Mexican Chorizo Dishes
Chorizo, a spicy, Spanish pork sausage, is a great accent in Mexican recipes. From quesadillas to Mexican-style pizzas, there are plenty places for chorizo to spice up a meal.
These super fast quesadillas can be grilled and used as an appetizer or main dish.
Chorizo sausage is a popular ingredient in both Spanish and Mexican cooking. Use a Spanish wine such as Rioja for these open-faced sandwiches.
Chorizo is a fresh sausage that can be mild or spicy-hot. It can be found in Mexican markets or major grocery stores. This toss-together dinner in a bowl is packed with lively flavor.
Packed with chili peppers and warm spices, Mexican chorizo is the perfect substitute for beef in this unique chili. Thicker than you'd like? Simply add more chicken broth as needed to reach desired consistency.
Brazilians have been cooking up this national dish of spicy black bean stew, known as Feijoada, for more than 300 years.
A smoky touch of paprika differentiates this chicken and chorizo recipe from the gumbo crowd.
Look for highly seasoned, coarsely ground Spanish sausage and chorizo in ethnic markets and large supermarkets. Remove the casing and crumble the sausage before cooking.
Stuff your holiday turkey with a Tex-Mex stuffing. Chorizo sausage and serrano peppers add a load of spiciness to the Blue Corn Bread crumbs.
Spoon this spicy pork and bean blend over a pile of white or brown rice.
Bring a zesty flair to chunky salsa with corn and beans and Mexican shredded cheese on this mini chorizo pizza that can be ready to serve in less than 30 minutes.
Spicy shrimp and Mexican chorizo sausage team up with a medley of peppers to make a colorful filling for this fajita recipe.
Making this Cajun recipe in the slow cooker allows the flavors of the various ingredients to mingle and develop into a zestfully robust meal.