Chef Elizabeth Meinz's Chimichurri Sauce and Sour Milk Pancakes

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Today we've got Chef Elizabeth Meinz's recipe for the chimichurri sauce from Orange Table.

Chimichurri sauce is a variation of green sauce that originates from Argentina. It's served at Orange Table over grilled steak and eggs with two eggs, potatoes and toast, although some customers also like it over their hand-pulled corned beef hash.

Get the recipe after the jump.

Orange Table Chimichurri Sauce


4 bunches of cilantro
1 bunch of Italian flat leaf parsley
1 cup white wine vinegar
1 cup lime juice
1 cup olive oil
12 jalapeños (half seeded)
1 tablespoons of thyme
2 tablespoons of oregano
4 cloves of garlic


Combine and mix all ingredients in a blender.
Fold in scallions.

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