- USDA inspected
- All natural, no nitrates or nitrites added!
- Dry-cured, no refrigeration required
- Distinct smoky flavor
- Size - 5 x 7.9 oz/240g (2.5 pounds)
Palacios was the first authentic Spanish chorizo available in the United States. Most other chorizos, good as they are, are made in the USA with Spanish ingredients.
Palacios mild chorizo is made from a generations-old recipe by a family owned company in La Rioja. This 5-pack gives you plenty of mild delicious pork sausage for a party or family gathering. It is seasoned with pimentón dulce (sweet smoked Spanish paprika). It is a mild blend of the distinctive smoked paprika, pimentón de la Vera, which sets Spanish chorizo apart from sausages of any other country. These Palacios chorizos are all natural, fully dry-cured and ready to eat with your favorite cheese and wine, or even just a chunk of crusty bread. About 1 inch thick.
Pork, paprika, salt and garlic. All Natural. No preservatives. No artificial colors. Minimally processed. USDA inspected.
Serving size 1 oz (28g). Servings per container varied. Calories 140, from fat 108, Total fat 12g (18%), saturated fat 4g (20%), cholesterol 20mg (7%), sodium 340mg (14%), Total carbohydrates 0g, Protein 7g. Vitamin A and C 0%, calcium 2%, iron 6%. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
All information listed on our website, including nutrient content information, ingredient lists, and information relating to health claims is for informational purposes only and not provided as medical advice. You should carefully read all information in the actual product packaging and labels, including for food allergen, nutrient content and qualified health claims before using or consuming a product. La Tienda does not assume any liability for inaccuracies or misstatements about products.
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"Great service , product as expected, "
Dave - Teaneck, NJ March 2019
"Excellent chorizo, great flavor, perfectly cured for small bocadillos getting the flavor of the pimiento over the baguette bread when cut in slides."
Antonio - San Diego, CA March 2019
"your chorizo is always the best"
joelle - Manahawkin, NJ November 2018
Tomas - Nashua, NH September 2018
"It exceeded my expectations."
Paul - Fort Lauderdale, FL November 2016
"Good quality. Good price!"
Cecilia - Arlington, VA May 2015
enrique - cleveland, OH March 2015
VICTORIA - WEST PALM BEACH, FL February 2015
"Haven't been to Spain in 30 years. It was like being home again. The taste I remember!"
Mark - Bristol, PA February 2015
"Terrific flavor high quality cured sausage! Rustic ground so expect some chew but worth every cent :)"
PHILLIP - Pewee Valley, KY November 2014
"I stock up on them all the time, I feel inadequate without them in my stock."
Amalia - Richmond, British Columbia June 2014
Jose - Lockport, IL April 2013
Anna - Corpus Christi, TX April 2013
"These are really good for slicing up and eating. Not the best chorizo I have ever had but still really good."
Maria - Colorado Springs, CO March 2013
"These chorizos are very good. There were a couple in the "sampler" that tasted even better. Good product!!"
Jorge - Oakland, California January 2013
"We found what we have been looking for after moving to Canada. This is a new family favorite and will definitely re-order. Thanks."
Annie - Toronto, Ontario January 2013
"I love spanish chorizos. All of them!"
Maria - Pittsburg, California January 2013
"We always keep these in the house to serve as tapas when friends & family come around. They're great with our sidra casera!"
Kady - Terra Bella, California January 2013
Diego - Lethbridge, Alberta August 2012
Erin - January 2012
"Delicious! I completely forgot the flavor of Sausages from Spain. We love the Palacios chorizos. We highly recommend them! The taste is delicious."
Noris - December 2011
"I order a large quantity of this because I want to use it in everything. It is so good"
Deborah - December 2010
"True Spanish style chorizo - great"
Paul - November 2010