Chimichurris

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The Chimichurri burger (usually called "Chimi burger", "Dominican burger", or simply "chimi") is a traditional snack dish (sandwich) served in the Dominican Republic.

It is made from a ground pork or beef, which is sliced, grilled and served on a pan de agua (literally "water bread") and garnished with chopped cabbage. Salsa golf is also added.[1] This dish is made throughout the Dominican Republic and is usually sold on street stands.[1] Each vendor has their own recipe; flavors and ingredients can substantially vary the texture and taste of the chimichurris.[citation needed]

Outside the Dominican Republic[edit]

Chimichurris are popularly sold out of food trucks in the Dominican Republic and in various areas of the United States.[2] Such areas include: Washington Heights, Manhattan, New York; Corona, Queens, New York; Brooklyn, New York; Paterson, New Jersey; the Allapattah area of Miami, Florida; East and South Orlando, Florida; Lawrence, Massachusetts; north of San Antonio, Texas; and in Providence, Rhode Island.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Gutierrez, Sandra A. (2013). Latin American Street Food: The Best Flavors of Markets, Beaches, and Roadside Stands from Mexico to Argentina. UNC Press Books. p. 145. ISBN 9781469608815. Retrieved January 20, 2016.
  2. ^ "Chimichurri (Dominican Chimichurri Burger; Chimi Truck)".
  3. ^ "Broad Street Bounty: The Chimi Trucks of South Providence)".