What does Chimichurri taste like?
Chimichurri has a refreshing taste of parsley and Origano combined with the pungency of garlic.
Culinary use of chimichurri spice
Chimichurri Spice is for the typical Argentinean Sauce for grill meat. This spice blend is not only used to make the delicate and famous Argentinean herb sauce called Chimichurri itself, used to marinate meat. In Argentina, they use it mainly as a sauce for steak. But you can even use it to marinate meat such as chicken and fish. Put the meat to be marinated in a plastic bag with a little olive oil and 1-2 tsp steak seasoning. Shake everything vigorously and leave your steak to marinate in the fridge overnight. One hour before grilling, take the meat out of the refrigerator, so that the meat is at room temperature before being grilled.
This spice preparation is also suitable for delicate flavoring dips for vegetables. To do this, take a cup of curd cheese and stir in some pampa steak seasoning.
You can also use this steak spice to make herbal butter. To do this, take some soft butter and mix in some seasoning, roll everything in baking paper, and put it back in the fridge. Before serving, cut small Taler herb butter for everyone.
Recipe Chimichurri from fresh herbs
Would you like to make the typical Argentinian chimichurri sauce? For this, you need the following ingredients:
Preparation - Instructions
- 1. Clean the fresh herbs under running water and let them drain.
- 2. Pluck herbs and chop finely
- 3. Put all ingredients in a blender or mortar and chop.
- 4. Your Sauce should have the consistency of a pesto
- After you have seasoned the Sauce with salt, pepper & chili, put it in the fridge
Now you have time to prepare your steak
Ingredients: onion, pepper, parsley, garlic, sugar, salt, oregano, bell pepper
Allergens: May contain traces of celery and mustard