Chef John's Chimichurri Sauce
This herby, garlicky, tangy, spicy, and very green condiment is great on all kinds of grilled meats.
Chimichurri is a famous herb sauce from Argentina that goes well with grilled steak or other meats or vegetables, and this easy version takes only a few minutes to mix up.
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!
Parsley, garlic, tomato, and spices in red wine vinegar and olive oil make this a versatile condiment perfect with any Mediterranean dish.
Chimichurri is an Argentinian uncooked herb sauce that comes in two types: green and red chimichurri. Green chimichurri is made of olive oil, red wine vinegar, finely chopped parsley, oregano, and garlic, and seasonings.
These roasted potatoes are a great side dish all year round, and the chimichurri flavor helps them stand up to grilled and roasted meats very well.
This fresh and tasty vegetarian sauce made with red peppers, parsley, and oregano is an extremely versatile condiment. Great on sandwiches, used in place of enchilada sauce or salsa, or used as a marinade. This simple recipe makes a large quantity that can be kept refrigerated for 2 weeks.
Pork loin filet is marinated in chimichurri sauce then roasted for this easy, elegant main course.
Herbs and spices are added to olive oil, sherry vinegar, and lemon juice, then whirred in a blender or food processor. The sauce can be used as a marinade.
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.