My brother sent me this recipe recently. It was originally intended as a meat marinade, but I found it makes a great salad dressing and veggie dipping sauce. I would love to hear if anyone can come up with other great things to pair with this recipe.
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Recipe Directions

mix everything but oil in food processor, mix two or 3 times pushing it down from the sides. Start processor and drizzle in olive oil and mix.

prep; 2 min

total; 3 minutes

This will last for at least a week, but probably 2 or 3 weeks.

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My brother sent me this recipe recently. It was originally intended as a meat marinade, but I found it makes a great salad dressing and veggie dipping sauce. I would love to hear if anyone can come up with other great things to pair with this recipe.

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I'm so excited to have come across this recipe! thanks catbird!

My friends mother makes this(don't know her recipe as it's a family secret) and I'm absolutely in love with it, been adding it to salad dressing and anything savory everyday! LOVE IT!

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I bet this would taste great drizzled on sliced heirloom tomatoes .

If you wanted to gild the lily, you could make some sort of raw cheese of cashews or macadamia nuts, put a dab on each tomato slice and drizzle with the chimichurri sauce. It would be reminiscent of those salads with tomatoes, mozzarella, and herbs that you get in Italian restaurants.

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I'm so excited to try this. I used to have Chimichurri when I lived in Colombia, S.A. They used it as a sauce to put on their carne asada. It was awesome! Hope it tastes similar!

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