Dhaniya Pudina Chutney | Green Coriander and Mint Chutney

On Wednesday, 21 November 2007 15:29

Dhaniya Pudina Chutney also known as the Green/Hari Chutney. This chutney is made from fresh coriander and mint leaves along with green chillies, ginger and lemon and a dash of sugar that gives this chutney a unique flavor. This Dhaniya Pudina Chutney recipe is a favorite Indian accompaniment for SamosasDhoklasVada Pavs, Bhel that go incomplete without this chutney. The Dhaniya Pudina Chutney is also used in a variety of chaat dishes and as sandwich spread.

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  • 1 cup of chopped coriander leaves

  • 1 cup chopped mint leaves

  • ½ cup curry leaves

  • 1/4 cup peanuts or almonds

  • 1 tablespoon chopped ginger

  • 2 green chillies

  • 1 teaspoons sugar

  • 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice

  • salt to taste

Directions for Dhaniya Pudina Chutney Recipe
  1. To make the Green Coriander and Mint Chutney recipe, combine all the ingredients and grind to a smooth paste in a blender, adding very little water.

  2.  The addition of lemon juice enhances the flavours of mint and coriander and prevents discolouration of the greens.

  3. Transfer the Dhania Pudina Chutney | Green Coriander and Mint Chutney to a bowl and use it as a spread along with bread to make a sandwich or along with a Parathas and or tea time snacks like SamosasDhoklasVada Pavs and Bhel

  4. Refrigerate the Green Coriander and Mint Chutney to store for a couple of days. 

Last modified on Thursday, 05 June 2014 12:30
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