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Wildly Delicious Chimichurri Argentinian Steak Sauce
350 mL
Wildly Delicious Chimichurri Argentinian Steak Sauce transports you instantly to Argentina, where this traditional condiment is a national favourite. Chimichurri is a mix of fresh cilantro, parsley, garlic, chilli, oil, and vinegar. This fragrant condiment is served on tables all across South America and Europe as a steak sauce. Also makes a great marinade!

Ingredients: Canola oil, lemon juice, white wine vinegar (contains sulphites), parsley, cilantro, shallots, oregano, sea salt, chilli flakes, black pepper, garlic powder, cayenne pepper, (xanthan gum, acacia gum [thickener]), potassium sorbate (preservative), citric acid.



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Sandra: a couple of weeks ago

Very tasty. Good to marinate vegetables, chicken, potatoes or whatever. I like spicy and this satisfies that.


Amy: a few months ago

This stuff is so good. Inspired me to start making this sauce at home. I'm so happy I found it online to purchase.


BT: a few months ago

Used it with steak. Amazing taste. I found it moderately spicy.


K: a few months ago

Great not just for meat, also really tasty on roasted potatoes!


Janna: a few months ago

Very tasty sauce! I would use it sparingly, though, as I find it to be spicy, maybe a 5 or 6 out of 10 (& I like things moderately spicy!)


maureen: more than a year ago

Really good.


MIREILLE: more than a year ago

My family really loved this sauce on steak.....it has a great flavor and would recommend this product.


K: more than a year ago

Got this as a stocking stuffer for my hubby and we both really like it. Excellent of steak, roast and stew. It's got great flavour and a bit of spice. The cilantro flavour is definate so not for anyone who doesn't like cilantro.

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