noun, plural cho·ri·zos [chuh-ree-zohz; Spanish chaw-ree-saws, -thaws] /tʃəˈri zoʊz; Spanish tʃɔˈri sɔs, -θɔs/. Spanish Cookery.
Origin of chorizo
Examples from the Web for chorizo
Contemporary Examples of chorizo
The rock-clad town is now famous for meat products like chorizo, along with olive oil, almonds, and jams.The Spanish Fraggle Rock: Setenil de las Bodegas Is an Andalucian Town Built Under a Rock
January 2, 2014
One of the most memorable dishes I have had there is Baby calamari filled with calamari ink, fresh chick peas and chorizo.Fresh Picks
The Daily Beast
June 22, 2010
“I put the chorizo and sausage on a skewer,” he says proudly.Cooking With Brian Boitano
August 25, 2009
noun plural -zos
Word Origin for chorizo
"spiced pork sausage," 1846, from Spanish chorizo.