Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Mint coriander chutney


  
I am back with another condiment. Since the holy month of shravan has started, I am quite busy with all the festivities. As of now, I am busy preparing for the Varamahalakshmi festival that is on Friday. These days, even though I am cooking a lot, I hardly have anytime to photograph the dishes. Today however, I made this mint chutney and quickly took a couple of shots.






I think mint and coriander chutney or hari chutney as it is commonly called is one of the staple condiments that can be found in most of the Indian homes. A versatile dip, that can be used as spread as well. Apart from being a key ingredient in chaats, It can also be used as a spread in sandwiches, rolls, and wraps.This is a quick chutney to prepare and it uses some very basic ingredients. It takes a few minutes to put this chutney together but it can refrigerated for a few days and frozen for many weeks.



Mint coriander chutney recipe:
Preparation time: 10min
Makes- Approximately 1 cup

Ingredients:
Fresh coriander leaves- 1 cup
Mint leaves- 1 cup
Green chilies- 2
Salt- to taste
Sugar or jaggery- 1 tsp
Lemon juice- 1 tbsp
Onion- 1 small, roughly chopped
Water- 1tbsp



Method:

  • Rinse the coriander leaves and mint leaves thoroughly and allow the water to drain.
  • Combine all the ingredients in the blender jar and blend into a smooth paste and store in an air tight container.
  • This chutney can be refrigerated for upto  a week.

18 comments :

  1. is there someone yet who doesnt like this green delight??? How typical for the weather!! all green..lovely

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  2. The colour is so vibrant. It reminds me of a basil pesto I make. Thanks for sharing your chutney recipe. It's nice to have a new recipe using mint, which I usually mix with regular tea to make a refreshing beverage.

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  3. Love this as a spread for sandwiches, lovely color. Happy Varamahalakshmi habba1

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  5. Love this green delight...awesome clicks too.

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  6. This is one chutney we make every week :) Love the color of your chutney..so fresh & vivid green..
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  7. love the green and freshness of this chutney :) nice click

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  8. I love the versatility! I can imagine the exotic flavor this will lend whatever dish it will be paired with. I love the theme of your site. And your photos are amazing!
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  9. Only herb I grow in my tiny planter is mint because I needed for my ice cream photos (haha). I would love to taste this mint chutney! I didn't know it's a popular chutney in India! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. We Indians and our love for chutneys! This one must be everyone's fav too!

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  11. One of my favourites, love the rich colour!

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  12. Delicious, I'm sure! I love cilantro.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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