What Is Chimichurri?
Chimichurri is the traditional steak sauce of Argentina, concocted and consumed by the Gauchos of the Pampas region. Its origins are unknown, but the stories say that the name comes from "tximitxurri" which loosely translates to "a mixture of several things in no particular order."
How to pronounce Chimichurri?
People often ask us: "how do you say chimichurri?" Super simple! Think Jimmy with a CH- in the beginning, and Churro but with a "ee" sound in the end.
Read out loud:
That last time around, you said it right! Simple isn't it?
How fresh is it?
We want you to enjoy Chimichurri in all its glory. We make it in small batches so that the goodnes in your jar is no older than 72 hours. We really make an effort to serve you chimichurri as fresh as possible so that you can enjoy it as much as we do.
How long will it last?
Shelf life: Chimichurri evolves in its flavor as it ages. This fresh stage lasts about 2 to 3 weeks when refrigerated, and about 7 days if not. Chimichurri is usually served aged. The ingredients cause a natural pickling process. We recommend that it is consumed within 6 months and be kept in cool dry place.
What is Chimichurri made of?
Our Chimichurri is made with fresh chopped parsley, Canola oil, vinegar, oregano, garlic, chili flakes, Guinea spice, Paprika peppers, and salt.
How do people eat it?
We have seen people pair chimichurri in delicious ways with various foods, often times in ways we didn't imagine.
We have seen people enjoy chimichurri on :
Bread, Rice, Soups, Pastas, Spaghetti, Red Meats, Poultry, Seafood, Roasted or Grilled Vegetables, Mixed in Salad as Dressings, Topping on Hummus, Eggs, Mixed in Potato Salad, On Sandwiches, as a Pizza Topping, and even Chips!
We encourage people to create their own delicious concoctions and share with us on Instagram or our Facebook page. Who knows? Your suggestion may become the latest and newest rage!
If you want to see some of the ways people eat their chimichurri, please check out our Instagram here