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Tango restaurant bread dipping sauce recipe

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We ate at Tango in Arlington last night The red dipping sauce for bread was spectacular They graciously gave me the ingredient list, but not the proportions Anyone have any idea of what the actual recipe is???

msmouser

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  1. Don't assume readers know what state "your" Arlington is in.

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    1. re: greygarious

      D'accordo! (I agree!) I assume that it is in TX?

      1. re: ChiliDude

        I believe it's in Massachusetts. An Argentinian restaurant.

      2. re: greygarious

        Sorry, I thought you would recognize my moniker, msmouser, and know that I live in the "greater Lexington, MA area"!!!! Tango is in Arlington, MA

        msmouser

      3. Why not share the ingredient list?

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        1. re: wyogal

          I have no idea what is dried and what is fresh on this list; this is the list was given:
          garlic, parsley, red pepper flakes, oregano, bay leaf, red wine vinegar, olive oil, paprika.
          I've done a little research on my own, and discovered that the sauce is almost certainly a variant of chimichurri, made red by the addition of paprika. I will get the proportions for various Argentinian and Latin American cookbooks.
          Thanks,
          msmouser