Authentic Spanish Chorizo, Great quality!
Great chorizo. Authentic Spanish chorizo. This type is better for cooking but also it's nice for eating it with some good bread but perfect for cooking, pasta, pizza... I'm Spanish I can say this is great quality for this chorizo type. Iberico Chorizo is another type, don't be wrong.
Completely tasteless. First time of trying this and I guess its ok if you want it really mild. Used it to cut cook my 'go to' paella recipe last night - and apart from oodles of fat - you could barely taste the Chorizo. Will stick to waitrose in future.
nice but ...
nice chorizo but it seems to be about a third smaller than it used to be .
Absolutely Delicious. We've tried quite a lot of Chorizo, from different shops and brands. We have found that this one is the best by far. It has a great texture and the flavour is just Fantastic every time. We love it with tomato pasta, Cheese pasta, with halloumi, on pizza, with fried rice, with sprouts, it is so versatile. Recommend 100%.
horrible too salty and needs cooking
Good texture but flavourless and bland! If this is Tesco's "Finest" chorizo then I would not like to taste its most ordinary chaorizo!
Not finest anymore..
This used to be a high quality chorizo, but not anymore.. It is a different product than 6 months ago, quality now bordering on low...
Bland & full of fat. Nowhere near as good as before.
High quality genuine Spanish chorizo. You get two kinds in Spain and I prefer this one to the hot 'picante' style. If you don't like the texture, you aren't cutting it thin enough. With cold beer, it's just hard to stop cutting more and more. I wouldn't normally cook with this one but it is a lovely addition to a Spanish omelette.
Goes well with some much!
I like removing the “skin” then chopping the chorizo up, then flash frying it for a few minutes.