Chimichurri is an Argentine sauce. You can use it in a zillion ways — as a vinaigrette over salad, as a marinade for fish, poultry or meat, etc.
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This is an easy and interesting salad (or relish) for the side of a plate. With a combination of sweet, sour and salty tastes, it’s very much along the lines of Medieval or Roman food.
This is a fresh tomato sauce (as opposed to cooked.) Serve as you would a relish, particularly with Mexican food.
If you’re jaded and think you are bored of fresh salads, try this. It’s got every flavour and texture happening.
This is a really flexible dish. You can serve it hot as a side dish, or refrigerate it and serve it cold as part of an antipasto assortment, or as a side-condiment to roasted meats.
This combines all the great Italian flavours with the colours of the Italian flag: red, white and green.
This fabulous composed salad is almost a meal in itself. The strong, zippy taste and fresh look will tempt flagging appetites in the summer heat — but the salad is also hearty enough to be satisfying in the winter.