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chimichurri sauce

an Argentinian sauce made fresh herbs, oil and vinegar. So quick and easy to make, but delivers so much fresh zingy flavour. 

usually seen served on steaks, but it can do so much more. 

use it as a marinade, drizzle it over chicken, fish, grilled veg.

stir it into pasta, on burgers, as a dipping sauce, dressing..... 


  • small bunch of coriander

  • small bunch of parsley

  • 1/2 tsp dried oregano

  • 2 garlic cloves

  • 1 red onion 

  • 1 red chilli

  • 5 tbsp mountain produce welsh cold pressed sunflower dressing oil

  • 2 tbsp handleys apple cider vinegar. flavour of your choice ( or red wine vinegar)

  • sea salt and pepper

  • lemon or lime juice


  • chop the herbs finely and add them to a bowl with the dried oregano

  • chop the garlic and onion finely and add them to the bowl

  • de-seed the chilli and then chop it finely and add it to the bowl

  • add the vinegar to the bowl. i recommend the handleys blackcurrant apple cider vinegar, but any flavour works, alternatively a good quality red or white wine vinegar is fine

  • add the welsh cold pressed sunflower oil to the bowl whilst stirring, add as much or little as you need to make the consistency you like.

  • add a generous pinch of welsh sea salt and a few twists of black pepper

  • add a squeeze of lemon or lime juice to taste 

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