How To Make Choripan

How To Make Choripan

Choripan is a cheap and lively food that is very famous from Argentina. Unique food is quite popular. Choripan is usually served as an dish on asado (barbecue). is an ideal snack for tourists anywhere. You can slather on chimichurri, a spicy sauce made from oregano, parsley, garlic, chilli flakes and red wine vinegar - or salsa criolla, tomatoes, onions and paprika variants. While chorizo is usually made from pork, wild boar sausages can also be found in several restaurants.

Simple Choripan Recipes

Main Ingredients:

  • One Pork, beef or chicken chorizo sausages per person.
  • Baguette or classic bread. (Toasted if possible)

Instructions for cooking the choripan:

1. Cooking the chorizo on any grill (if possible a charcoal BBQ)
2. Leave them on the grill for about 20 minutes
3. Before they are ready, cut them in half and put them back on the grill
4. Cut the baguette and place the bread on the grill. (Not too long)
5. You can put some chimichurri on the bread while is still on the grill
Chimichurri topping:

Mix all ingredients in a bowl and make sure to mix well. Chimichirri can last for months in the fridge. So you can make a lot and keep using it.

  • One bunch of parsley 1/2 cup chopped
  • Two tablespoons of chopped oregano (fresh if possible)
  • Four garlic cloves (crushed)
  • One cup of finely cut onions
  • Small Roasted Red Chili Peppers
  • Two tablespoons of any vinegar
  • Lemon juice (3 tablespoons)
  • 1/2 cup of oil (olive oil if possible)
  • Pepper and Salt (as much as you want)

Note: If you are a vegetarian, you can still make large chorizo using vegetable sausages.

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