Spicy Chimichurri Sauce. Spicy Chimichurri Sauce is a verdant condiment that's perfect on steak, chicken, and fish. It's also great as a marinade, a salad dressing, or a garnish on soups and stews. This version makes extra for storing in the freezer.
This herby, garlicky, tangy, spicy, and very green condiment is great on all kinds of grilled meats. Tips for Making the Best Chimichurri: Chop by Hand – For the best flavor and texture in chimichurri, you'll want to chop through the leaves without crushing them in a food processor. Use Fresh Garlic – fresh cloves of garlic will give the chimichurri sauce the spicy kick that you expect in chimichurri. You can have Spicy Chimichurri Sauce using 8 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Spicy Chimichurri Sauce
- You need 5 Oz. of Cooking Oil.
- It’s 1 Oz. of Red Vinegar.
- It’s 4 Oz. of Fresh Parsley.
- Prepare 3 Oz. of Dried Oregano.
- It’s 3 Oz. of Garlic.
- It’s 1 Oz. of Yellow Chili.
- Prepare To Taste of Black Pepper.
- Prepare To Taste of Salt.
Chimichurri is an uncooked sauce for grilled meats, or any type of meat or poultry in my opinion. Chimichurri originated in Argentina and is typically made with parsley, garlic, olive oil and vinegar. Adding spicy chimichurri – a traditional Argentinian sauce made with fresh parsley, garlic and olive oil – adds fresh, bold flavor. Served atop a grilled ribeye it's a classic dish, but also delicious accompanying chicken and seafood.
Spicy Chimichurri Sauce step by step
- Thinly mince the Garlic..
- Thinly mince the Parsley.
- Before you mix everything, crush a little bit the Oregano leaves so the aroma is released..
- Take the Yellow Chili and mince it thinly..
- Take a glass jar and mix well the Oregano, Parsley, Garlic and Oil. Shake very well and the add the Red Vinegar..
- Finally, add the Yellow Chili and shake again..
- Close the jar and store the mix inside the fridge for a day. If you use the chimichurri right after preparation, it will not pick up the spice. We hope you enjoy!.
In Argentina, many keep a jar of chimichurri sauce in the refrigerator. As it ages, it's vibrant color mellows, but it is still good. Argentine chimichurri sauce does not need to be made fresh at each serving. A traditional Argentinian chimichurri sauce is heavy on garlic and light on spice. This version is heavy on garlic and heavy on spice.