Chimichurri's origin lies in Argentina, but this mouth-watering sauce for grilled meat and sausages is also a popular cond...
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This is indeed delicious! My favourite way to have it is on grilled halibut, but I will drizzle it on crackers with cheese, use as a dip for tortilla chips, etc. I found I can reduce the salt to 3/4 T and add more later if needed.
If you bring this to a potluck, be prepared to give out copies of the recipe!
Chimichurri is one of my favorite sauces. Mine is a bit simpler with just red wine vinegar, garlic, flat leaf parsley, red onion, olive oil, and red pepper flakes. Now I am looking forward to trying this version.
The first time I used Chimichurri Sauce was on Vacio Steak. This steak is very popular in Argentina and I first tried it based on the recommendation of Sebastian at Sebastian & Co., a butcher shop in West Vancouver. Vacio has become my steak of choice when it is available. Just slow cook it on the BBQ at the lowest temperature possible for about 2 hours. A nice dark crusts forms on the outside and it will be medium rare on the inside. Can't wait to try Vacio with this recipe for Chimichurri.
Your recipe sounds delicious too - there are so many variations of chimichurri and they are all so yummy.
I loved the beef in South America. It has such a different flavor and there are so many different cuts that you can't usually get here. Thanks for the name of your butcher shop. We'll be sure to check it out. Happy cooking!
I heard of this sauce quite sauce time ago and have looked for the recipe in vain, thanks to you here it is. I love the Rouxbe Website. Since joining my kitchen has been turning out more good food than ever.
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Made this for the first time today and on the initial tasting, the vinegar was absolutely overpowering and it was way too "herby". But after a few hours in a jar in the refrigerator, the flavors mellowed and blended and the taste was fantastic. Dinner guests raved about it with thin sliced pan-roasted tri-tip, but it could go with almost anything and be delicious.