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This Portuguese chouriço and peppers recipe in a crockpot or a dutch oven, the longer it cooks the better.
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2 h 55 min
Level of Difficulty:
Easy
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Portuguese Crock Pot Chouriço and Peppers Recipe - Portuguese Recipes

Portuguese Crock Pot Chouriço and Peppers Recipe

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Posted in: Pork Recipes
Tue, Nov 15, 2016, 21:58
3 out of 5 with 18 ratings
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Ingredients

2 green peppers cubed2 lbs. of chourico cubed2 onions cubed1 1/4 oz can of diced tomatoes with the liquid3/4 cup of red wine2 cans of tomato pasteSalt to taste
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    Directions

    1. Brown the chourico, peppers, and onions together.
    2. Once they have cooked a little, add all the ingredients except the salt.
    3. Mix everything together and let it sit in the crockpot for about 6 hours on low, or on low-med heat in your dutch oven for about 3 hours.
    4. Once it's just about done, add salt to taste. 
    5. You can serve this in a roll, over rice, or over pasta.
    Recipe & Photo Credit: melloschourico.com
    Created by twoazoreanchicks.blogspot.com

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