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We began making our own fresh chorizo not long ago, and here's a collection of recipes in which to use it!
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141 Reviews |  By RuizA

This albondigas soup recipe was given to me from my mother-in-law. It's definitely one my favorite soups. Honestly, it's better than most restaurants that I've tried.

Recipe #107281

36 Reviews |  By Bitsie

This is a very flavorful soup that is a comfort food for my family. The recipe was given to me by my Portuguese mil over 30 yrs ago. Her mother had passed it on to her. This soup is easily stretched to make more servings. The Chorizo gives the broth a good base for adding another can of beans or more pasta or a little water. Soul warming for a cold night, serve with a warm crusty bread. A great next day soup. Freezes well.

Recipe #82886

I've made this a couple of times, to rave reviews from my family. It's really easy to make, it's tasty and hearty, and makes the shrimp go a long way.

Recipe #78024

I just love chorizo. The Spanish sausage has so much flavour and it really makes this chicken dish special. The kind to use in this dish is the raw pork sausage, not the kind that is more like a deli meat.

Recipe #55885

Absolutely flavor filled. Easy to make and economical.

Recipe #9526

Outstanding rib-sticking breakfast, lunch or dinner

Recipe #52039

13 Reviews |  By Rita~

This is easy and few ingredients with lots of flavor! You can wrap them in tortillas or serve it with tortilla chips as an appetizer. In the picture is a bowl and tortillas filled with this mixture which I also added 1 diced small tomato.

Recipe #94787

This is a simple but very filling Spanish potato and sausage stew. The chorizo and paprika give this a lovely smokey flavour, so for the best results you'll want to search out those two ingredients. Otherwise, you could add in any number of vegetables. Try corn, carrots or green peppers. The kind of chorizo to use in this dish is the raw pork sausage, not the variety that is more like a deli meat.

Recipe #48874

While driving truck over-the-road, I used to stop in Moriarty, NM. A gentleman (called BURRITO MAN') would come in the truck stop every morning with freshly made (sausage, beef, or potato) "breakfast-burritos", hot and ready to eat. Drivers loved them. Moriarty was a stop I always looked forward to! A lot of us got to know "Burrito Man". He is a very special person. Although my ver

Recipe #15517

A yummy pasta dish that is started on the cooktop and finished in the oven. The house will smell divine! The chorizo I use is a dry sausage available here tinged with lots of paprika. It is already cured and can, in fact, be eaten out of hand, much like salami.

Recipe #62206

Recipe #36630

Chorizo is a chile-garlic flavored sausage much loved in Mexico and the American Southwest, but most of the commercially-available kinds are made with beef byproducts (such as salivary glands) that don't appeal to many folks. Here's a great recipe that uses ground pork, instead. It is a fresh sausage, so cook it thoroughly. It's highly flavored, so a little goes a long way. It is convenient if it is wrapped and frozen in small packages. Chorizo can be used in many ways! For breakfast, saute it and add to scrambled eggs. Fry up some chorizo and add some beans and spices, or grits or potatoes. Add it cooked to your burrito or taco fillings. It also is good to add cooked to a red chile sauce, stew, or any other dishes you'd like to have a nice Mexican flavor.

Recipe #102566

I recently made some fresh chorizo sausage (I posted it here at RecipeZaar, too - it's a great recipe!), and this stew is the result of cooking up part of that batch. Very rich and tasty!

Recipe #102746

During my time working in Spain I have sampled quite a few paellas. I have heard that originally paella was a meal made up of leftovers. Basically you would add rice, herbs and whatever vegetables you had left from yesterday. So use this principle – choose a favourite vegetable, providing it fits in. be versatile. I've also heard, that the paellas that came from Valencia in Spain were the original ones (I guess this is subjective) and that they contained meat as opposed to seafood/shellfish which has become the norm today. Anyway, many of my friends have nearly turned down my invitation to eat paella, believing that it contained seafood. When they learn there is an alternative, they are very happily surprised and I don't know anyone who hasn't enjoyed it.

Recipe #20768

Spicy Southwestern inspired take on your typical stuffed mushroom. Can be an appetizer or even a main dish for a light supper.

Recipe #87704

5 Reviews |  By Mercy

I found this web on the net recently (I was on a Basque kick). I have not tried it out yet, but I am sucker for anything with lentils.

Recipe #97957

Commonly eaten soup in Portugal from riverford.co.uk

Recipe #97387

4 Reviews |  By Rita~

This I made with for unexpected company! A Cajun style quiche with a spicy kick and a delicate hint of crabmeat. To make as an Appetizers pour into a buttered 9x13 and bake 350 for 30 minutes and cut into small squares.This is a great travel food bring for pot luck or to a picnic.

Recipe #92753

4 Reviews |  By Rita~

My Husband and I have this in one of our favorite Portuguese restaurant. Make sure you have some Portuguese bread to dip into the yummy, salty, garlicy juices.

Recipe #95936

Captures the taste of Chile Rellenos without the hassle involved. Spicy enough to be interesting but not "hot" at all. I use just a sprinkle of cayenne, no Tabasco. The seasoning comes from the Chorizo.

Recipe #48009

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