Chimichurri Steak Dressing & Marinade
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This Argentinean spice mixture is full of wonderful flavor, but isn't nearly as spicy as other Latino seasonings. We handcraft this blend from tomato powder, red bell peppers, paprika, Aleppo chiles, arrowroot, garlic, parsley, cumin, minced green onion, cracked bay and Mexican oregano.
Tomato powder, red bell peppers, paprika, Aleppo chiles, arrowroot, garlic, parsley, cumin, minced green onion, cracked bay and Mexican oregano
Although this blend can be used as a seasoning for ground beef or pork, it is traditionally made into a dressing for grilled meats. We find that it also makes a great marinade and suggest marinating for 4 hours. To make the dressing mix 4 tbsp. spice with 1/2 cup olive oil, 1 cup warm water and 1 cup wine vinegar or balsamic vinegar (or 1/2 cup wine and 1/2 cup vinegar). The longer you steep the dressing the more accentuated the flavors will become. We suggest 12 hours. As a dressing or a marinade this also can be served warm, try reducing over a medium high heat for a warm, thicker dressing to top grilled meats or vegetables.