I was shown this recipe for choricitos a la sidra -- small chorizo sausages cooked in cider. From the pictures it's not obvious if the sausage used is fresh (raw) or cured (ready to eat).
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I'm thinking that there's not much sense in boiling cured choricitos (if such thing even exists) and the recipe implies raw sausage. However, I'm hoping to learn from those more familiar with Spanish/Portuguese cuisine: what's the usual way of making choricitos a la sidra -- from raw or cured chorizo?