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Unread 02-14-2014, 03:29 PM   #1
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Default How to eat Chorizo sausage dogs???

I bought a few Chorizo bun size sausages at the butcher shop. What would be the best way to serve them? They are already fully cooked. Just grill and serve. I was thinking I would serve on a bun and add taco sauce, cheese, lettuce, peppers and sour cream for toppings.

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Chorizo is such a wide genre of sausage... spanish, mexican, portuguese, argetine? If it's mexican chop it up into tacos, it will be too strong to just eat as a sausage sandwhich. If it's spanish, slice it as part of a charcuterie plate or on some pizza. Argentine or Portuguese should be grilled then put on crispy piece of french bread with some Chimi-churri... look up a recipe, it's amazing.
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I bought a few Chorizo bun size sausages at the butcher shop. What would be the best way to serve them? They are already fully cooked. Just grill and serve. I was thinking I would serve on a bun and add taco sauce, cheese, lettuce, peppers and sour cream for toppings.

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Is it spanish chorizo or mexican? I have never seen mexican chorizo sold already cooked from a butchers shop.
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Is it spanish chorizo or mexican? I have never seen mexican chorizo sold already cooked from a butchers shop.
Good point... although in my neck of the woods, I wouldn't be suprised
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Good point... although in my neck of the woods, I wouldn't be suprised
I'd sacrifice one for testing. I've had some chorizo that had enough grease that the first bite could get a little exciting served straight off the grill.
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I am not big on meat on bread/buns, so I do pretty much any sausage plain or with some Slawsa on the side.
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They said it was Mexican sausage.
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They said it was Mexican sausage.
Does it have a casing? If so, I'd remove it and heat up the meat, add it to some corn tortillas and make tacos. It really is good stuff.
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Diced in with onions, peppers, tomatoes and scrambled eggs.
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Wrapped in bacon, grilled, then onto a Mexican bollilo roll, with mayo, poco de gallo and lettuce & cabbage slaw
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Just look up Mexican style or Sonoran style hot dogs, so good
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Grilled and then wrapped in a flour tortilla with cheese and pico de gallo or salsa...
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Diced in with onions, peppers, tomatoes and scrambled eggs.

This. In some fresh made tortillas.
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I just made a chorizo & cheese burrito yesterday. Garnished with chopped up tomato, onion & cilantro.. few drops of concentrated lime juice and a few drops of Tapatio.. mmm mm mmm.

Fry up the chorizo like you would ground beef for a beef taco. It should of came fresh.

I actually have a jar of chorizo spices premade that I mix into ground pork.. can do this on the fly.. I just weigh the pork and multiply the grams by 10.2% then add that many grams in chorizo spices. Then add like 6.2% in apple cider vinegar and 3.5% in water. Doing the same for my breakfast sausage and hot italian sausages (i.e. big jar of the spices premade).. makes it so much easier.
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