This recipe is a keeper. Easy to make and good beef or pork roasts and steaks. Try it on new boiled potatoes. Yummy!
Fantastic! Even better then Chili's! I used cilanro instead of parsley and lime instead of lemon. I also skipped the onion as my husband is not a fan. I was able to replicate my favorite fajitas from Chili's :-)
Just made it for dinner, I kept adding more and more to my plate. Finally I brought the food processor bowl over to the table to save the trip. I actually topped it over a simple baked tilapia and it was great!!! It was tangy and fresh and summery. I loved the raw red onion. My only teeny tiny comment is the prep time, with preminced garlic this only took me about 5 minutes to make!
Great. I originally had this a Chilis and LOVED IT so I wanted to try it. THANKS
oh my gosh, this recipe is DIVINE! tastes even better than it does at any restaurant!! this chimuchurri recipe is sooo simple, so quick, and it smells and tastes fantastic. we have served it up with rare red meat- tri-tip, flank steak, and even rib-eyes and it truly brightens up these dishes. this is wonderful to use for a dinner party and to be served with an argentinian wine! thanks for the recipe!
This is so awwweeessoomme!!!!!! The aroma alone is heavenly. I also added the oil in a slow thin stream to emulsify it. This is going on my list of "Food So Good It Makes You Want to Cry".
An amazing chimichurri recipe - DH and I compare it to those in our favorite restaurants, and we both prefer this. I juice the whole lemon, and I use a small shallot in place of the onion. I also slowly pour in the olive oil after processing the rest of the ingredients to emulsify it - I think that's part of why we like it better since the flavor is distributed evenly.
This is very good, but not quite the flavor I was searching for that I had in another recipe. Thanks so much for sharing!!! :O)
Very good! It would be nice to have a stronger flavor but not sure what should be added...