Matambre is a beef dish from Argentina. Of an Italian style, it is a rolled flank steak filled with vegetables, eggs and herbs that is then boiled or oven-roasted. It can be served warm as a dish, or cold as delicatessen meat. When sliced, the different vegetables make a colorful display. It is often eaten with chimichurri sauce. It is also known as a very "fatty" meat and is usually eaten with vegetables.
Although it is not the national dish it is extremely popular in Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. The term, a portmanteau of "mata" and "hambre" can be translated into English as "hunger killer", as it is often served as an appetizer.
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