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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

WITH MINT AND CORIANDER LEAVES

Green-chutney-recipe1

        I tried this chutney after tasting this in a restaurant, after so many tries,I could recreate the same taste and love this a lot with papad! This is very handy for sandwiches, quick chaat items …. You can try this with any one of the green alone,like either with mint or with coriander.

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INGREDIENTS

Mint leaves 1/2 cup
Coriander leaves 1/2 cup
green chillies 4 nos.
Onion 1/2
Garlic 3-4 flakes
chaat masala 2 tsp
Lemon 1/2
Salt as needed
Water as needed

 

Mint and coriander

METHOD

  1. Clean the leaves and chop the coriander with stem.Peel garlic and cube the onion.
  2. Grind the leaves with green chilli,onion,garlic,chaat masala ,salt and little water…to smooth paste.
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  3. Squeeze the juice from half of a lemon and mix well with spoon.
  4. Store in a clean,air tight container,keep refrigerated….
    Storage
  5. Enjoy with papad or samosa or any chaat item !

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62 comments:

  1. Belated Happy Birthday .. Hope u had a good time

    Chutney looks awesome .. Very greeny

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  2. Thanks for the quick comment...!

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  3. Awesomeeee Chutney!I feel like tearing my computer screen and tasting it:)

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  4. I too love this chutney...
    Goes well with papads

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  5. Wat a catchy green chutney, love them as bread spread, looks fantastic..

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  6. As I told you..it's my fav...looks awesome..

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  7. Very nice looking chutney Raji. Liked the last click...

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  8. Your pics are magical. They are making me want the dish right away.. chutney looks so yummy :)

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  9. love the addition of chat..yumm..am really tempted to make some and have with papapds..

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  10. Love this chutney any time. Your clicks are tooooooooo good, perfect photos.

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  11. Fresh green chutney in a lovely colorful pot....Luv the first click!

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  12. what an awesome chutney...i make it too...i just add puli to it as well...the pics r just fab...

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  13. adding chaat masala in there must have really livened things up, raji ;-)

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  14. OOOOOO... Look at the cute serving bowl!! Chutney a vida bowl romba interesting a iruku Raji!! Hehe, jus kidding, I also make it in a similar way, but I dont add Chat masala which sounds interesting!
    Lovely clicks!!

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  15. yummmmmmmmmmm. ilove it. the colour is making it very tempting. Very well illustrated.

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  16. Nice Chutney Raks, WoW Color!!

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  17. Tempting colour.... You your clicks make me drool :)

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  18. சூப்பராக இருக்கின்றது பச்சை சட்னி...படங்கள் எப்பொழுதும் போல அழகு...

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  19. Such a cute chutney jar !
    and the pudina click is very beautiful.

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  20. Chutney looks too good, so vibrant and tempting...must have tasted so good with the papads :)

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  21. Love the bowl and such a beautiful green colour.

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  22. oh yes, this chutney goes soo well with sandwiches .. yum

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  23. Very useful chutney, rightly said can be used for many dishes...beautiful click raks...

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  24. ur pics always make me drool,..

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  25. Great click ...i usually add ginger.Must try your version too

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  26. Lovely chutney recipe. Simple and elegant!

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  27. i just made them on sunday. I do not add onion but I do add ginger and a lot more cilantro. But I am going to try yours the next time. Its good to get a different taste to my chutney. Thank you.

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  28. Looks great raji.. As u said this is really handy ..I always make this and store in fridge for sandwiches and chaats... Hey belated happy birthday raji.. Hope u had wonderful time. Asusual fantastic photos... Eyecatchy pictures...

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  29. Wow.. nice colour.. loooks really yummy & colourful..

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  30. great picture and I love the color.. Looks yummy

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  31. The green chutney is always so versatile and useful. I don't add raw onions though because the ones we get here are too pungent. Chutney looks bright and nice.

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  32. Like the color, very bright green. Good with everything samosa, idli, chaats..

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  33. Raji,

    Nice green chutney. I love the color.

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  34. Nice snap. This chutney is a staple in my fridge. Love it.

    wish you belated Happy Birthday!!

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  35. Wow..What a fantastic green..Chutney looks awesome...

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  36. Raaji....super luks awesome....nalla fresha irruku....

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  37. Raji, you have become a superb photographer!!, amazing clicks, you are rocking girl!!, I love them!! I make green chutney but I have never added chat masala!!

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  38. Looks simply great !!! a Must have with so many things.

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  39. Green chutney luks fabulous..Sure it will be crown to chat items..

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  40. Lovely green colour and a wonderful chutney.

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  41. such a cute bowl, the first one!

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  42. Hehe I love the Asian style bowl and the color of your chutney!

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  43. V cute.. chutney jar..
    Lovely recipe.. will try this variation next time..

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  44. Loved the green color and your jar. Perfect chutney love it with papads or samosas.

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  45. Just love that bowl in the first picture!
    Lovely green colour that chutney has; never add onion to mine, must try this with onion the next time I make green chutney.

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  46. That's a fantastic green chutney. My fav too. Goes well with sandwiches also. Nice clicks Raks
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  47. That's a fantastic green chutney. My fav too. Goes well with sandwiches also. Nice clicks Raks
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  48. Green chutney looks splendid...perfect with chaat foods.:) And it is a good spread for sandwiches:)

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  49. wow, I can actually feel the aroma of the chutney through the screen..lovely green..looks so tempting..

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  50. the greens make the chutney looks so tempting..delicious chutney.used to prepare the coriander chutney.never tried the combination..
    nice pic too.thanks for sharing such a nice recipe

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  51. My pudina is in vigorously growing and I was planning on making a chutney soon. This is a new kind since I rarely use onions in mine. Bookmarked to be tried :-D

    Soma(www.ecurry.com)

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  52. i too make the same way but i add coconut and make it as an accompaniment for idly :P nice clicks as usual :)

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  53. lovely! but it does look watery..how thin is it supposed to be?

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  54. The consistency should be thick,since nothing like badam,cashew are used for thickening,it is bit watery. We have to use very little water,say 2 or 3 tbsp.

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  55. Adding onion to green chutney is new to me! Looks very nice

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  56. Pics are too gud and very tempting. Nice chutney recipe and never tried it before.

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  57. love the vibrant colour :)
    a must try!

    - Indhu (www.thayirsaadham.com)

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  58. pleasure to find such a good artical! please keep update!! ........................................

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  59. For how many days can u use it with refrigeration? As all the ingredients are raw...also it contains onions...so pl cflarify

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  60. 1 week to 10 days. Lemon juice will not let it spoil.

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