Salchichas - Argentina Style Grilling Sausage, 2 Pounds$22.95
- Four pinwheels, natural casing
- Delicious for grilling
- Mild, seasoned with garlic
- Tasty fresh cooking sausage
- U.S. made - 1/4 inch thick
- Size - 32 oz/2 lbs
This Argentinian-style salchicha is juicy and delicious, with a nice bite that can only come from natural casings. This fresh, mild sausage has a nice garlic flavor, and is perfect for the grill. Each package holds four pinwheels of thin sausage that can be grilled whole or sliced and added to your favorite recipe.
In Argentina, salchicha is often an appetizer in a traditional Argentinian barbeque (asado). Usually eaten with bread and enjoyed as a sandwich called 'choripan' (chorizo on bread). Next to steak, sausages are the top favorite in Argentina.
Our sausage maker makes these salchichas in the U.S. from an authentic Argentinian recipe. Your chorizo will arrive cold. It can be stored in the refrigerator for up to one week or for up to 8 weeks in the freezer. Cook to an internal temperature of 160 degrees Fahrenheit.
Pork, water, curing salt (salt, sugar, dextrose, sodium nitrite), flavoring, spices, sodium erythorbate. Sheep casing used.
Serving size 1/2 link (114g). Servings per container 8. Calories 240. Total fat 12g (18%), Saturated fat 4g (19%), Trans fat 0g. Cholesterol 55mg (18%). Sodium 550mg (23%), Total carbohydrate 1g (0%), Dietary fiber 1g (2%), Sugars 0g, includes 0g added sugars. Protein 14g. Vitamin D 5mcg (0%), Calcium 200g (2%), Potassium 470mg (0%), Iron 1mg (8%). *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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