Chorizo. Ah, chorizo. A spicy, Mexican sausage. I have found no other taste like it. You might not have ever used it before, but it is a tasty, spicy, full of flavor sausage that adds great flavor to a variety of foods.
Child #2 is my jalapeno child. She is the only one of us who will put jalapenos on chili, nachos, and a variety of other foods. She is my spicy-food-lover. She made up this recipe and we tried it last night (I wasn’t home the first time she made it.)
Here we go. This is what you need:
One, 24 oz. bag of gluten-free waffle fries
2, 9 oz. packages of chorizo – your choice of mild or spicy
2 cups of shredded sharp cheddar cheese
1/3 cup canola oil
Preheat oven to 450° F.
Line a 12″ x 18″ jelly roll pan with foil.
Spray with cooking spray.
Spread out the waffle fries.
When the oven is ready, drizzle the oil over the fries and put them in for 15 minutes.
In the mean time take your chorizo out of the the packaging and place it in a frying pan. Cook it on medium-low heat for about 15 minutes (while the fries cook), stirring often.
Take the fries out of the oven and sprinkle the chorizo on the fries. It should look like this:
Next, sprinkle the cheese on top to look like this:
Pop back into the oven for five minutes or so until the cheese melts and looks like this:
Note: If you have problems with cheese, you could always leave it off and have Chorizo Fries. Yum!!!