This recipe is posted by request. Sweet Spanish Chorizo calls for paprika, while the Spicy Spanish Chorizo calls for Cayenne pepper. There are a few types of Spanish Chorizo. Spanish-style chorizo gets its flavor and bright red color from pimentón (smoked paprika), but other types of chorizo lean more towards pink, brown, or even green. Mild Palacios Chorizo. If you prefer the sweet simply switch out paprika for the cayenne. This all natural dry cured pork sausage is seasoned with sweet smoked paprika from Extremadura -- pimentón de la Vera dulce. Original recipe is by Charles G. Reavis. Spanish chorizos are classified both by level of curing and by their ingredients, but they always include pimentón (smoked paprika), which gives Spanish chorizos their bright red color. It contains no nitrates or nitrites or any other preservative. This mild chorizo sausage is made by Palacios from an old family recipe. This Version calls for Cayenne Pepper. The Spruce Eats - Make Your Best Meal - Make Your Own Dry-Cured


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