Chimichurri Recipe:

Chimichurri Recipe:

Authentic Chimichurri From Uruguay & Argentina Is the Best Accompaniment to Any Barbecued or Grilled Meat!

Most recipe sites will swear that their Chimichurri is the best, most authentic chimichurri, and use words like ‘genuine,’ ‘real deal,’ or whatever words they can use to move up in Google search results. The truth is, there are so many variations in the world of Chimichurri, that it’s now difficult to say which is the closest to the most authentic recipe there is.

Chimichurri Sauce Recipe {most Flavorful!

The only Chimichurri recipe you’ll ever need! It’s incredibly vibrant and jam-packed with fresh flavor. It’s easy to make and it’s the best upgrade to meat and poultry. One of my go-to recipes and for good reason, it will always leave you craving more!

What Is Chimichurri Sauce?

Chimichurri is a condiment or marinade similar to pesto but rather it’s parsley and vinegar-based. It’s a common dish that you’ll find in South American and Central American countries such as Argentina and Mexico. (Source: www.cookingclassy.com)

Chimichurri is a popular Spanish “raw” sauce used for both marinades and to cook in and as a condiment, you add on the side of your dishes. Although it got its start in Argentina and Uruguay, its popularity has spread all over the globe, showing up in restaurants, the grocery, and even on some little ole blogger sites like mine.

What Is the Difference Between Chimichurri and Pesto?

Pesto and chimichurri sound about the same right? Green sauce, primarily made of herbs, garlic, and oil that you don’t have to cook. However, there are some key differences.

Is This Recipe Authentic?

Authentic Argentine Chimichurri is made with parsley and oregano, but no cilantro. I prefer the flavor of the added cilantro but to make it authentic you can omit the cilantro and replace with more parsley. The region my husband lived in also never served spicy food (even black pepper) so depending on the area red pepper flakes may not be authentic.

What Is Chimichurri?

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. It may also be served on the side or used as a marinade (highly recommended – best marinade ever). (Source: theforkedspoon.com)

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How Long Can You Keep Chimichurri?

You can make and refrigerate this chimichurri sauce a day or two ahead of serving. Like salad dressings with a high acid content, I’ve found the sauce keeps in the refrigerator for quite a while. When I make a batch of chimichurri sauce I usually keep the leftovers in the refrigerator for 1-2 weeks and have found it’s still good to go. But as always, use your discretion.

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