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Chorizo Pasta Recipes – Cooking With Steve

Chorizo pasta recipes are actually hard to come by. You’ll be hard pressed to find an excellent chorizo pasta recipes for you to make.

The reason is simply because pasta recipes in itself, can have their meats replaced by Spanish chorizo.

So in reality, you could take any old spaghetti meatball dish and turn it into the chorizo pasta recipes we have on the left!

That’s what many people forget when making chorizo recipes, just a simple substitution of meat can cause such a huge change in taste.

But today, we’ll be focusing on a specialty of chorizo pasta recipes, and that is spaghetti and chorizo.

Chorizo Pasta Recipes

This recipe will be similar to our last chorizo pasta recipes, but with slight variations. We hope you enjoy our chorizo pasta recipes.

Chorizo Pasta Recipes Ingredients

  • 80g pack sliced chorizo sausage
  • 300g bag fresh spaghetti
  • 20g pack flatleaf parsley (a good handful)
  • 2 red peppers from a jar, in brine or oil
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 50g finely grated fresh parmesan

 

This recipe is an easy recipe and can be completed in 10 minutes. Serving size of the listed ingredients is 4 people.

Generally, with most pasta recipes and chorizo, the nutritional value is always on the healthy side. Be sure not to add too much oil when cooking.

Also, when purchasing chorizo, always read the contents and nutritional value and determine how many grams of fat it contains.

Method for Today’s Chorizo Pasta Recipes

First, set up a boiling pot of water and start cutting up the chorizo into smaller sizes, and cut the parsley and red peppers to prepare.

Add in the spaghetti to the boiling water and let it rest until fully cooked for about 3 minutes. During this time, cover a frying pan with olive oil and heat it up.

Add your chorizo slices, peppers and black peppers (as much as you deem fit for your tastes). Allow it t cook for 30s to 1 minute until you see some of the chorizo juices to be secreted.

This juice is very rich in paprika juices and will serve as part of your sauce. Now, drain your spaghetti and place in pan.

Add a handful of salt in for seasoning and add parsley and parmesan. Note that  you’ll want to add water from your pot into the pan in case of drying out.

Now serve with extra paremsan! We hope you enojyed today’s chorizo pasta recipes.

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