brown it , in a pan and mix in some roarita refried beans and make some bean hot bean dip , mix in jalapenos and some frito scoops and ice cold beer to wash down the heat. Iguess you could add some cheese and crushed bacon
Chorizo con papas is a nice alternative to chorizo con huevo. Crispy home fries, well drained sauteed chorizo, fresh pico de gallo all rolled up in a toasted flour tortilla. Breakfast with coffee or campfire with cerveza it's versatile.
Next time that you buy chorizo get Chorizo de San Manuel AKA "Guerra's Brand". I wrote a short piece on them for Saveur magazine a few years ago and you wouldn't believe the quality. Never frozen pork trucked down to the RG Valley from Iowa, spices toasted and ground on site, immaculate processing facilities and the chorizo is never frozen until you do, if you do. All the other brands are pretenders.
X2 with the Guerra's. Used H&H for many years until the texture changed (needed to run it through a fine grinder before cooking) Tried many brands before finding Guerra's and it is excellent. Have tried pork and beef and both are very good.
Chorizo is not suppose to spoil. People in old Mexico hang it in their kitchens for months and it does not spoil. The reason it spoils in your firdge is because you keep it in the plasict container. Get rid of the plastic bag (not the casing) put it in a plate and let it air out to dry some. You may keep it in the fridge. The taste will much better. My favorite is Chorizo de San Manuel.