- This sauce works well as a dipping sauce "on the side" or a dollop right on top. Try it with baked or air fried tofu, tempeh, vegetables, potatoes, rice, quinoa, as a sandwich spread, on top of grilled portobello mushrooms, or as an amazing dip for bread. It's very versatile and will go with many different dishes.
- To use as a marinade: Check out this recipe for 'Baked Tempeh with Chimichurri Sauce' for instructions.
- Mortar and Pestle Instructions: Add the garlic, olive oil and shallot first and crush until blended. All all remaining ingredients and crush with the pestle until blended thoroughly. This is a fun way to make this sauce and will bring out the flavors in a different way.
Serving: 2tablespoons | Calories: 130kcal | Carbohydrates: 4.8g | Protein: 1.1g | Fat: 12.8g | Sodium: 207.5mg | Sugar: 1.2g