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D’Artagnan’s all-natural chorizo is made from heritage breed pork. The hogs are raised humanely in a network of small farms that allow the hogs to live on pasture and express natural behaviors. The farmers raise only heritage breeds including Berkshire, Tamworth, Duroc, Landrace and Hampshire breeds, all of which are renowned for their great flavor.
Perfect for paella and tapas, our smoky chorizo is also great for soups or stews and brings zing to rice and pasta dishes. Pair it with fish for a classic Iberian dish, or try it mixed with shrimp and chicken for a spicy accent.
ingredients: pork, water, paprika, nonfat dry milk, turbinado sugar, spices, natural flavorings (celery powder)
"Chef Stephan Boissel of New York City demonstrates an ingenious recipe for swordfish and chorizo, which he turns into a creamy sauce for the sautéed fish. "
"Spicy, thinly-sliced chorizo helps keep fish moist and adds tons of flavor. A light vegetable ratatouille brings all of the flavors together."
"In this play on Arroz con Pollo, George Mendes of the restaurant Aldea, combines duck confit and duck breast with seasoned rice, chorizo and olives."
"Chorizo adds salty, porky goodness to Carey Palenchar's easy mussels recipe."
"Our Spanish-style chorizo makes ultra-flavorful tapas when sautéed hot and fast with a hearty red wine. Serve with crusty country bread. "