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300g Chorizo Paprika Salami (unsliced) Tried and tested by me in many an omelette and supermarket pizza pimping session. Down to £1.29 this week at Lidl..Mmm!
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banned#1
sounds nice man
#2
Gonna get myself some of these bad boys.

HOT
#3
Is the quality any good on these?
#4
loopie
Is the quality any good on these?

I think HUGGYCHAIR makes that plain.
Lidl's food is usually rather good anyway.
#5
gluke21
loopie
Is the quality any good on these?


I think HUGGYCHAIR makes that plain.


You always trust the OP?, better to get some other views I find!
#6
loopie
gluke21
loopie
Is the quality any good on these?


I think HUGGYCHAIR makes that plain.


You always trust the OP?, better to get some other views I find!


Its a piece of Chorizo, not an Plasma TV!! lol oO
#7
Seemed a fair question to me, obviously you don't like discussion on your posts.
#8
Don't know what they are like these days because I haven't shopped there for some time but Lidl's speciality meat products, well the continental ones anyway, used to be very nice and good value.
1 Like #9
loopie
Seemed a fair question to me, obviously you don't like discussion on your posts.

It was a fair question. I buy this regularly.
It's good for cooking, sliced thinly so the fat comes out. It's not really that nice cold imo.
At £1.29 hardly a big risk.
#10
Mmm.... donkey sausage
#11
mentalist
Mmm.... donkey sausage


No it's pork, the Spanish are apparently not keen on horse meat, you need to go to France or Italy to get sausages made of donkey
#12
pot_belly
loopie
Seemed a fair question to me, obviously you don't like discussion on your posts.
It was a fair question. I buy this regularly.It's good for cooking, sliced thinly so the fat comes out. It's not really that nice cold imo.At £1.29 hardly a big risk.

Just curious, but what's the shelf like on these? Just wondering if you'd end up using a little in one dish, then throwing the rest away due to short use by date.
1 Like #13
Cenobite
pot_belly
loopie
Seemed a fair question to me, obviously you don't like discussion on your posts.
It was a fair question. I buy this regularly.It's good for cooking, sliced thinly so the fat comes out. It's not really that nice cold imo.At £1.29 hardly a big risk.


Just curious, but what's the shelf like on these? Just wondering if you'd end up using a little in one dish, then throwing the rest away due to short use by date.


We bought 2 packs about 3/4 weeks ago (it was only £1.50 then anyway) and we just used some of the second pack yesterday in pasta, still pretty fresh aslong as you keep it wrapped up and don't let it dry out fully.
#14
pot_belly
It was a fair question. I buy this regularly.
It's good for cooking, sliced thinly so the fat comes out. It's not really that nice cold imo.
At £1.29 hardly a big risk.


Thanks, I'll make the effort to go and get some then.
#15
Sliced in baked beans,delicious. in a chilli con carne,lovely,on a pizza,perfect.try it.
#16
It works well enough as a cooking Chorizo, don't rate it at all as an "eating" sausage, but unbeatably good price.

Aldi do one for £1.49 (usually) which is a slightly smaller size, but a little better quality, which is the one I usually buy, but if I am In Lidl, I do buy this one too.
Both keep well once opened, after all they are highly cured meat products.

Beware the Lidl pre-sliced Chorizo (discs about 2" across) it is positively appalling!
banned 1 Like #17
antenna
Sliced in baked beans,delicious. in a chilli con carne,lovely,on a pizza,perfect.try it.

mmmmmm beans and chorizo
#18
great stuff. hot.
#19
Decent enough Chorizo for the money - hot.

It keeps for ages - it is cured meat afterall - once opened, stick it in the fridge.
#20
love this stuff!
1 Like #21
i fry it diced in a dry pan then add onions and a few tins of different variety beans from lidl, add 3 tins of chopped tomatoes, stock and some chilli and you have a lovely bean soup
#22
Top stuff - just first class with any pasta dish. Off to Lidl, bye!
#23
It's very good VFM and good used as an ingredient but doesn't stand up on its own, the Lidl sliced stuff (a lot wider) has a lot more flavour.
#24
loopie
Seemed a fair question to me, obviously you don't like discussion on your posts.


Most stuff like this from Lidl is either locally sourced or brought in from the continent so tends to be of a very high standard. The only stuff Lidl does that can be a little manky is when they try to 'copy' branded stuff but don't do it right such as Pot Noodle becomes Cup Noodle and tastes like boiled feet.

One thing that Lidl does really well and will make me go out of my way to go there is Ice cream (weirdly Aldi is horrible at this) as their almond Magnum knock off is one of the nicest Ice creams I have had.
#25
Off to get some tonight !!!!
#26
Stuff some of this in an 8p packet of Asda noodles and suddenly it's wow.
#27
Duelling Duck
Stuff some of this in an 8p packet of Asda noodles and suddenly it's wow.
+1
#28
This is poor quality Chorizo. I wouldn't buy it at 49p, but if you'd never tried chorizo before then you'd never know.
#29
yummy on pizza and in pasta, definitely buying some!
#30
wiitard
This is poor quality Chorizo. I wouldn't buy it at 49p, but if you'd never tried chorizo before then you'd never know.


Have you tried it?

Edited By: Ungreat on Aug 09, 2010 13:20: .
#31
I bought some the other day and wasn't very impressed
#32
Ungreat
wiitard
This is poor quality Chorizo. I wouldn't buy it at 49p, but if you'd never tried chorizo before then you'd never know.


Have you tried it?
er...Yes! Why would I comment if i hadn't. I'm a chef & also half spanish, so that gives me the right to know (_;)

Edited By: wiitard on Aug 09, 2010 15:28: spelling
#33
I'll have to try some in my next Jambalaya.
#34
bargain. in jamie olivers latest book, 'jamie does....' the first recipe in the book is an awesome chorizo tomato salad, have done it loads and its lush! if you google 'jamie oliver chorizo tomato salad' and you will find it, much, much, recommended!

Edited By: Judosteffer on Aug 09, 2010 16:39: correction
#35
Ive used this a few times, its lovely!!
if your unsure about keeping it in fridge (not that it will last long enough to go off LOL), just chop it up and freeze it- its great for whatever you would use it for from fridgr (pizza, omelettes etc), its better for me kept in freezer- I just keep munching it otherwise

Heat added, if I knew how to!
#36
Got some today, and the straight ones that are normall £1.99 are down to 99p. They're a 'mild tasting pork salami' and a smoked chorizo style one. Also got one of these ones, too. The straight chorizo one is better than the other one which is dusted white. More flavour. I might go back and stock up.

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