Get cozy with this filling, nutritious meal. Acorn squash is stuffed with chorizo, black beans and onions then topped with cheese.
Whip up this delicious, fresh-tasting and super colorful appetizer of polenta bites topped with chorizo and sweet tribelli peppers.
Paired with beer and as casual or elegant as you want it to feel, this charcuterie spread is perfect for a picnic or an evening on the patio complete with a chorizo cake.
Chorizo and cheese potato croquettes with red wine sauce are a savory and spicy fried delight that will take your taste buds to heaven. A perfect party starter.
Glazed red wine chorizo bites are coated in a glistening honey and red wine sauce to be one of the most tantalizing appetizers you will devour this holiday season.
Flavorful chorizo filled mushrooms are a great, spicy tapas appetizer that can easily be paired with a fruity Garnacha red wine.
Take a bite of Mexico City’s pamboza sandwich stuffed with potatoes, chorizo, lettuce, cheese and a douse of guajillo sauce.
It’s time to find a lush spot of green under a tree and spread out that linen blanket. Sure, you’ve got some splendid bites in your picnic basket, but also consider one more to throw into the mix…
Flavorful chorizo filled mushrooms is a great, spicy tapas appetizer that can easily be paired with a fruity Garnacha red wine.
Chorizo and cornbread stuffed pepper bites make a great appetizer and are easy to make. Bell peppers are filled with chorizo and spicy pepper jack cheese.
The salty cheese made exclusively in Cyprus is absolutely delicious when fried or grilled. This summer, thread it on skewers with chorizo, tomatoes, and drizzled with a honey-lime dressing.
Fresh pico de gallo and cool avocado crema balance a rich chorizo taco filling to create a fun and flavorful meal.
The chorizo, Lettuce and Tomato, also known as the CLT, is a delicious sandwich including a spicy avocado spread made with jalapeño for a perfect picnic treat.
Practice makes perfect, especially with delicate raviolis and these chorizo and sage filled gems are worth it.
These meat filled tamales are simple to make with an even easier red pasilla chile sauce recipe to go along.
Albondigas, or meatballs, are a fun dish because you can use many different kinds of meat. This recipe uses a spicy chorizo mixed in for added heat.
A filling, warm dish of chorizo and beans. Plenty of garlic and cumin makes it so flavorful. For even more protein and a rich yolk, top with a poached egg.
Next time you have stale bread, forget breadcrumbs and make migas. Peppers, garlic, chorizo, bacon, and egg make up this dish. A siesta after is required.
A great place to kick-start a weekend in Stockholm is Restaurant Teaterbrasseriet. If you can’t get there, try their chicken terrine recipe.
Cold pasta is a perfect barbecue side dish. Crispy chorizo pieces and fresh arugula add salt and spice to keep you coming back for seconds.
Whether or not you consider these dishes to be authentic, celebrate Mexico’s historic victory the best way you know how. Try these queso dips and dishes with a kick of chili.
Grilled zucchini and chorizo are tossed together with barley for a delicious warm salad that is perfect for an outdoor meal.
With eggs, as a nacho topping, or in a fresh tortilla: Guatemalan red beans with chorizo.
Two-day venison and chorizo stew with wine, smoked parika, and a crusty bread.
Served with a big hunk of rustic bread, this simple, savory soup is a great alternative to a stew or chili.
A frittata can be filled with any number of things, here Spanish flavors of sweet potato, chorizo, olives and Manchego cheese create a dish that works for brunch until dinner.
These shells resemble empanadas, with their delicious dough filled with spicy sausages, these are perfect for summer picnics and parties.
This homemade Mexican chorizo is authentic in flavor, easy to make, and with ingredients you can trust.
South American papas rellenas get a gluten free make over. Plus a little added Mexican flair.
There’s no garlicky fierceness in these very Spanish garlic soup shots, only delicious mellowness.
Polenta and chorizo bean stew is originally a peasant dish, predominantly from the Umbria region in Italy.
A stuffing recipe that has been handed down through generations. And now, Gilda Claudine Karasik passes it on to you.
A flavorful bean dish, to be served as a dip or taco filling.