It originates from Argentina. This green paste is generally made from parsley, garlic, oregano and vinegar. However, there are many myths surrounding the origin of the name. Perhaps it's a malapropism of "Jimmy's Curry", the purported inventor. Or maybe the word is also related to the Basque "tximitxurri", which freely translated means "hodgepodge" – a mix of different things. Whatever its origin, chimichurri is a very hot sauce that goes wonderfully with grilled meat and comes in different variations throughout South America and Mexico. We have created our own recipe to go with beef rib eye steak.
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How it's done
Mix the vinegar with all the other ingredients.
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