Surprise everyone with this chistorra in Pedro Ximenez sauce
Making a delicious dish using only a few ingredients is possible. This chistorra in Pedro Ximenez sauce is a nice example of that. Enjoy it!
Chistorra is a very popular kind of sausage of Navarra, located in northern Spain. Its more peculiar characteristics are its intense red color and its length since the longest ones can reach a meter long. People often fry or roast it, although on the Internet you’ll find a vast number of different ways to cook it. But, in my opinion, chistorra in Pedro Ximenez sauce is one of the tastiest. If you don’t know this recipe yet, continue reading. I’m sure you are going to love it!
If you want to know more about the gastronomy of Navarra, don’t miss one of my latest post: What to eat in Navarra? Discover its varied gastronomy.
Ingredients for chistorra in Pedro Ximenez sauce
- 1 onion
- 1 chistorra
- Half glass of Pedro Ximenez wine
- Olive oil
Preparation of the ingredients
- Chop the onion into small cubes.
- Cut the chistorra.
Cooking the chistorra in Pedro Ximenez sauce
- In a big pan, stir fry the onion with olive oil and add some salt to your taste.
- Then, add the chistorra and cook it for some minutes avoiding the onion getting burned.
- Pour the Pedro Ximenez wine. Cook all over medium heat without stoping stirring it until the wine gets evaporated.
As you can see, cooking chistorra in Pedro Ximenez it’s very simple and it only takes you a few minutes to prepare it. Although it’s not very healthy, the result is a very tasty dish that everyone will like it.
To me, it’s a very nice appetizer or starter to be shared and it really needs a lot of bread since you can dip it into its delicious sauce. Furthermore, the Pedro Ximenez wine will give it a very pleasant sweet touch.
I hope you find this recipe useful and above all… enjoy it!
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