Chorizo can be described as a Mexican or Spanish sausage. Spanish chorizo has been preserved and can be prepared without any cooking. Mexican Chorizo, however, is raw and should be thoroughly heated before being consumed. While both types of chorizo can be stored in the freezer, it may take several hours for them to cool in the fridge. You can speed up the process of thawing the chorizo if you plan to heat it immediately and eat it.
Chorizo, a Spanish- or Mexican-style rich sausage is called.
- You can speed up the process of thawing the meat if you’re heating the chorizo and then eating it immediately.
Put the frozen Chorizo on a microwave-safe platter.
The sausage can be heated on the microwave’s defrost setting for 6-8 minutes. Or, you can use your microwave’s automatic timer to freeze the meat according to its weight.
Take the sausage out of the microwave, and heat it immediately.
If your microwave is not available, you can freeze the chorizo using cold water. Place the sausage in a sealed freezer bag. After sealing, place it in cold water until you reach 0.454kg. You can change the water every 30 minutes.