Green Chutney Recipe is one of the most popular aromatic chutneys used for Indian chaat, snacks, or sandwiches. This chutney helps enhance the taste of any dishes to that, and it is added. (step-by-step-recipe)
About Green Chutney Recipe:
Green chutney is made of coriander and mint leaves with a hint of lemon juice and some Indian spices. This chutney is very simple and easy to make and can be enjoyed with any kind of meal, snack, wrap, or chaat.
The aroma and flavor of this chutney are so unique and refreshing that it enhances the taste of the food.
Whenever I plan to prepare snacks I make sure that I prepare this chutney and serve it along with that.
This green chutney goes really well with Aloo Samosa and Aloo Bonda, Stuffed Aloo Bread Pakoda, Garlic Bread Pakoda, and Onion Pakoda I simply love these snacks along with green chutney. So I ensure that I make a jar of this green chutney, whenever I am planning to make these snacks.
Why You Should Make this Recipe?
If you want to avoid those store-bought spreads and sauces and want the addition of homemade spread or dip, to have along with Indian Snacks, then you have all the more reason to make this green chutney at home.
- No cooking needed
- Healthy and flavorful
- A simple recipe to put together
- Made with few basic ingredients available in your own kitchen
- Make sure you use fresh coriander and mint leaves to make the best green chutney.
- You can change the ratio of coriander and mint leaves if you want to according to your preferences.
- Roasted gram help to blend the chutney to a thick and smooth texture and prevent the chutney from turning watery over time.
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Basic Ingredients Used to make this Green Chutney:
Coriander and Mint Leaves: These two are the key ingredients in this recipe. Just make sure to use fresh leaves to get the real taste.
Garlic: I love the flavor of garlic in this recipe and most importantly I prefer adding them to my chutney, knowing a lot of health benefits of raw garlic. But you can skip if you don’t like the pungent flavor of raw garlic.
Ginger: A piece of ginger enhances the taste of the chutney.
Roasted Gram Dal: The addition of 1 tbsp of roasted gram dal and peanuts makes the chutney thick. Which helps your chaat to keep fresh for a little longer. If the roasted gram dal is not available you can add roasted peanuts too. Or you can skip it if you don’t want to add it.
Green Chilli: Prefer using green chili for the spiciness. But in case the green chili is not available use 1 whole red chili or chili powder to taste.
Lemon Juice: Adjust lemon juice to your taste. You can replace lemon with amla or even raw mango if mangoes are in season.
Chaat Masala Powder: Chaat masala is typically used to add flavor to the recipe. If you don’t have them, try adding dry mango powder, dried pomegranate powder, or black salt if you have them.
Roasted Cumin Powder: I have added little roasted cumin powder for an extra flavor, incase of unavailability, you can skip.
Green Chutney for Chaat
- 2 cups Coriander Leaves
- 1 cup Mint Leaves
- 3 Garlic cloves
- 1 inch Ginger
- 2 Green Chilli
- 3/4 tsp Chaat Masala Powder
- 1 tsp Cumin Powder
- 1 tbsp Roasted Gram Dal
- 2 tbsp Lemon Juice
- 1/2 tsp Salt
- 1/2 cup Water
- Clean and wash coriander leaves and mint leaves.Set aside.
- Add coriander leaves, mint leaves, garlic, green chili, and ginger.
- Now add chaat masala powder, cumin powder, lemon juice, roasted chana, water, and salt.
- Blend everything, until smooth.
- So the green chutney is ready to be served.
- You can store this chutney in the refrigerator for a week.
Frequently Asked Questions about Green Chutney:
Is green chutney good for health?
Yes absolutely, as it uses greens and does not use sugar and oil. Also, mint & coriander leaves are known to have a vital role in digestion, and it is for this reason that this chutney is served with most fried foods like pakoras.
Can we store Green Chutney?
Try making small portions of this chutney as it tastes the best when made fresh. In case you made a big batch, then freeze it in ice cube trays. The texture and color will change a little when thawed but you can use it to make some curry or some variety rice like that of Hariyali Pulao.
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