- All natural, no nitrates or nitrites added
- Sweet smoky flavor, USDA approved
- Dry-cured and ready to eat!
- Size - 2 x 6.5 oz/185 gr (4 Pieces)
These delicious pork sausages are seasoned with sweet smoked Spanish paprika -- pimentón dulce. It is the mildest of the distinctive smoked paprikas that set Spanish chorizo apart from sausages from any other country.
These chorizos are fully dry-cured and ready to eat with your favorite cheese and wine, or a chunk of crusty bread. You get 4 links, each 2 to 3 inches long.
Pork, paprika, salt, garlic, and pork's natural casing. All natural. No Preservtives. No artificial colors. MSG Free.
Mini cz-16A: Serving size, 1oz. (28g) Servings per container, 7. Calories 140, calories from fat 110. Total fat 12g (18%), saturated fat 4g (2%), trans fat 0g (0%), cholesterol 20mg (7%), Sodium 465mg (19%), total carbs 0g (0%), dietary fiber 0g (0%), sugars 0g, protein 7g. Vitamin A 0%, Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 2%, Iron 8%. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Average Customer Rating: 5 out of 5 based on 15 reviews
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JUAN FOUCES - HENDERSON
Amalia Estrella - Richmond
Jesus Gonzalez - Banks
W N Hashimoto - Berkeley
"ordered these for the second time and took some to southern California for a business party; my colleagues thought they were a blast; I sliced and encased an entire package of links in foil; cooked up great on the grill. "
Michael Murphy - Needham
"Very nice flavor and texture."
MARIA BOECKEL - SAINT PETERSBURG
Lisa Pyzel - Concord
"these make great appetizers"
SILVIA ALVARADO - CARMEL
frank rueda - floral park
MORGAN ROCKS - Las Cruces
patti broad - west Hartford
"very satisfying and l really like the size of each piece and the packaging. please keep this in your catalog and in stock"
Terry Roberts - Farmington
"One of our favorites"
Kathy - Chapel Hill, North Carolina
alice b - Middleton, Wisconsin
"Used on pizza instead of pepperoni. Rich, greasy, tasty, thoroughly enjoyable."
"It's very good. But I would have liked it just a tad bit sweet. It reminded me of our Pampanga Longanisa in the Philippines. YUm! Of course! we got it from the Spaniards."