If you want a delicious bowl of chili for dinner but don’t want to wait for it to simmer or slow cook for hours, there is a solution. Adding fresh chorizo to any chili can add strong flavor regardless of how long you cook it. You will want to get the Mexican chorizo without a casing, or remove any natural casing and brown the meat first. Swap it out for the same amount of meat you are substituting the chorizo for in the recipe.
- Fresh chorizo provides extra fat, spice, and tang to chili
- Use Mexican chorizo, and sear in the dutch oven before starting chili recipe
- Two types of chili include slow-simmering chili and quick single pot chili
“To impart of the maximum amount of flavor in the shortest amount of time, I start my chili with fresh crumbled Mexican chorizo.”
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