American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A sauce made of chopped fresh parsley seasoned with garlic, pepper, and herbs and bound with oil and vinegar.
- n. uncountable A sauce and marinade for grilled meat originally from Argentina, made from chopped parsley or cilantro, garlic, salt, pepper, onion, and paprika with olive oil.
- n. countable A traditional pork sandwich eaten as a snack in the Dominican Republic
- From Spanish chimichurri. Unknown etymology beyond that – proposed to be a corruption of English words or names, with various theories and oral traditions proposed. (Wiktionary)
- American Spanish. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Of course we know that chimichurri is an Argentine salsa, not a salsa mexicana.”
“The chimichurri is a South American preparation, a heavily herbed vinaigrette typically paired with beef.”
“The calamari $12 is tender, served with a green chimichurri sauce and fresh lemon.”
“The soy sauce tasted like, well, plain soy sauce, and the chimichurri tasted like oil mixed with parsley.”
“Agaton Strom for The Wall Street Journal Seitan chimichurri, shown here, is citrus-herb marinated seitan skewers.”
“For those skeptical of animal-free dining, Vynerib suggests trying the seitan chimichurri ($8 for three skewers).”
“I'm all about their chimichurri sandwich, sans the cheese ;”
“The menu features entrees priced at about $21, inspired by the markets and street vendors of Latin America, such as savory corn and pork tamales and papas fritas stuffed with Parmesan cheese and chimichurri.”
“My favorite was a Pan-Seared Loup de Mer $25; the sea bass filet was served with five sauces: romesco, chimichurri, verde, aji Amarillo, aji panca.”
“Mr. Trocca starts the lesson by showing me how to make chimichurri sauce, a mixture of flat-leaf parsley, garlic, onions, red pepper, dried sweet chili, olive oil and vinegar.”
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