Coriander Chutney

SpicySpicy Served HotServed Hot VegetarianVegetarian
Very Good based on 17 Ratings

Listed in : Vegetarian , Special Diets Low Calorie , Vegetarian Chutneys , Vegetarian Gravy , 30 Minute Recipes , Vegetarian Breakfast , Special Diets , Easy Recipes , Special Diets No Oil , Vegetarian Dinner

Also known as Hari Chutney

Servings: 2 Preparation time:
  • Coriander Leaf Corriander, Cilantro Leaves, Green, Leaves, Parsley Leaves, Coriander 1 bunch coriander leaves
  • Coconut , Raw, Fresh 2-3 tbsp coconut
  • Green Chillies, Chilies, Hot Chili, Green, Raw, Chilli, Chilly 2 green chillies
  • Peppers, Hot Chili, Red, Raw, Red Chilies, Chillies, Dry Red Chillies, Chilly 2-3 red chillies, (roasted)
  • Ginger Root, Raw, Fresh Ginger 1 piece ginger
  • Garlic, Raw, Garlic flakes, Lahsun, grated garlic, Garlic pods 3 clove garlic
  • Onions, Raw, Onion 1 small onion
  • Lemon Juice, Raw, Lime Juice, Lemon Juice 1/2 lemon Juice
  • Salt, Common Salt, Rock Salt, Table Salt Salt to taste

Instructions (Preparation Steps):

  • Blend all the above to a smooth paste
  • adding a little water.
  • Can be refrigerated for about 1-2 days.

Cook's Tip:
You can use dried coriander and mint leaves in coarse powder form in vegetable curry or chutney, if fresh ones are not available. To keep them fresh for a longer time, wrap them in a muslin cloth or wet news paper and keep in a fridge.
If a curry is too salty, make little balls of wholemeal dough balls, put them in the curry and simmer for some time. These generally soak up some of the salt. You can then pick these up and discard.
To soothe a sore throat, drink honey and lemon tea. It will have a relaxing effect on the throat and will also help to suppress a cough.


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