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    Is it possible to can chimichurri?

    MarianaVL
    Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:20 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hello!!

    I am new to the world of canning and preserving food and, though I've been reading a lot, I am trying to figure out whether it is possible or not to can and preserve chimichurri sauce. I am hoping the experts out there will be able to help me.

    Thanks!
    Mariana
    Molly53
    Wed Apr 03, 2013 2:23 pm
    Forum Host
    MarianaVL wrote:
    Hello!!

    I am new to the world of canning and preserving food and, though I've been reading a lot, I am trying to figure out whether it is possible or not to can and preserve chimichurri sauce. I am hoping the experts out there will be able to help me.

    Thanks!
    Mariana
    I suspect that chimichurri sauce isn't a good candidate for canning for several reasons, Mariana. If you find yourself unable to make it fresh, freezing is probably your better option.

    If you do decide to freeze it, consider using ice cube trays to make individual servings. Once frozen, pop the cubes of sauce out and store them in a Ziploc baggie.

    Zeldaz
    Wed Apr 03, 2013 2:47 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    I'd freeze it, too, you'd lose all that zing and freshness by heating it to boiling.
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