100 Replies to “How to Make Vegan Filipino Longganisa Sausages

  1. I am half Filipino, raised mostly in the US. I mother is from Southern Leyte. She never made this. Thank you for teaching about Filipino foods made Vegan. I am encouraged to learn Filipino food from you.

  2. I like your Chanel I'm a vegan and gluten and wheat allergic so I I eat mainly plant based. I like how you used mushroom as a meat substitute even though I don't crave for meat since I went vegan last 2010:)

  3. I've been searching for a channel that gives vegan recipe for Filipinos, akala ko hindi ako makakahanap. Thank you for your recipes, ma'am! 🙂

  4. OMG! Yum Yum …… that was one of the food I missed when I went vegan. Your the only Filipino channel I know or at least I found. I just went shopping, stocking up on vegan ingredients for some recipes, looks like I'll be going back to shopping tomorrow, hahaha …….. I sure hope they have the coconut vinegar. Thank you so much!!! 🙂

  5. Hello, what do you suggest to substitute for pine nuts? I find them to be expensive here in the Philippines.

  6. I just found your channel and I'm so glad I did! I tried to do a longsilog mukbang (eating show) for my channel but I have lost the taste for meat since over a year ago. I try to reintroduce myself to eating meat, as I tried with the longganisa, but I felt sick to my stomach afterwards. Thank you for the recipe!

  7. Just found your channel and subbed! I grew up eating Filipino food thanks to having a Filipino stepdad. I've been vegan for a year & a half and just am now getting into trying other cultures of vegan food. It's been so fun! So happy you are here on you tube!!🤗

  8. I'm curious, are breadcrumbs considered vegan. I'm new to the whole veganism lifestyle, so I wonder if this is ok to use bread crumbs for cooking vegan meals?

  9. In the video, you added breadcrumbs after marinating. But on the website, it says to add it beforehand. Which is correct? Please answer A.S.A.P. as I am making this right now as i type this! 😊😊

  10. wow. thanks for these recipes! I really don't like mushrooms but I will try to make vegan longganisa! I hope I will like it. This encourages me to go Vegan. Maraming salamat ate.

  11. great channel i am married to Filipina wife so help me make great ideas health time rather eat to much red meat pick meatless meal

  12. Yey!!! I just subscribed to your channel! I've been vegan for 2 years now, and I grew up in the Philippines, so I felt sad thinking that I could never eat most of my favorite Filipino foods again after becoming vegan. You've changed EVERYTHING! Thank you SO SO much!!!! <3 <3 <3 <3

  13. where have you been in my life!!!

    I have a recipe for you. for VEGAN/Gluten free beef steak.
    portabella mushrooms
    liquid ammino
    sliced onions
    coconut oil
    lemon juice
    ground pepper

    marinate mushroom in liquid ammino and lemon juice. for 30 mins.
    slice onions then caramelized onion.
    take mushroom out from marinate and reserve it(will use later) then pat mushroom dry, then seasoned with pepper
    heat up coconut oil then fry mushroom on both side
    pour in the marinate, cook till hot.

    serve with steam rice and steam veggies.

    Hope you like it

  14. Daghang salamat! It's hard to veganize Filipino food, considering the cuisine heavily revolves around meat.. 😅 I can't wait to try this!

  15. Been vegan for 5 yrs now, and i'm missing longsilog and the Philippines. I'm definitely gonna try this. I appreciate this so much. Thank you. ❤️

  16. you're absolutely gorgeous and I'm a new and excited subscriber! I'm half Filipino half American and dating an American born Korean. while I've learned to make veggie Korean food, I need to learn how to make veggie Filipino now. I really owe it to my culture and heritage. I'm glad I found your channel. Salamat po!!

  17. I haven't had longganisa in over 15 years; now that I'm vegan, I've been craving it. I cannot wait to try this out!

  18. new subscriber here! I just turned vegan last week and im so happy I found your channel! looking forward for more filipono vegan recipes!! 💓

  19. I'm half filipino and went vegan about a year ago and am so pleasantly surprised by how many vegan filipino recipes there are online! I've already made lumpia, sio pao, and gonna make my favorite ever, LUGAW!! I love that bibingka is already vegan 🙂

  20. Im really happy to see your youtube, im a new subscriber, I searched for it because of Yeng's video learned she's a vegan.
    I need to learn how I can shift to vegan. Thank you.

  21. nice recipe 🙂 please see my super quick vegan recipe, I hope you like it! It goes well with pasta and any veggies https://youtu.be/1HL9y8kh-aE

  22. Just made these! They are good! A bit too sweet for my tastes, but I'll simply add less sugar next time.

  23. I've been looking for a vegan filipino recipes. So happy to found your channel! 🙂 Godbless. More yummy filipino vegan food to come 🙂

  24. i'm filipino and recently stopped eating meat. i have been missing filipino food so much. i'm glad i found your channel!!

  25. 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 🙂

  26. 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!

  27. 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!

  28. 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.

  29. I'm so thankful for your recipes!! When I went vegan I thought I have to kiss goodbye filipino food, now you've solved all the problems. Thanks to you <3

  30. Looks delicious. I wonder if we can use this method for other types of vegan sausages… I don't want to use seitan.

  31. what i learned from this channel: it is easy to go vegan if A. you live in the US B. you have the extra cash to buy expensive mushrooms.

  32. Thank you for sharing this. I'm a Filipino and I'm on my way to become vegetarian and probably in the future, become vegan.

  33. 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!

  34. 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.

  35. Hi thank you so much for sharing this recipe! I am wanting to make this but want to know if the mushrooms get chewy when cooked? Does the texture come out okay?

  36. The problem with this recipe is that it uses expensive non locally available materials. How can you promote vegetarianism in the Philippines if you can't even upload not costly vegetarian food?

  37. I never thought of adding mushrooms to my veggie sausages before. It added a really nice chew and earthy flavoring.

  38. If you don't have liquid smoke, you can also use the smoke from activated charcoal. Just put the longanisa on a tray with a couple activated charcoal pieces and cover with foil. The smoke should give that authentic flavor.

  39. Just more proof that old family home or gathering traditional favorites can easily become just memories while vegan options become more plentiful and accessible. Awesome! =)

  40. Hi. I made ealier. Loved it, but its light brown in color 😅. Why is that? I tried to cook it longer but it just came out charred.

  41. Could you bake these instead of frying them? Like wrap them in parchment and place them on a baking sheet and then the oven for thirty or so minutes. Just curious. I’m not a big fan of frying things.

  42. I think it needs some sort of finishing vegan sauce. Bc I usually put the longanesa juices/fat dripping sauce on the rice.

  43. Luckily, my recommendations suggested your channel, and I was surprise to know that Filipinos can be vegan too, hoping that you gain views and inspire others too (like me) to eat healthier, GOD BLESS.

  44. Recipe is great for me except for frying in coconut oil. The coconut flavor is too strong and changes the taste of the longanisa spices.

  45. I didn’t think it was possible to have tasty vegan Filipino food. So glad I found you — I plan to make this!

  46. New subscriber here! Is it ok to not add the brown sugar and maple syrup? We prefer garlicky savory longganisa.

  47. I don't understand why "vegans" would ever use liquid smoke. Don't forget to even read the ingredient contents in the labels ;). But awesome to see that there's a hand-made non-meat version of longanisa. Will definitely try this out

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *