Recipe by McCormick® Gourmet Collection®
"This authentic tapas dish brings a medley of Spanish flavors to your table."
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garlic, finely chopped
McCormick® Gourmet Collection® Paprika
McCormick® Gourmet Collection® Bay Leaves, broken in half
Spanish chorizo, cut diagonally, into 3/4-inch pieces
sun-dried tomatoes, coarsely chopped
chopped fresh parsley
This is a good recipe. If this is a Spanish tapa, the you must use Spanish Chorizo because it definitely is not the same as Mexican Chorizo. What I don't understand is why people totally change the recipe then give the recipe 5 stars! Using Kielbasa completely changes this recipe into a different recipe. The 5 star rating given means absolutely nothing if you haven't tried the actual recipe.
Tried it for a dinner party, but it was not a big hit at all. I liked it but the taste was very strong. Also it was hard to serve at the party, maybe I over cooked it slightly.
This is soooo good! I made it for a party, but instead of simmering the sausage & tomatoes on the stove I put it all into a crockpot & let it simmer for a couple of hours. It looked gorgeous & everyone raved - thanks for this recipe! And the leftovers were even better the next day.
Maybe I used the wrong chorizo, but it was more like ground beef than sausage that could be cut diagonally. I stuck to the recipe and ended up with something much more like chili, but it was really good!! We served this by putting spoonfuls on sliced pieces of toasted sourdough loaf. Went absolutely perfect with zamorano cheese slices and Spanish wine. Best Sunday afternoon snack I've had in a long time.
I've made this many times since finding this recipe, and it is one of my family's favorites. I serve it with a good crusty baguette and some roasted green beans on the side. Yum!
I definitely made some alterations to this recipe, but I suspect it is very versatile. I used Turkey Kielbasa, Spiced Apple Cider, and Broth instead of water. After browning the onions, garlic and sausage I put it all in the crock-pot for 4 hours. I would like to give this recipe 5 stars, but apparently some would be offended because I didn't use the exact ingredients. Well Chorizo (whether Mexican or Spanish) is not readily available out here in the sticks! AND being able to modify recipes to what is available at our local market is helpful and appreciated!
This was a perfect dish for a summer get together. I served it warm with crusty bread. Make sure you get the Spanish chorizo, not the Mexican. Big difference. Goes great with mojitos!
Whoops... changing my rating to 5 stars as I just noticed there's a tip at the very bottom which does specify that this is not intended as a Mexican chorizo, but that Mexican can be used.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chorizo with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Cider
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 152
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