Another popular Filipino breakfast, Longsilog – Longganisa matched with sunny side up egg and fried rice. Longaniza is a Spanish sausage similar to a chorizo and also closely associated with the Portuguese linguiça. Filipino longganisa can also be made of chicken, beef, or even tuna. This is one way of preserving meat, Nowadays, making longganisa uses a lot of preservatives and artificial flavorings, and that makes eatchakan unique as they uses self-manufactured longganisa that uses the classic style with less preservative but the taste was preserved as well . is Best served with tomato catsup or vinegar.