5 Reviews

I followed your recipe and instruction, I did not deviate on any matter. But there was no linguisa taste to me or my 87 year old uncle, who is from Fall River Mass, and his parents were Immigrants from Sao Miguel in the Azores, and we know well Linguisa, and it's unique taste. Niether one of us tasted even a slight hint that would suggest linguisa? It just tasted like a standard breakfast sausage, minus the sage and with more garlic and salt. could you review your recipe and see if something is incorrect on the quantity of ingredients or in the procedure to prepare the Linguisa?

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eddonnell March 05, 2015

Yum! I don't think that I've ever had linguica before but will definitely have it again. This is so super simple and tasty. I grilled these up with some chicken wings for watching football today and they were gone in a flash. Wish I'd made more. Thanks Chocolatl for a great keeper and introducing me to a brand new treat. Made for Culinary Quest 2014.

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lazyme September 15, 2014

This was so yummy!! I used some linguica and some kielbasa (kielbasa was my fav) and I served it in buns as a main dish!

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Charmie777 April 03, 2012

What a great idea! I used regular smoked sweets for the sausage and cojito cheese. These were really really good. Made for ZWT 7.

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threeovens June 02, 2011

This was so easy to make and delicious. I used smoked turkey sausages. I didn't want to grill, so I broiled the sausages and then added a mixed of jack and cheddar cheeses. They came out crispy on the outside and very tasty with the cheese on top. A great quick-fix for dinner. Made for ZWT7 - Central/South America for the Hot Pink Ladies!

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FloridaNative May 25, 2011
Linguica Con Queso (Cheese-Grilled Sausage)