- Made with free-range pork
- Great for grilling or paella
- Basque-style sausage
- Traditional recipe
- Traditionally eaten with eggs
- Size - 12 oz/340 g - About 11 links
Chistorra is a delicious, smoky cooking sausage originally from the Basque Country. Seasoned with smoked pimentón de La Vera paprika and fresh garlic, this super thin chorizo has a juicy, meaty flavor and a crisp bite. Traditionally it is cooked and served with eggs, but it is also great on the grill, or cut into bite sized pieces and served like a cocktail sausage.
Our artisan quality chistorra tastes like an old fashioned sausage from Spain. Made from free-range pork and flavored with fresh garlic, smoked paprika, wine vinegar and sea salt, it is packed in a natural casing.
Enjoy the traditional flavor of the Basque Country with this delicious chistorra sausage!
Each package contains approximately 11 chistorra links. U.S. made from a Spanish recipe. Imported chistorra is not available at this time.
Pork, sweet paprika, salt, sherry, garlic, spicy paprika, sugar, nonfat milk powder, white pepper, oregano, cloves and sodium nitrite in lamb casing. No Preservatives. Gluten Free
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 6 reviews Write a review
"Distinctive and delicious. "
Amy - Bloomington, IN - Jan 5, 2015
"haven't tried it yet but it looks and smells good."
Halfen Hoyt - Oak Ridge, TN - Dec 28, 2014
"Just like in Spain"
Nancy L - Lower Waterford, VT - Dec 10, 2014
"Made a delicious soup with this chorizo. Cut it into bite sized pieces, fried up with onions, celery, and garlic, a little beef, garbanzos, potatoes, kale, bay leaf in beef stock. Yum! "
M Teresa de la Vega - Potsdam, NY - Jul 13, 2014
"very tasty grilled. with a hint of apple or some other crunchy vegetable (what it is?) our kids loved it."
Miguel Herce - Brookline, MA - Mar 18, 2013
"the chistorra is good and the portion is good to."
Eva - Purcellville, Virginia - Jul 9, 2012