of longanisa 🙂

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