Argentina's Iconic Street Food

Choripán, short for "Chorizo con pan" or "sausage with bread," is a beloved traditional street food in Argentina and Uruguay. 

Its simplicity is its charm: a fresh baguette with savory chorizo, seasoned with mayo and chimichurri.

In Argentina and Uruguay, choripán is a staple offered by many vendors. The competitive spirit among asadores (barbecuers) has led to the creation of high-quality choripán, ensuring a delicious experience with every bite.

What makes choripán exceptional? It’s all in the ingredients: a soft bread roll, a generous layer of whole egg mayo, chimichurri, lettuce, fresh onion, and tomato, all topped with an authentic Argentine chorizo and extra chimichurri.

It's a simple dish, yet incredibly tasty!

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