A condiment to your starter or main-course dishes. Add a unique flavour in every bite. Ready in 2 easy steps.
Preparation Time 10-15 minutes
Grinding Time 3-5 minutes
Main Ingredients Coriander Leaves & Mint Leaves
Main Equipment Grinder
Course Condiment/Side dish
Level Of Grinding Medium
- Coriander Leaves 2 cups
- Mint Leaves 2 cups
- Raw Green or Red Chillies 2
- Lemon 1/2 big or 1 small
- Garlic 4-6 cloves
- Ginger 1 inch piece
- Salt to taste
Chop Coriander Leaves, Mint Leaves, Chillies, Garlic Cloves and Ginger.
Grind all the chopped ingredients with 2 tablespoons of water and salt to a paste. If the chutney is too thick then add a little more water. Check salt, add if required and grind for a few seconds. Squeeze lemon in the chutney and give a nice stir.
Your tasty Mint & Coriander chutney is ready. Serve it as a condiment to snacks/starters. It goes extremely well with Tandoori/Roasted dishes. It adds a unique flavour when used as a spread while making sandwiches too.
Relish your Palate!
[PS: This chutney can be stored in a refrigerator easily for 4-5 days and had along side any main-course or starter dish.
Add a teaspoon of curd in a bowl of chutney and mix well when serving with any Tandoori/Roasted dish. It’s tastes absolutely delicious.]
14 responses to “Mint and Coriander Chutney (Dip/Sauce) – Shack Saturdays Special”
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