SambaFlavor Takes Taste of Chimichurri to USA

The folks at SambaFlavor.com want to introduce you to Chimichurri, an Argentenian spice creation perfect for late summer grilling.

John Scott Lewinskiby John Scott Lewinski

Chimichurri is a spicy sauce combo forged in Argentina where fire grilled meat is always king.

Even as the summer grilling season winds down, you still have time to try some new creations over your BBQ fire.

For a little more adventurous grilling inspired by the South American love for fire-grilled meat, the chefs and marketing team over at SambaFlavor.com would like to recommend their Chimichurri products. While it might sound like the name of a long-passed Japanese animated kid’s show, Chimichurri is an Argentinean spice creation including some blending of parsley, garlic, olive oil, oregano and vinegar.

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Whether you get a hold of Chimichurri as The resulting taste is rich, savory and piquant without becoming too spicy or overpowering the natural flavors of the entrée. It’s fair game for chicken, beef, pork or anything else your butcher can throw at you. SambaFlavor offers Chimichurri in sauces, dry rubs and seasoning mixes. They sometimes throw in some Jalapeño or mix Chimichurri into butter. The variety invites you, as the aspiring grill master, to work the Chimichurri flavor into the mix however you can manage.