How to Make Vegan Filipino Longganisa Sausages


Part 3 of Vegan Longsilog Breakfast Combo featuring vegan Filipino savory, sweet, sausages called Longganisa. For the full recipe, go to http://www.astigvegan.com

For Part 1 featuring Garlic Fried Rice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tkkm4hpiO80
Part 2 featuring Vegan Scrambled “Eggs”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lN3Md8l5WXU

I get my ingredients at Asian markets and at a vegetarian coop in San Francisco called Rainbow Grocery: http://www.rainbow.coop

As a free gift, you’ll get a FREE download of the AstigVegan Longsilog Grocery List so you’ll have a convenient guide when shopping for all three dishes (Garlic Fried Rice, Scrambled Tofu, and Vegan Sausages). Head over to http://www.astigvegan.com to get the free gift.

For ingredient substitutions and other questions about making Vegan Longganisa, check out the FAQ: https://youtu.be/HJjt6-_E99g

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20 comments

  1. YES. I’ve decided to become a vegetarian because I have gout. Let me tell you, it’s been a struggle seeing people eat langonisa in the morning because that shit is my serious favorite.

  2. I’m Filipino but vegan and am SO happy to have found your channel!!! I love Filipino food and the flavorful, rich dishes, and thought I would lose out on this cuisine. Thank you so much for sharing!

  3. I am quite old so maybe that is why I do not remember seeing longsilog when I was young. The market food I remember were rice congee with cubes of blood and choice of internal orgrans, fresh lumpia, palabok and halo halo.

  4. so glad to find you. Now, I can begin to try making/cooking some of them. I’m a strict vegan, more Plant based actually. Filipino foods are rich in fats and I have been limiting fats in my food prep. Can you incorporate some recipes, that you can cut down the fats being used? Thank You!

  5. This looks/sounds so amazing! I am making this soon 🙂 I found this recipe video via Mary’s Test Kitchen and thought to myself – hey, I know Astig Vegan!

  6. Oh my GOD! A Filipino vegan channel! THANK YOU! So happy I found you. I decided to eat all plant based but was sad I wouldn’t be able to eat Filipino food and now it’s possible, thanks to you 🙂

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