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Chimichurri Seasoning

While its origin is unknown, people have been talking about this blend for ages! It has become the only seasoning for grilled meats and chorizo sausage in Argentina and Uruguay, and the most popular marinade for meats in Nicaragua. Use as a dry rub, or blend with olive oil and red wine vinegar for a simple marinade to give a punch of flavor to anything you are grilling. It's also a wonderful addition to fajitas and wet burritos, or in any dish where you crave some south-of-the-border flare.
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$3.50

Blended from paprika and other spices, salt, onion powder, garlic powder, vinegar powder (maltodextrin, modified food starch, vinegar), soybean oil and silicon dioxide. 

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