Cooking Mexican Pork Chorizo

Mexican Pork Chorizo is a raw product that must be cooked.

Unlike it’s Spanish counterpart that is a cured sausage similar to a salami that can be sliced and eaten right away, Mexican Chorizo must be cooked. It usually comes packed in a plastic sleeve that you would discard.

mexican chorizo raw

Preheat a skillet on medium-high, turn out the chorizo onto it and cook away.

Our video shows the progress of cooking chorizo.

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Dry rubbed chicken tenders on the Smokey Joe with Rayz Jerk and Spice Cave Wind rubs

Grilled chicken tenders with dry rubs are one of my favorite ways to play with new rubs and seasonings.
Today we’re using Rayz Hot Dry Rub (jerk style) and Spice Cave’s Wind rub.

Rayz Hot Dry Rub and Spice Cave Wind seasoning

I use a heavy hand when applying rubs to my meats – much to the chagrin of Marilyn.

But I will admit at times I do go a little overboard. But in this case, I think the rubs really shined.

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See how easy it is to grill up a quick snack with some chicken tenders, some nice rubs, and your favorite grill?

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Weber Smokey Joe 14″: Weber Smokey Joe Grill

The Spice Cave Wind Rub: The Spice Cave

Rayz Hot Dry Rub: Rayz Jerk Jam website

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