2 years ago1,000+ Views

Chorizo are goooooood. They are seasoned pork sausages that sometimes pack a lot of heat. Mmm...spicy chorizo. Many Latin American countries consider chorizo as a huge part of their traditional foods.

Chorizo is made by chopping the pork and then marinating the spices. Spanish chorizo is made with paprika -- and they can either be sweet or spicy.

While Mexican chorizo is made with fresh pork, Spanish chorizo is made with smoked pork.

Chorizo must be cooked, unless you're getting the drier cured sausage which can be sliced and eaten without cooking. You can eat raw chorizo as appetizers.

My favorite way to have chorizo is grilled, or even cooked in an oven.

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@mchlyang I think Chorizo is originally Spanish
2 years ago·Reply
@mchlyang @InPlainSight I think its origins are in Spain but it's important in a lot of Latin American cuisine
2 years ago·Reply
@alywoah Ahh I see. Well its really good!
2 years ago·Reply
none of you are Mexican are you, there wasn't even a picture of chorizo , and chorizo dose have to be cooked , all of this is just different sausages
2 years ago·Reply
@JrGrimes chorizo isn't just a Mexican thing by the way...and it actually originated from Spain...
2 years ago·Reply