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Nana's Chorizo

Chorizo like Grandma Nana used to make. When I was a kid we went camping a lot, and my mom always made Chorizo and Eggs for Sunday breakfast. And I still make it a lot. Nana's chorizo always tasted a little vinegary, so that's the one cup option.

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  • In a large bowl, mix all ingredients thoroughly.
  • Refrigerate overnight, or longer.
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"Chorizo like Grandma Nana used to make. When I was a kid we went camping a lot, and my mom always made Chorizo and Eggs for Sunday breakfast. And I still make it a lot. Nana's chorizo always tasted a little vinegary, so that's the one cup option."
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  1. Ginny Sue
    I love chorizo, but always wonder what exactly is in it. I'm so glad I found this recipe - now I can make it from scratch and not worry about what I'm getting. I used 1/2 cup of vinegar as suggested but felt it could use a little more moisture. Maybe next time I'll add a half cup of beer and see how that works. I mixed this with my hands to make sure it was well-mixed, which turned my hands orange (but it washed off with a little scrubbing). The flavor of this was right on - exactly what chorizo should taste like. This makes a lot so I froze half of it for future use.
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  2. Michael Boyd
    Chorizo like Grandma Nana used to make. When I was a kid we went camping a lot, and my mom always made Chorizo and Eggs for Sunday breakfast. And I still make it a lot. Nana's chorizo always tasted a little vinegary, so that's the one cup option.
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