Green Chutney Recipe – Coriander Mint Chutney
Whenever you visit a restaurant with an appetizer most of the time they serve green chutney as a dip. You can also use this chutney as a spread for your sandwich or roll-ups and side for parathas. This is the simplest and quick chutney you can make with all the available ingredients in your kitchen. You can make green chutney in various ways like using only coriander or only mint you can alter this recipe according to your taste but I suggest making it the way I am making it and I am sure you will not regret 😛
The most attractive thing about this recipe is it’s nice green color which we retain using lemon juice and the fresh coriander and mint smell. I am using Bengal gram for binding you can easily replace that with peanut. Wow, what could be better than this simple, quick and delicious chutney which you can make in a few minutes. So let’s start making this instant green chutney.
Serving: 1 bowl
Preparation Time: 5 min
- 1 cup coriander/dhania leaves
- 1/2 cup mint/pudina leaves
- 4 garlic cloves/Lahasun
- 1/2 inch ginger/Adrak
- 1 tsp cumin seeds/jeera
- 3 green chilies/Hari Mirch
- 1 tsp roasted Bengal gram/Phutana
- 1 tsp lemon juice
- salt to taste
- 2-3 tsp water or as required
- 1/2 tsp sugar
- Firstly, rinse coriander leaves and mint leaves well in water and chop them finely.
- Further, add coriander, mint, cloves, ginger, cumin seeds, chilies, Bengal gram, sugar, lemon juice, and salt into the grinder jar.
- Furthermore, grind it well, add water only as required and grind it to very fine paste.
- Finally, pour the chutney into a bowl.
- Your chutney is ready to serve.
- Don’t get tempted to pour more water while grinding.
- Also, you can replace Roasted Bengal gram with peanut.
- You can mix this chutney with curd/ yogurt to make an excellent dip.