You can easily purchase chorizo sausage from the store but making your own is so much better. This recipe for homemade chorizo uses simple ingredients, many of which you probably already have on hand. Chorizo is ground pork that is mixed with various spices. In this recipe the ground pork is mixed in a bowl with the spices and cider vinegar. You can adjust the amount of heat in this recipe to your liking by adding more or less red pepper flakes. You can also add some cayenne pepper if you choose. Once the sausage has been prepared it can be put into casings, formed into patties or left in bulk to be cooked and used for tacos or burritos. Enjoy.
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