- Argentinian style sausage
- Mild, unique pimentón flavor
- Delicious grilled or sauteed
- USDA inspected
- Size - 1 lb/460 g - 4 links
Chorizos are the main appetizer on a traditional 'asado' or Argentinian barbecue. Enjoyed in a sandwich called 'choripan' (chorizo on bread), they are second only to steak in Argentina.
Pork, pimentón (paprika), fresh garlic and a touch of wine are the recipe used for these Argentinian style chorizos. The characteristic flavor of pimentón harvested in the valleys of the Andes Mountains infuses these juicy and flavorful chorizos.
Great on the grill or pan sauteed, these chorizos can be enjoyed with bread, salad and potatoes or on their own. For a more authentic Argentinian experience, pour 'chimichurri' on the chorizos while they are cooking.
Pork, water, curing salt (salt, sugar, dextrose, sodium nitrite), garlic, spices, sodium erythorbate.
Serving size, 1 link (114g). Servings per container 4. Calories 360, calories from fat 260. Total fat 31g (47%), sat. fat 10g (48%), cholesterol 65mg (21%), sodium 740mg (31%), total carbs 3g (1%), fiber 0%, sugars 0g, protein 17g. Vitamin A 0%, Vitamin C 0%, calcium 0%, iron 8%. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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"Yummy!!!!!very good flavor."
"Great taste, just like made in Argentina. Will definitely keep buying them and highly recommend them as well as the morcilla. Cheers :)"