Chimichurri Marinade


Chimichurri Marinade is an authentic Argentinian sauce used to marinate beef or pork. This wonderful marinade can also be used on poultry or fish. It can be a little pricy to purchase a small jar that is already made in the store. But we have found that we love to make it ourselves, with a very similar outcome, and only a fraction of the cost.

Chimichurri Marinade

medium bowl

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fresh parsley
olive oil
red wine vinegar
kosher salt
ground black pepper
clove garlic
hot sauce (optional)

Chimichurri Marinade

Combine the vinegar, salt, pepper, olive oil and garlic (add hot sauce if desired). Slowly whisk in the until the marinade emulsifies. Stir in the parsley. Makes about 3/4 cup, which is enough for about 2 pounds of meat. Marinate with meat in a Ziploc bag.

Enjoy Chimichurri Marinade on any of your bold meat dishes!

Marinating meat can be done for a matter of a few hours or over night, the night before. Simply mix up the ingredients and soak in a Ziploc bag with the meat until the flavors have penetrated the meat. Marinating meat can turn your blah dishes into something quite tasty and delightful. You’ll be happy that you tried it out.

Link: How to Marinate

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Sarah is known for her extra fancy yeast breads, melt in your mouth pies, and everything salads. She has won awards as a home cook, and is passionate about helping others feel smarter in the kitchen. Sarah is the cooking genius of the sister duo.

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