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Types of Chorizo

Andouille
Andouille

Chorizo is all meat and spices, whereas andouille sometimes has fillers such as potato or rice (there are 100 different 200 year old recipes for andouille and every one is "authentic"). They both are a cured spicy sausage that are more alike than different.

Bloedworst
Bloedworst

29 Chorizo Recipes Because It Makes Everything Taste Better We love chorizo, and these 29 recipes prove it.

Bratwurst
Bratwurst

Spanish Chorizo. Spanish chorizo is a cured, or hard, sausage made from coarsely chopped pork. The red color of Spanish chorizo is due to the heavy amounts of paprika in the spice mix. Depending on the type of paprika used, Spanish chorizo can be either spicy or sweet.

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Chipolata
Chipolata

The French Grocer displays a great variety of homemade: Merguez, Chipolata, Chorizo, Hot-Dog, Beerknacker, Weisswurst, Arabiki, Chicken & Cheese sausages.

Chorizo
Chorizo

Chorizo con huevos is a popular breakfast dish in Mexico and areas of the United States with Mexican populations. It is made by mixing fried chorizo with scrambled eggs. Chorizo con huevos is often used in breakfast burritos, tacos, and taquitos. Another popular Mexican recipe is fried chorizo combined with pinto or black refried beans.

Currywurst
Currywurst

Once oil is hot, add the chorizo and cook, stirring occasionally and breaking up the meat, for 5-7 minutes. Take the chorizo out of the pan …

Hot Dogs (Or Hotdogs)
Hot Dogs (Or Hotdogs)

Choripanes or chorizo style hot dogs make a great appetizer or bite to snack while you are waiting for the main meal to be ready on the grill. …

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Italian Sausage
Italian Sausage

Italian sausage most often refers to a style of pork or turkey sausage noted for being seasoned with fennel or anise as the primary seasoning. Chorizo on the other hand is usually made with native chili peppers.

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Kielbasa
Kielbasa

England has blood sausages, Poland has kielbasa, Germany has bratwurst, and Spain, well they have chorizo -- a beautiful bright red sausage packed with flavor. Spanish chorizo is typically a cured pork sausage seasoned with pimentón a.k.a. smoked paprika (the rusty red powder made from ground, smoked, dried red peppers).

Saucisson
Saucisson

Chorizo con huevos is a popular breakfast dish in Mexico and areas of the United States with Mexican populations. It is made by mixing fried chorizo with scrambled eggs. Chorizo con huevos is often used in breakfast burritos, tacos, and taquitos. Another popular Mexican recipe is fried chorizo combined with pinto or black refried beans.

Vienna Sausage
Vienna Sausage

In North America, Vienna sausage is a term that commonly describes miniature weiners that are often sold in cans. To make American-style Vienna sausage, people mix lean cuts of meat with seasonings, grind it into a paste and stuff sausage casings with the mixture.

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