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Chouriço is simply the Portuguese chorizo. All the better if you can find Portuguese chouriço for this dish, but the more common Spanish chorizo will work just fine. Serve over mash or rice.
Savoury and spicy chorizo made with pork, garlic, vinegar and dried chillies. This is a cheat's chorizo, as there's no need for sausage casings. I just think everything tastes better when it's homemade - try it and see!
Its cold outside. Warm yourself up with this rich hearty casserole. The red wine is optional, but you'd be daft to take it out!
This is yet another family recipe, that can be frozen and re-heated any time so it's great for busy women/mums.
This sausage casserole is a family favourite of ours. It's great to serve on a cold winters night. For a sweeter curry, try adding a tin of drained pineapple pieces before serving.
Comfort food for the Brit inside you; sausages fried then baked with gravy and mashed potatoes. You can choose your sausages. My grandmother always used the thick beef ones then sliced them in half lengthways for the baking.
This is a rich Brazilian stew recipe that combines Chorizo and ham with sweet potato, capsicum, tomatoes and black beans.
This is a Portuguese recipe so use chouriço if you can find it. Serve it with crusty bread for mopping up all the delicious sauce.
A fruity sweet twist on the old favourite - curry sausages!
Stuffed mushrooms are a great party nibble and they don't have to be overly complicated. Italian pork sausage and cream cheese are the fillings for these ones.