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Morcilla de Cebolla

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$5.80

Morcilla de Cebolla Doña Juana
Each contain 2 links - Aprox. 8oz

Blood Sausage with Onions similar to the French boudin noir.
A vital ingredient in the fabada stew from Asturias, Spain.

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    Morcilla de Cebolla Doña Juana
    Each contain 2 links - Aprox. 8oz

    Blood Sausage with Onions similar to the French boudin noir.
    A vital ingredient in the fabada stew from Asturias, Spain.

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How is morcilla served?
Grill, broil or sauté in olive oil. Server as a hot tapa. Ideal for flavoring legumes, rice dishes, casseroles and stuffed pastries. Essential for making Fabada Asturiana and other stews (cocidos).

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05/16/2020

Morcilla

I make mine with my pinto beans and eat it with french bread. Delicious

    08/06/2019

    Not much tasten

    I dint like it not like Spanish morcillas dint taste that great the ones from la tienda are more like Spanish morcillas

      12/04/2018

      Best blood sausage

      This is a staple in my fridge. I use it for my stews like cocido, fabada, callos and even for my cassoulets. Its holds up pretty well when fried and used as topping for montaditos. I tried a different blood sausage (german) but it just melted away when fried.

        03/10/2018

        The Best

        This is the best Morcilla I've ever had. Its high quality, USA source makes it a perfect addition to Cocido (Spanish Traditional Stew/Soup).

        I deep fried some in canola oil and ate it wrapped in a soft tortilla shell. You can also fry it in a skillet, turning often too.

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          Morcilla de Cebolla

          Morcilla de Cebolla

          Morcilla de Cebolla Doña Juana
          Each contain 2 links - Aprox. 8oz

          Blood Sausage with Onions similar to the French boudin noir.
          A vital ingredient in the fabada stew from Asturias, Spain.

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