Chimichurri is a South American sauce that is similar to a nut-less Italian pesto but is more bold encompassing flavours like parsley, cumin, chilli and lemon juice.
Chimichurri is a marinade and sauce that hails from Argentina. It's excellent on steaks, and best used immediately.
Chimichurri is a great raw ingredient sauce recipe that originates in Argentina that can be served on steak or barbecue but also makes a good marinade.
Chimichurri is an Argentinian steak sauce based on parsley and garlic. Here it is served with lean pork kebabs.
Made in a bread machine this is a super easy bread recipe that has a unique taste based on the flavours of the famous Argentinean sauce Chimichurri.
Coriander, garlic, green chilli and lime make up this a versatile sauce, condiment, or marinade for any Hispanic meat, seafood, or bean dish.
This is the simplest way to make authentic Argentinean chimichurri. The greatest thing about authentic Argentinean food is that it is easy to make and hard to screw up!
Chimichurri is a green sauce (similar to salsa verde), which originates from Argentina and Uruguay. It's used as a seasoning and marinade for barbecued meat. This version is absolutely perfect, my husband is Argentinian and he absolutely fell in love with this.
This famous Argentinean sauce is perfect for any grilled foods. Fresh parsley, ground cumin, garlic and oregano are blended with hot sauce and red wine vinegar.
Parsley, garlic, tomato, and spices in red wine vinegar and olive oil make this a versatile condiment perfect with any Mediterranean dish.
This recipe combines beef tips with smoked paprika, chipotle, red wine vinegar and parsley for a unique Argentinean chimichurri main dish.