Surprise everyone with this chistorra with Pedro Ximénez sauce recipe
It is possible to cook a delicious dish with just a few ingredients. Try this recipe of chistorra with Pedro Ximénez sauce. You will love it!
Despite chistorra being a typical sausage of Navarra in northern Spain, it is also popular in other areas of the country and some places in Latin America. Its most characteristic features are its intense red color and length since the longest can measure up to 1 meter. It is made with minced pork and marinated with garlic, paprika, and other spices. Although it is usually grilled or griddled, on the Internet, you will find endless ways to prepare it. But, to me, the chistorra with Pedro Ximénez sauce recipe is one of the best. It combines the chistorra’s intense flavor with the sweetness and aroma of the wine. So, if you haven’t tried it yet, continue reading. You will love it!
Anyway, if you want to know more about Navarre’s gastronomy, we have published an entry called: What to eat in Navarre? Discover its varied gastronomy.
INGREDIENTS FOR CHISTORRA WITH PEDRO XIMÉNEZ SAUCE FOR 2 PEOPLE
- 1 onion
- 1 chistorra
- 1/2 glass of Pedro Ximenez wine
- Olive oil
Preparation of the ingredients
- Chop the onion into small cubes.
- Cut the chistorra into rather large portions.
COOKING THE CHISTORRA IN PEDRO XIMENEZ SAUCE
- Sauté the onion over medium heat with a tablespoon of olive oil in a large skillet until it softens. Add salt to taste.
- Next, add the chistorra and cook it for a few minutes, preventing the onion from burning.
- Pour the Pedro Ximénez wine and let it reduce over medium heat. Note that this drink will add a lot of sweetness, so be careful and do not exceed the recommended amount.
Result: This chistorra with Pedro Ximénez recipe is finger-licking good!
Chistorra with Pedro Ximénez sauce is a complex dish due to the mixture of different flavors. On the one hand, chistorra is intense and mildly spicy, with a slight touch of garlic and paprika. On the other hand, Pedro Ximénez wine is a sweet and aromatic drink with a syrupy texture. Combined, they create a delicious and dense sauce with a sweet and sour flavor.
As you may have already noticed, this chistorra with Pedro Ximénez sauce recipe requires minimal time and is very easy to prepare. It can be served as an appetizer since it is perfect as a tapa as well as a main dish accompanied by chips or bread. In my opinion, the second option is much better since you can dip it in the sauce.
In short, if you are looking for an easy-to-prepare dish to surprise everyone with, this chistorra with Pedro Ximénez sauce recipe is what you were looking for. And if you like cooking tapas at home, why don’t you prepare this Burgos black pudding tapa with red pepper jam and quail egg? Enjoy them!
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