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Chimichurri Rice & Grain Fusion

Chimichurri Rice and Grain Fusion celebrates the traditional flavors of Argentinian cuisine. The herby and savory chimichurri sauce adds tang, depth and freshness to the textural grain medley.

· Herbaceous with multi-grain texture and heartiness

· Delicious as a side dish or a main dish with roasted vegetables for a vegetarian meal

Price: $106.30
$0.66 / Ounce

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Suggested uses

  • Serve with braised beans for a flavorful side dish

  • Add healthy serving of steamed vegetables for hearty vegetarian meal

  • Sauté beef or lamb with peppers onions and herbs for a tasty stir fry

  • Pair with simply prepared grilled Beef, seafood, chicken or lamb

  • Use as a poultry stuffing

  • Use instead of pasta or rice anytime

  • Basic prep

    Boil 2 cups water with 1 cup Chimichurri Rice & Grain Fusion. Reduce heat, cover and simmer until water is evaporated, about 10-15 minutes.

    Storage & handling

    Store in a dry, cool place.

    Ingredients

    Rice, Quinoa, Millet seed, Kaniwa, Spinach, Contains 2% or less of Spices (including parsley, oregano, cilantro, basil), Salt, Onion, Sunflower oil, Dried chiles, Garlic, Potassium chloride, Paprika, Tomatillo powder, Red wine vinegar powder (Maltodextrin, red wine vinegar), Citric acid.

    Chimichurri Rice and Grain Fusion celebrates the traditional flavors of Argentinian cuisine. The herby and savory chimichurri sauce adds tang, depth and freshness to the textural grain medley, making it the perfect accompaniment to your summer barbeque feast.

    Though the exact origins of chimichurri sauce are a bit unclear, food historians do believe that it was invented by Argentinian ‘gauchos’ or nomadic horsemen and cowherds who used the sauce to flavor their meat that they cooked over open fires. With a lore and folk heroism similar to the American cowboy or Caribbean pirates, gaucho culture really flourished from the mid-18th to mid-19th century in Argentina and Uruguay. Gaucho culture produced its own distinct music, literature (known as ‘la literatura gauchesca’), and culinary tradition that’s since become inextricable from Argentinian culture as a whole. Though gaucho culture has evolved, modern cowhands still often wear the traditional gaucho uniform.

    Chimichurri Rice and Grain Fusion is the perfect side dish to your favorite grilled meats or fish. It also can be delicious in salads along with beans, fresh onion, and fresh cilantro for a hearty, filling, and nutritious take on a veggie dish.