Choriço Egg Rolls

Choriço “Goan Pork Sausages” is our most cherished ingredient. This recipe is from Judeline who is a friend of mine. She told me that this dish was prepared by her Nana (Grandma) when she was a kid and this dish would be prepared very often at their home as a snack or during breakfast time.

I fell in love with the recipe and told her I would put it up, it was super easy and quick to make. I had not eaten it before until she made it for us. This is what I call “a purely Goan-home cooked dish, with love passed on from generation to generation”.

Try it for breakfast or as a snack or as an accompaniment during lunch or dinner or just with a pint of beer… Do give this recipe a try and let me know what you think about it.


30 pieces of goan sausages beads

2 onions sliced lengthwise

5-6 Eggs


Peel the outer casing of the Choriço and remove the filling.

In a pan put a tsp. of oil and add the onions and fry till its soft brown, then add the choriço, and fry it gently till the meat is fried and cooked through.

Remove the  Choriço mixture and set it aside

Leave a bit of the Choriço oil and Remove excess oil from the pan and set it aside

Beat one egg and add it to the  Choriço oil and fry it on both sides.

Put the Choriço mixture in the middle of the of the fried egg.

Roll the egg up.

Use the remainder of the Choriço  oil to fry up the eggs and keep repeating it till you finish using the Choriço mixture.

Enjoy it hot !!

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