Chicken Sausage, with Paprika, Chorizo Pollo con Pimenton.

Another Chicken recipe, this time with hints of Spanish sunshine.

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1 kg of minced chicken, very cold, but not frozen!
2 teaspoons of dried Oregano
1/2 medium red onion, finely chopped
3 cloves of garlic, finely chopped.
2 tablespoons of spanish paprika.
1 tsp of freshly ground black pepper.
15 gms of salt.
4 gms of supraphos.
5 gms of mustard powder.
A splash of malt vinegar
1 tsp of dried chilli flakes.
50 mls of olive oil.
3.5 mtrs of sheep casing.

Sprinkle a teaspoon of the dry ingredients at a time into the minced chicken and mix thoroughly until all the dry ingredients are incorporated into the mince.
Place into the bowl of your stand mixer and mix for about 3 minutes, until the forcemeat becomes sticky.
Once the forcemeat has become sticky and not before, slowly add the olive oil, until it is all incorporated. The forcemeat will become slippery, but once the oil is incorporated into the bind it will become sticky again, continue to mix for another minute after this point.
Refrigerate the forcemeat until you are ready to stuff the casings, once stuffed, link the sausages, and refrigerate on an open tray to meld the flavour for a couple of hours.

Use within 3 days or freeze!

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4 Responses to Chicken Sausage, with Paprika, Chorizo Pollo con Pimenton.

  1. Can anybody tell me what supraphos is please

  2. Supraphos is a phosphate based meat binder, in the US one brand is called Amesphos, it is included in the recipe as the ability of chicken meat to bind itself is quite low, the binder also retains liquids and keeps the sausages moist.

  3. Thanks Richard I’m an Aussie now living in Thailand I have a mate’s daughter coming over from England soon I will see if she can bring some with her. I would be in all sorts of trouble here with the language and I would not no were to ask

    • There is a product in Thailand called Accord, it is widely used on local production of sausages, and meat / fish balls. It should be available from any good supermarket. This will do the job just as well as the products from the West and is locally priced! Good luck 😊!!!

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