Casaponsa Chorizo Tunnel Paprika


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Pork. Chorizo Tunnel Paprika is a Spanish cured sausage made from pork, salt, pepper, and smoked paprika. It is a soft, spreadable sausage with a mild flavor. Chorizo Tunnel Paprika is typically cured for several weeks, which gives it a slightly sweet and smoky taste. It is also called Chorizo de Teror, a type of Spanish chorizo that is made in the municipality of Teror in the Canary Islands.
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Enhance your paella with the bold taste of Chorizo Tunnel Paprika. Slice it or dice it finely before sautéing it and adding it to your paella for an authentic Spanish twist.

Store in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks or in the freezer for up to 3 months. Store in an airtight container to prevent it from drying out.

About Casaponsa

Casaponsa specialises in charcuterie made from the finest ingredients, sourced from the highest quality butchers and abattoirs that treat and prepare the meat according to the time-honoured traditions of charcuterie. They only select the cuts of meat that meet their own rigorous quality, health and hygiene standards.

They produce their charcuterie meats, which include exclusive and patented recipes, at their own plant and the product is distributed through a sales network to importers, distributors and large retailers.

Casaponsa products can be found in a variety of locations including haute-cuisine restaurants, specialised stores, delicatessens, and in supermarkets and commercial chains.


Chorizo, a vibrant and robust sausage with Spanish and Latin American origins, brings a burst of flavor to a wide range of dishes. Made from a blend of pork, spices, and chili peppers, chorizo is known for its distinctive smoky, spicy, and savory notes that elevate any recipe it graces.

Whether sliced and sautéed to release its aromatic oils, grilled to crispy perfection, or added as a flavor-packed ingredient in stews and paellas, chorizo infuses a dynamic and irresistible character into every culinary creation.

For wine pairing, the bold and spicy profile of chorizo requires wines that can complement its robustness. Opt for a red wine with enough fruitiness and body to stand up to the sausage's flavors. A Tempranillo or a Garnacha from Spain can harmonize beautifully with chorizo's smokiness and spiciness, enhancing the overall tasting experience.

Additionally, a medium-bodied red wine with a hint of earthiness, like a Syrah or a Zinfandel, can also create a delightful balance with chorizo's complexity, creating a symphony of flavors on the palate.