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Street Food Hamburger ║ Dominican Chimichurri

Posted on November 05 2019


The Dominican Chimichurri is a traditional and very popular street food sold out of food trucks in the Dominican Republic and in many places in the United States. Anywhere were there are Hispanic communities such as: Washington Heights, Manhattan, New York; Corona, Queens, New York; Brooklyn, New York; Paterson, New Jersey; the Miami NW area, El barrio Dominicano, Florida; East and South Orlando, Florida; Lawrence, Massachusetts; north of San Antonio, Texas; and in Providence, Rhode Island tend to sale Chimi Burgers on the streets. The Chimi it is made from ground pork or beef, or a Combination of the two and sometimes they are made from pork sauces too. They ground or slice the meat than, grilled and served on a sort of pan de agua (literally "water bread") and instead of letters, they use chopped cabbage. The secret for the chopped cabbage is on the sauce. A particular sauce called Salsa Rosada or Pink Sauce is added to the chopped cabbage. It is made using Ketchup, Mayonnaise, Worcestershire sauce and the juice of half a orange. This particular and traditional sauce has been lost in time because most of the street vendors has developed their own recipes; flavors and combination of ingredients that substantially change the texture and Flavor of the chimichurris.


1 pound of Ground Sirloin Steak

1 pound of Organic Naturally rise beef

4 Round Chicago Hamburger type bread

1/2 cup of cilantro shopped 3 clove of garlic mince

1/2 cup of grounded Oregano

2 Cubanela pepers

1 Onion

1 Beef Tomato

4 cups of Green Cabbage

1/2 cup of mayonnesa

1/2 cup of tomato ketchup

1/4 cup of Worcestershire sauce

1/2 orange (Juice only)

2 Tbsp of Olive Oil

2 Tbsp of Sea Salt

Black pepper to your taste


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