How to Make Chimichurri Sauce

Originating in Argentina and Uruguay, chimichurri is an uncooked condiment that is typically served brushed, basted, or spooned onto food (most often meat like chicken and steak) as it cooks.

Chimichurri Sauce

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What Goes In Chimichurri Sauce?

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Key Ingredients: – Fresh Flat-Leaf Parsley – Garlic – Extra Virgin Olive Oil – Dried Oregano Swipe up for the full list!

If you have a food processor: Add everything to your food processor except the olive oil. Process until finely minced. Do not over mince.

How To Make Chimichurri Sauce


Transfer to a bowl and add the extra virgin olive oil. Combine and, if time allows, let it sit for at least 15 minutes before seasoning with salt.


How To Make Chimichurri Sauce

Best served at room temperature.


How To Make Chimichurri Sauce

If you don't own a food processor: Simply chop all the the ingredients up very finely and combine with extra virgin olive oil.


How To Make Chimichurri Sauce

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