Pork Chorizo Sausage


Pork Chorizo Sausage is a highly seasoned chopped or ground pork sausage used in Spanish and Mexican cuisine. Mexican chorizo is made with raw, uncooked pork, while the Spanish version is usually made of smoked pork. Chorizo is spicy. The Mexican version is typically seasoned with vinegar and chile peppers. Spanish chorizo is made with garlic and Spanish smoked paprika – which can be either sweet or hot. Great for  chili, tacos and pasta dishes – it’s one of our favorite sausage flavors!

Pork is a great source of such vitamins and minerals as phosphorus, selenium, and thiamine. Pork is actually richer in thiamine, a B vitamin that is necessary for a range of bodily functions, than other red meats such as beef and lamb.

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