'chimichurri' on Serious Eats

The Asado Burger: All the Flavors of the Argentine Grill, on Bread

I've never been to a proper asado, the legendary grilling feast of the mountains of South America, but that doesn't mean I can't enjoy those flavors at home. It doesn't even mean I can't squeeze those flavors between two pieces of bread and transform them into a miraculous cheeseburger. Because I can, and I have. And it's enough to make a gaucho sweat with anticipation. More

Dinner Tonight: Ted Allen's Grilled Steak with Roasted Jalapeño Chimichurri

Chimichurri with steak is certainly not a new idea, and in fact it's probably the most common way that this Argentinian sauce is used (and they know a thing or two about steak in that country). The garlicky, herbal flavors marry beautifully with the richness and fattiness of steak, not to mention its visually stunning contrast of green against red. Flipping through this month's Esquire magazine, I was immediately drawn in by this variation on chimmichurry from Ted Allen's new book In My Kitchen. More

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