My salad is a gathering of all Spanish cultures in one dish. I lived in Colombia for a few years and traveled to Costa Rica, Venezuela, Panama, etc. where I learned more about their culture through the flavor of their dishes. Right now, I live here in the USA, in NY which is the melting pot of the world, and I continue learning about more cultures and powerful flavors such as from Mexico, Peru, Argentina, etc.
Recipe courtesy of Nancy Cabrera
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Let any cooked ingredients cool and then combine all the ingredients. Drizzle with more extra virgin olive oil if necessary. Garnish with slices of sour orange and chopped cilantro. Serve and enjoy!

Cook's Note

For the chimichurri, place in a food processor cilantro, parsley, garlic cloves, vinegar, extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper and process until all chopped.

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