HOLD UP. CHORIZO ISNT GREEN
So let's back up a second. Chorizo is typically a red sausage that is either dried and sliced (see Spanish Chorizo) or crumbled and pan fried (see Mexican Chorizo), but green chorizo is actually a thing. In Toluca, Mexico, green chorizo is a specialty, getting its color from green peppers, tomatillos and fresh herbs. We omitted the tomatillos and went straight for the bright and spicy flavors that serrano, poblano, oregano and cilantro bring.
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@grillslingers green chorizo made with pork. full recipe on grillslingers.com #chorizo #breakfastsandwich #greenchorizo #breakfasttiktok #foodtiktok #grilled ♬ Electric Man - Rival Sons
- 1 lb pork shoulder, sausage grind (or preground)
- 1 teaspoon of peppercorns
- 1 bay leaf
- 4 whole cloves
- 9 cloves of garlic (peeled)
- 3 serrano chiles
- 2 poblano chiles
- 1/4 cup sherry vinegar (white wine okay here too)
- 1 bunch of parsley
- 1.t tablespoons salt
- 1 tablespoon coriander seeds
- pinch of ground cumin
- Add dry spices to a pan and toast, or place on a foil sheet and place in grill to release oils. Place in food processor and pulse till powdered
- Add peppers and chiles to grill and char the skins, removing from grill and peeling off the skin when finished.
- Remove stems and seeds of peppers and chiles (or leave a few in if you're into some heat!) and add to food processor.
- Add to your food processor the garlic, chiles, vinegar, parlsey, salt and spices.
- Transfer to a bowl and mix with the ground pork until uniform.
After that, feel free to use how you like!
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