In the Philippines, Spain meets China in the kitchen!
Filipino Longganisa comes from the Spanish Sausage Longaniza, often mistaken with Chorizo.
Longganisa Sausage is typically served with eggs and fried rice for breakfast.
The sweet and sour taste calls for a rich white or a fruity and light red wine. Some residual sugar will help to match the sweet ingredients.
Pork meat also pairs well with rosé and bubbles.
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