chimichurri


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chim·i·chur·ri

 (chĭm′ē-cho͝or′ē)
n.
A sauce made of chopped fresh parsley seasoned with garlic, pepper, and herbs and bound with oil and vinegar.

[Argentinian and Uruguayan Spanish, of unknown origin.]
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It was overdone, but wasn't overseasoned as the chimichurri added the necessary brightness.
Executive Chef Josefinna Vallve has curated a five-course menu featuring treats such as sea bass with leche de tigre dressing and sweet potato; tostada al pastor chicken and pineapple chimichurri with guacamole and sour cream; homemade grilled beef chorizo; and roasted bell peppers.
It features beef patties, lettuce, tomato, pickles, chimichurri mayo, Cheddar & GruyAaAaAeA?
Patrick's Day, Glazed Blueberry and Meyer Lemon Scones for Easter, Broccoli Kugel for Rosh Hashanah, Zomberoni Pizza Faces for Halloween, Eggplant Chimichurri Kabobs for the Fourth of July, Burrito Potato Salad for Cinco de Mayo, and Gumbo Z'herbes for Mardi Gras.
Serve immediately, accompanied with bread and chimichurri.
Tuck into small plates like bone marrow with chimichurri and queso fresco at Centra Bar & Kitchen (centroreno.
50) which comes with smoked bacon, smashed avocado, Swiss cheese, tomato jam, chimichurri and mustard mayo.
Sincioco also related how, for dinner one evening, she 'augmented' the serving of Chicken Chimichurri by tucking extra portions under the chicken breast.
As a next course, you will be served with family-style starters to share such as the creamy burrata bruschetta, steak skewers with a kick of chimichurri sauce, and individually plated homemade fresh pasta (the chef's special of the week).
Steak and chimichurri sauce is a classic combination, but pickled jalapeEos give it a modern twist.
Done medium rare in my case, it was served with cilantro aioli, a dollop of mojo - the Spanish herb butter - on top and the classic chimichurri sauce.