There are two ways to make chili these days. One is the hours-long method of slow cooking it, which naturally results in tons of flavor and spice. The other is the quicker, on-the-go method when you’re short on time, an option which can definitely sacrifice some of the aforementioned flavors. The best way to spice up your chili when you’re in a rush is to simply substitute fresh Mexican chorizo for the meat list in your chosen recipe. This simple little ingredient swap makes for a wonderfully seasoned chili without a lengthy cook time, adding a little tang and heat in the process. Enjoy!
- You can get a full flavored chili without a having to cook it for a long time
- Chorizo is very versatile and can be added to any chili recipe
- Chorizo is a Mexican sausage with can add a lot of flavors
“To impart of the maximum amount of flavor in the shortest amount of time, I start my chili with fresh crumbled Mexican chorizo.”
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