Argentinians like to eat meat. An Asado, or Parrillada, is a traditional Argentine barbecue that represents the nation’s culinary identity. The Asado is usually a large social gathering where all types of meat are grilled over an open flame, which traditionally includes several kinds of grilled beef, sausages, black pudding, kidneys, liver, tripe, and sweetbreads. Since we have no doubt you are not interested in offal, we will be providing Black Angus Hanger Steak. The steak will be served with a freshly made Chimichurri sauce, which is a parsley and vinegar based condiment. The steak will be served with Sweet Potato Fries with Merkén Aoili and a traditional side salad. Merkén is a Chilean seasoning used by the indigenous Mapuche Indians and is made from Goat’s Horn chile (aji cacho de cabra), which is mildly spicy and smoky, but not as strong as chipotles.
Time to Cook: 30 min.
Cook by Day: Tuesday *Let us know at checkout if you are not cooking on the day of delivery and certain items will be left unprepped.
Items included (serves 2)
*Menu items subject to
slight variation based on the availability of fresh ingredients; Picture is not
necessarily representative of final dish
Contains (including add-ons): We store, portion, and package
various meal kits containing all eight (8) major allergens (milk, wheat, egg,
soy, fish, shellfish, peanuts, and tree nuts) and cannot guarantee that
cross-contamination will not occur between kits.