Sweet and Spicy Chinese Sausage

Accoring to wikipedia, Chinese Sausage is a generic term referring to the many different types of sausages originating in China. It is commonly known by its Cantonese name ” Lap Cheong” or ” Lap Chong”. There are different kinds ranging from those made using fresh pork to those made using pig livers, duck livers and even turkey livers. Usually a livery sausage will be darker in colour than one made without liver. Recently, there have even been countries producing chicken Chinese sausages.


Sweet and Spicy Chinese Sausage

Chinese Sausage are generally available in Asian supermarkets outside Asia mostly in a vacuum-packaged from though some chinese groceries sell the unpacked varieties as well. Sweet and spicy chinese sausage is one of my grandmother receipes. Since primary school, I learned how to cook and helped her when she cooked. She love to cook chinese sausage with fried egg together.

Sweet and spicy chinese sausage (serves for 1 – 2 pax)

Preparation Time: 5 Minutes | Cooking Time: 20 – 30 minutes


1 slice of chinese sausage

1 red chilly

1 garlic

1 tea spoon of sweet soya sauce

1 tea spoon of salt

75 ml of water


Heat up the oil, add garlic and red chilly. Stir and fried till the garlic changes color. Then add in chinese sausage, 1 tea spoon of sweet soya sauce, 1 tea spoon of salt and 75 ml of water. Fried its around 25 minutes and serves hot with steam rice.


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August 2013

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