Using the instant pancit canton noodles, this quick breakfast solution was made with some vegies and LONGANIZA.
In the Philippines, Longganisa refers to sausages flavoured with indigenous spices, with each region having its own specialty. Among others, Lucban is known for its garlic-laden longanizas (derecado, “spiced”); Guagua for its salty, almost sour, variety. Longganisang hamonado (from the Spanish: longaniza jamonada), by contrast, is known for its distinctively sweet taste.
Unlike Spanish chorizo, Filipino longganisa can also be made of chicken, beef, or even tuna. Commercial varieties are made into links, but homemade sausages may be simple patties.