Winters and summers have one thing in common: Love for chutneys..Its just that winters have really fresh leaves and the color of chutney turns out to be greeny green. As we say bye to winters now, I thought of making a quick chutney of the pudina(Mint) and dhaniya(Coriander) leaves. A few weeks ago, I also posted Coriander Chutney Recipe. This time I wanted to add Pudina as its flavour is always refreshing. I experimented by adding more chillies both red and green and added sour curd(dahi) with Amchur. its because my family loves spicy and chatpata food. Those who cant eat chilly shall just add one for flavour. One can also add lemon juice in place of Amchur. A small variation in the recipe adds another level to the taste. I can have this homemade chutney with besan onion pakoras, bread pakoras or spread it on bread slice along with Tomato ketchup to make my all time favourite Tiranga Sandwich. This chutney is so much liked by all in family that they have it with dal and chapati also. Observing them, I too have it with main meals and as I love onions with dal so I add chopped Onions in chutney too.
Which Is your favourite snack with Pudina Dhaniya Chutney? Do share your experience with me. Enjoy!!
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Clean the pudina and dhaniya leaves and rinse them thoroughly in sieve under running water. Add chopped onions, chillies and grated garlic
Let the leaves leave water. Transfer the leaves to a blend jar and add all the spices. Add water around 1 tablespoon. Water needs to be added slowly as if there is more water, the chutney becomes runny. We want it to be like a thick paste. Pulse it for a min. I had lot of leaves and my chutney jar is small. So I did it in batches.
Once a smooth paste of leaves is obtained, you may add curd and pulse again.
The Green Pudina Dhaniya Chutney is ready. You can have it with your choice of snacks. Enjoy!!
One may add lemon juice instead of Amchur. Then reduce water a little bit as lemon juice is watery too and we dont want the chutney to be runny.
Serving size: bowl
Amount per serving
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0.5g
Saturated Fat 0g
Total Carbohydrate 20g
Dietary Fiber 4.2g
Total Sugars 6.5g
Vitamin D 0mcg
*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a food serving contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calorie a day is used for general nutrition advice.