Argentinean preparation is simple but is all about the cooking technique. These ribs cook better on a rotisserie as they self-baste for maximum flavor and juiciness. If you're going to cook this recipe on a grill, add some charcoal or hardwood to add more flavor to the ribs. If you do not have a rotisserie set-up, you can simply cook these directly on the grill. Allow the chimichurri to rest at least 2 hours before serving – this will allow time for the flavors to marry together. The chimichurri is a delicious spread that adds a zest to any Argentinian style dish, and this makes a great topping for the slow roasted ribs. This can also be a great topping for grilled chicken breast, lamb or fish.
For the chimichurri: Add the parsley, basil, oregano, onion, garlic, bell pepper, lime zest, oil, vinegar, salt and pepper to a food processor. Pulse together till your desired texture is reached. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours before serving.
For the ribs: Set up a grill with charcoal. Once the coals are white-hot, place some smoked hardwood on top of the coals to create some smoke.
Sprinkle the ribs liberally with the salt and pepper on both sides. If using a rotisserie, thread the ribs on spit/skewers so they are stacked up and threaded neatly.
Once the fire has settled, place the ribs over the fire and turn on the rotisserie. Cook for 1 to 2 hours until desired doneness and the ribs have an internal temp of 190 degrees F. Serve immediately off the rotisserie with the chimichurri sauce.