- 500 GRAM FLOUR
- 50 GRAM BUTTER, soft
- 1 TSP YEAST
- 1 EGG
- 3 TBSP SUGAR
- 1 TSP SALT
- 50 GRAM RAISINS
- 50 GRAM DRIED CURRANTS
- 1/2 TSP CINNAMON
- 1/2 TSP NUTMEG, grated
- 2 FRENCH BREADS, sliced lengthwise
- 250 GRAM CHORIZO, sliced
- 100 GRAM GHERKINS, sliced
- 2 ENDIVES, cut
- 1 TBSP SUGAR
- 2 TBSP MUSTARD
Mix the flour, butter, eggs, sugar, salt, yeast, nutmeg and cinnamon
and with 1 1/4 cup water and knead for 5 minutes. Add the raisins and
currants and knead 1 minute more. Allow the dough to rise for one hour.
Put the dough in a round greased baking pan and let it rise one hour
more. Bake the bread 40 minutes in the oven at 180 degrees
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Stir fry the endives
5 minutes, add the sugar. Open the breads. Distribute first the gherkins
over the bread, followed by the chorizo, the endives and the mustard.
Put the bread in the oven at 180 degrees
Celsius for 5 minutes.
Choripan was probably
invented in Argentina
but is also served in other parts of
South and Middle America
like Cuba. Chori is the
first part of chorizo and pan is crusted bread. Originally it is served
with fried onion instead of endives.