Thursday, November 3, 2016

Chorizo Stuffing~Mexican Twist

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If you're looking for a new and delicious recipe to spice up your traditional Thanksgiving dinner this year, you've come to the right place! Today, I'm sharing a childhood favorite (with a bit of a twist of course), it's called chorizo con papas. 
Traditionally in Mexico, you eat this scrambled in with eggs or in burritos. It's delicious for sure, but I think this is even more amazing as a side dish to our turkey dinner (especially with all the extra seasonings & spices). 
Knorr® Tomato with Chicken Granulated BouillonLa Morena® Sliced Jalapeños were the two biggest flavor contributors for this recipe {aside from the chorizo of course}.

They're staples in my kitchen, that are great in just about everything-from seasoning meats to flavoring rice & soups. 

I have been cooking with them for as long as I can remember (since it's what my mom used all throughout my childhood). Now that I live in Ohio & away from all of my family in Mexico & California, I feel like the only thing I have left that reminds me of home is my Mexican comfort food. So, it's really important that I have the best quality & authentic flavors in my kitchen! 
Luckily, I still have access to my favorite, trusted Mexican ingredients (through Walmart's Hispanic aisle), so I can easily create delicious meals for our friends and family this special holiday season!

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Alrighty, are you ready to make this? 

Thanksgiving Chorizo Stuffing Recipe

1/4 cup white onion, chopped
4 potatoes, peeled & cut into 1 inch cubes
1 link of chorizo, about 10 ounces
6 sliced Jalapenos, La Morena®
3/4 tsp Knorr® Tomato with Chicken Granulated Bouillon
1 tbsp Olive oil
Cilantro, to garnish


1. Sauté onions with a fourth of the olive oil.
2. Add the potatoes and the rest of the oil, then cook for 5–7 minutes (until they start to soften).
3. Mix in the chorizo with the potatoes & onions.
4. Cook thoroughly until the chorizo turns a dark red color (about 5 minutes), then add diced jalapenos.
5. Serve and enjoy!

Have you ever tried chorizo con papas? 
If you decide to give this stuffing recipe a try, I'd love to hear your thoughts on it!