By Eddy − On Friday, June 10, 2016, 8 years ago in Pork Recipes

Portuguese Grilled Chouriço Recipe

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Portuguese Grilled Chouriço Recipe

How to make grilled chouriço (Chouriço Assado).

Preparation time 5 min
Cooking Time 10 min
Ready In 15 min
Level of DifficultyVery Easy
Servings2

Ingredients

2 chouriço links (sausages)1 cup “aguardente” high percentage clear alcohol1 “assador de barro” ceramic cooking bowl (any medium sized bowl will do as long as the chouriço can rest above the alcoholic liquid below)
2 chouriço links (sausages)1 cup “aguardente” high percentage clear alcohol1 “assador de barro” ceramic cooking bowl (any medium sized bowl will do as long as the chouriço can rest above the alcoholic liquid below)
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Preparation

  • Lay the chourico out on a cutting board.
  • With a knife, make small cuts along the length of the chourico link in order to allow the insides of the sausage to be cooked as well.
  • Lay the chourico out over the assador de barro ceramic bowl.
  • Pour the cup of high content alcohol over the chourico and into the below bowl.
  • Be careful to let the alcohol drip out of the bowl in order to not burn anything but the chourico.
  • Now use a long lighter to light the liquid below and begin flame grilling the chourico.
  • Let the chourico flame grill until the alcohol runs out and the outside of the chourico should be well burned and crispy.
  • Once done, serve immediately while hot.
Recipe & Photo Credit: easyportugueserecipes.com

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