Choripán: Argentinian Grilled Sausage Sandwiches
These Argentinian inspired sandwiches, known as Choripan, are a classic street food – a juicy grilled spicy sausage on a fresh crisp bun drenched in a bright herbacous sauce.
Traditionally, choripan can be found in South American countries, a staple, much like the hot dog at ever summer barbecue up north.
- Garlic cloves - Red Onion - Fresh Oregano - Fresh Parsley - Canola oil - Olive oil - Vinegar - Salt - Red pepper flakes - Fresh chorizo - Loaves French bread
Stir in the canola oil, olive oil, vinegar, salt and red pepper flakes.
Grill the horizo, rotating as needed for even cooking and to avoid flare ups. Use caution as fresh sausage had a lot of fat that will drip.
Slice the bread into even portions to fit the sausages and toast on the grill, if desired.
These grilled sausages sandwiches are a tribute to Argentinian Choripan, with spicy chorizo, toasted buns, and a fresh chimichurri. Sausage sandwiches will never be the same.
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