Enjoy a sweet and savory breakfast burrito like you’ve never had before! This Filipino breakfast recipe has all the flavors - sweet, savory, garlicky, and tangy. All the qualities of the most epic breakfast!
What is Longsilog?
Longsilog is a very popular Filipino breakfast that consists of sweet Filipino breakfast sausage, eggs, and garlic fried rice. It’s a Filipino breakfast staple that’s incredibly simple, yet mouthwateringly addicting!
For this recipe, we’re making a fun twist in burrito form! Sweet pork longanisa, garlicky Adobo fried rice, a rich runny egg, and refreshing diced tomatoes. It’s a perfectly balanced and filling breakfast you can take on the go!
Variations to This Filipino Breakfast Recipe
- Proteins: Using Longanisa is just the tip of the iceberg! Feel free to experiment with other proteins you know and love as well. If you’d like to experiment with other Filipino breakfast meats used in silogs, you can try corn beef, Tonico (sweet marinaded meat), or milkfish.
- Fried Rice: Adobo fried rice is a fun twist on classic fried rice! You can swap this out with any of your favorite fried rice, but I highly recommend using lots of garlic to pack tons of flavor.
Let's Get Cooking!
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Longanisa with Adobo Fried Rice Burrito
- 1 cup cold rice
- 5 garlic cloves minced, optional
- 4 longanisa sausage diced
- 2 eggs
- 2 large tortillas
- ¼ cup white vinegar
- ¼ teaspoon ground black pepper
- 1 tomato diced
Make Adobo Sauce*
- (If you have leftover adobo, skip this step.) Heat a large pan, on medium-high heat. Add a little oil then add garlic and onions. Saute for a few seconds until they’re soft and fragrant.
- Pour in the remaining adobo sauce ingredients. Reduce the heat to medium-low and simmer uncovered for 5 - 10 minutes without stirring. Once the sauce has slightly thickened and there isn’t a sharp vinegar tasted, remove bay leaves.
Make Adobo Fried Rice
- Increase the heat to medium-high then add in the cold rice. Stir fry for a couple of minutes or until all of the sauce is absorbed into the rice.
- This step is optional but recommended if you love garlic! Push the rice off to the side of the pan, add a little more oil, then add minced garlic. Cook in the oil for a couple of seconds until they’re soft and fragrant. Combine with the rest of the rice then remove the rice and set aside.
Prepare Remaining Ingredients
- Add about a tablespoon of oil to the pan then add the longanisa sausage. Cook for 5 - 7 minutes, or until cooked through. Remove and set aside.
- Add a little more oil to the pan if needed then crack the eggs. Cook to your liking (over easy, medium, etc.) then set aside.
- In a small bowl, mix together vinegar & black pepper. Set aside.
- Heat tortillas until they’re soft and flexible. Lay them on a clean dry surface to assemble your breakfast burrito.
Assemble Your Burrito
- Begin layering your burrito starting with the adobo fried rice, then the loganisa, eggs, and diced tomatoes. Keep about 2 inches of space on from the edge of the tortilla.
- Roll the burrito by bringing the bottom end of the tortilla over the filling, then snuggly tuck it under the filling. Bring the sides of the tortilla to the center, then roll to the top.
- Serve with peppered vinegar on the side. Enjoy by drizzling a little of the peppered vinegar onto the burrito between bites!
- Adobo Sauce: If you have leftover adobo, you can skip the first step of making the sauce and use the sauce from your leftovers - even easier!
- Rice: Cold leftover rice is ideal because it absorbs liquid much easier than freshly cooked rice. Long grain rice creates flakey restaurant-style fried rice. Avoid sweet, sushi, or glutinous rice because they become stickier and clump.
Exact calculations may vary. For the most accurate nutritional information, use your preferred nutrition calculator, actual ingredients, and quantities used for the recipe. Please consult with your physician or registered dietitian if more precise nutrition calculations are needed for health reasons.