Can you fry cooked chorizo?

Chef's answer
You do not have to slice the chorizo before cooking. Spanish chorizo can be fried whole or grilled, and then sliced.
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Mexican Chorizo needs cooking. Do not eat this type of Chorizo raw. You will become ill! It will be mushy out of the casing, and as it cooks, it will still be very soft, not as chunky as when browning hamburger.
While cooking chorizo, break it apart like you would ground meat, going for a light browning effect on the chorizo. ... During the cooking process, you'll accumulate grease in your pan - don't fret! Simply drain the grease from the pan when it's finished browning.1 May 2020
It depends on what chorizo you're using. If you're using soft (i.e. uncooked) chorizo then no, you don't need to remove the skin, because it should cook with the sausage. If you are using the cured, ready to eat chorizo you should take the skin off as it will be tough.
Traditionally, Mexican chorizo is a mix of pork, chiles and flavors like coriander and ginger, with the added tang of vinegar. I love pairing chorizo with clams, bell peppers and, surprisingly, pears, which balance out the smoky heat of the chorizo with a fresh, sweet flavor.25 Jul 2013
Cured chorizo doesn't require any cooking at all: Simply slice and eat! For raw and semi-cured chorizo varieties, you'll generally want to remove the casing (if there is any) and fry in a hot, dry pan until the chorizo is cooked through and the fat has rendered out.25 Mar 2021
Although you might boil fresh sausages before grilling them, boiling chorizo will ruin its flavor. As the chorizo boils, fat melts out of it and you'll be left with dry chorizo that isn't as tasty. As long as you turn chorizo links frequently as they grill, the chorizo will be perfectly cooked.
I would suggest never boiling chorizo. ... I'd suggest halving or quatering the chorizo and frying it off first. Use the remaining fat to sautee any vegetables you might need to make the sauce.13 Jan 2017
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