|Alternative names||Bacolod longganisa, Chorizo de Bacolod, Bacolod chorizo, Negrense chorizo|
|Place of origin||Philippines|
|Region or state||Bacolod, Negros|
Chorizo Negrense, also known as Chorizo de Bacolod, is a Filipino smoked pork sausage originating from Bacolod City, Negros. It comes in two flavors: hamonado (sweet) and recado (garlicky). It can be prepared smoked in a casing (known as chorizo bilog), or prepared fresh without the casing (known as chorizo pudpud). It is made with ground pork, vinegar, garlic, calamansi, soy sauce, black pepper, and coarse salt. Sugar is added to the hamonado version.
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