Cantina's Chimi Churri Sauce and Marinade

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Heat:🔥 Born in Buenos Aires and made in my home town London UK by @cantinaeats. This sauce and marinade is definitely one of the more original that I've reviewed. Here's what I thought of their Chimi Churri!

_ 👁 Love the whole look, it's been designed properly. From the interesting and playful colour scheme to the tinted bottle this is pleasing to look at. I like how even though the bottle is tinted it's not too dark so you can still see the contents. The fonts work particularly the name of the sauce itself. I'd go as far as to say this is the best looking bottle I've reviewed thus far. _ 👅 This is really interesting. It's definitely all natural, you just need to taste it, plus the oil they've used is good quality which is important. The first note you get is the blend of herbs, namely that fresh parsley taste followed by the more savoury oregano. Then you get the garlic and the vinegar, which is perfectly balanced. Not too overpowering. The chilli is very very subtle but there and just brings out the other flavours. What I would say is this feel more like a marinade than a table sauce to me as the fresh ingredients just get better with cooking. _ 👭 I road tested this by marinating chicken for over a day and then grilling it. Boy it was good, so put this with any BBQ food for sure. I also had a little test with some cod goujons that I oven baked and that worked too. So much more versatile than it might first appear. _ 🍕 It's a bit too thick to dip easily, see the video and getting it out the bottle. Back to my marinating point. This is best cooked in my opinion so use to enhance flavour in things over heat, smother and cover.



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