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Friday, February 20, 2009

                  This chutney goes well for chat items,sandwiches,samosas.....Can store in fridge and use whenever we need! I like to eat with masala papad  ... Love Struck
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Ingredients:

Coriander leaves, chopped 2 cups 
Almonds 7 nos.
Green chillies 4  nos.
Lemon juice from half lemon
Jeera(I dint add) 1 tsp
Salt & Water As needed

Method:

  1. Clean the coriander leaves,remove the root part and grind all the ingredients except lemon juice to make into a smooth chutney.( you can use the stem part of the coriander also)
  2. Add water when grinding as needed. Lastly mix with lemon juice and transfer to an air tight container and store in fridge..Enjoy when needed!!
with Papad dipped!

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67 comments:

  1. I made something similar to this chutney will be posting tomor, the chutn color is so vibrant and beautiful!

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  2. what a lovely colour and the dip looks delicious too.

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  3. almonds in chutney sounds yummy. nice pics as usual :)

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  4. love the second pic. when we went to an indian restaurant in Penang, they served this as a starter and i was so hungry that i had 3 huge papads dipped in this chutney!

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  5. love the bright green colcor of the chutney

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  6. nice colour raji.almonds in chutney,new to me.will give a try.nice click.

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  7. Hi Raji,

    I love coriander chutney...but haven't tried putting almonds..it adds to the richness of the taste must be...wow! great pictures :) it almost made dip my finger into it to taste ;) TC

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  8. using almonds in chutney is a fantastic idea. Brilliant color of the chutney :)

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  9. adding almond into coriander chutney is a new idea!

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  10. nice pics as usual..will give it a try:)

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  11. Wow that is beautiful and delicoiu.

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  12. Wat a eyecatching colour, chutney looks delicious..

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  13. Loved the colour of the chutney.Never tried at home,will do it.

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  14. Eyecatching Colour... nice click.. looks perfect ..

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  15. Ohhhhhhhhhh awesome color.....Looks yum...

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  16. Gorgeous photo and colorful too, yum! :)

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  17. I make coriander leaves chutney but using a different recipe. Will try this next time for sandwiches

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  18. That looks so vibrant.. and a winning combination for sure.

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  19. what a pretty green colour.. feels like spring :)

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  20. inclusion of almonds is new fo me,..likd ur new header a lot,..

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  21. Wow.. Look at the nice colour! Lovely! I have something for u in my blog. Pls accept!

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  22. nice greeny chutney, never used almonds in chutney nice idea..

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  23. What a color..My eyes went greeny..:P..so tempting Raks..cant wait to try..:)

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  24. loved the colour of the chutney!!

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  25. I have this ready in my freezer always..except I love ur use of almond. & Again gorgeous pics!
    Soma(www.ecurry.com)

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  26. Beautiful color..Love the almond flavor in chutney.Healthy and delicious..

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  27. I make this often,but adding almonds is new to me.Will use almonds the next time i make it.Looks vibrant:) Great click!

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  28. ya adding almonds is new to me too :) vibrant chutney it is.

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  29. Hi, I am fine...,i have been busy...The other day i was looking some of the recipes in ur blog...God! what photography...look now the green colour is dashing...Almond that is new must try this...looks delicious..

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  30. Looks great Raji. I have never used almons in green chutney. Next time i will use. Great Click. Something is waiting for you RAji.

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  31. Thats so greeen!..lovely pisture raji...

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  32. lovely colour.Looks gr8..Almonds in chutney,new to me.. Nice click:)

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  33. hey send me the green bowl to my hot samosas... made for each other (posting in our blogs.. i have posted samosa he he he.

    yummy chutney.

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  34. been a while since I've been here..love the new look..and the chutney has a fiery colour to it :)

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  35. wonderful color! using almonds is quiet new to me..yet sounds creamy!

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  36. What a color. Lovely picture. Almonds in chutney is new to me. Will make a try next time.

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  37. Oh superb color..Awesome.Love the use of Almonds in chutney, never heard before..Combi looks healthy too..Superb idea..

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  38. Papad with green chutney is a smart idea:)

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  39. wow, that looks so colorful and yummy!

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  40. Colourful chutney...nice click...

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  41. i guess the almonds make the difference.

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  42. wow...nice vibrant green color..I too love to eat with papad...good starter :-)

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  43. gr8...i was planning on posting sumthing like this too :)

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  44. my recipe is similar except tht i dont use almonds

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  46. Looksso damn good.......lovely colour...cool one dear

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  47. first time to your blog, it is too good & pictures are lovely..

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  48. lovely dip and luv the color too.

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  49. yummy dip. will try this time.

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  50. Never heard of almonds in this chutney before, what a great idea it is! And your chutney has got a superb green color.

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  51. Lovely chutney.. I do something smilar without almonds..Next time will try with almonds..

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  52. Oh that looks delicious..

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  53. Hi ..Came here thru Cham's spice-club..My first impression on seeing your blog is 'WOW'..The pictures are amazing..And you have great collection of authentic recipes..
    Keep it up..By the way,the Chutney looks yummy :)

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  54. lovely color
    great recipe
    a keeper

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  55. Cool One...Thanks i enjoyed my spent time while hanging on this blog , I am pure vegetarian and dont like onions /garlic and this chutney seems to b blessing without much fuss ...thanks .

    Looking forward for more recipes same neat ways .
    Kudos!!

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  56. ohh thats a yummy chutney1

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  57. have something for u, dear!

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  58. Almonds are 2 b used with their skin ?

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  59. Just wanted to know - why do we put Almonds? What difference does it make? :)

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    1. It gives a rich and balanced taste.

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  60. Hi, I have 2 questions...Almonds to be soaked before adding ? If so how long? For the green color - have u added Turmeric Powder or the lemon juice took care of it?

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  61. Hi Raks Instead of almond shall we replace cashew nuts?

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  62. Yes but almonds are healthy

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