Steak lovers, take your dinner-game to the next level with this easy recipe for steak with chimichurri sauce. Perfectly cooked sirloin steak, coated in a homemade tangy Argentinian chimichurri sauce - the perfect match for the rich beefy flavor.
Brush steaks with a little olive oil on each side. Heat a skillet over high heat and when hot, add the steaks. Season with salt and cook 2 minutes on each side for medium-rare, 3 minutes for medium and 4 minutes for well done.
Transfer steaks to a plate, cover them with foil to keep them warm and rest for 5 minutes.
What to do with the chimichurri sauce leftovers? Use it with other types of grilled meat like chicken or pork; stir a few tablespoons in ground beef skillets; toss it with veggies or even eat some with your morning eggs!
* To chop fresh herbs without making a mess, I add the herbs in a small glass and chop them using scissors. Quick and easy!
PS: don't be scared by the nutritional facts. The serving size is for a generous steak and the whole sauce (but you won't actually use all of it)
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