Raúl Musibay: This is the sauce you see served at Miami restaurants.
Glenn Lindgren: It's a very garlicky, sour sauce that tastes great on a hot fresh chip!
Jorge Castillo: Once you've had chips this way, you'll never want to eat a plain chip again.
No chip is complete without this garlicky sauce.
INGREDIENTS:8 cloves garlic
Place the garlic, cilantro leaves, lime juice, and white vinegar in a food processor and puree until thoroughly chopped.
Heat the olive oil in a small saucepan until hot, but not smoking. Remove pan from heat. Pour the pureed garlic and cilantro leaf mixture into the hot oil, whisking constantly for a minute or two.
Serve warm. The sauce should have an intense garlic/sour flavor. Use a fresh, hot mariquita to test!
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