Notch up the flavour of your Indian dishes, wraps or sandwiches with this tasty, tangy and spicy chutney in just 5 minutes.
Indian green chutney is a delicious mix of fresh ingredients blended together to create a wonderful depth of flavours.
You could also serve it with Indian snacks such as khaman dhokla, samosas and pakoras, or drizzled over chaat, in wraps and spread in sandwiches.
This recipes makes around a cup of Indian green chutney.
- Select fresh herbs taking care the leaves are not wilting or beginning to yellow.
- I like to include the stems of the fresh herbs as they have great flavour.
- The oil is for emulsification, giving a creamy chutney and helps preserve the freshness.
- Feel free to adjust the amount of green chilli, lemon and salt to your taste.
It really is very easy to make green chutney. Simply blend all the ingredients together – and you’re done! You could blend it till smooth or leave it a little chunky for great texture.
Pro tip: Allow the chutney to sit at room temperature for approximately 20 minutes before serving to allow all the flavours to come together.
Keep the chutney in a closed container in the fridge for 3-4 days, or freeze for up to a month.
Freeze in ice trays then transfer to a freezer bag once frozen.
Note: Frozen chutney will have a milder taste when defrosted.
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Indian Green Chutney
- 30 grams fresh coriander leaves with stems 2 cups cilantro
- 60 grams fresh mint leaves with stems 1 cup
- ½ inch ginger
- 2 cloves garlic medium sized
- 1 teaspoon cumin seeds
- 3 small green chillies stems removed
- 8 peppercorns
- 2 tablespoons olive oil
- 1½ tablespoon lemon juice
- salt to taste
- Rinse the herbs and pat dry.
- Place all the ingredients in a blender and blend till smooth. Serve at room temperature.
- Adjust the amount of green chilli, lemon juice and salt to your taste.
- Use in wraps, sandwiches, with Indian snacks, chaat, and roasted meats.
- The chutney will be bright green initially but will darken over time as it is exposed to air.
- Store the chutney in a sealed container the fridge for 3-4 days or freeze for up to a month. Note: fresh chutney is more flavoursome than frozen and is best served the same day.
The ingredients here on EOTF are set out in grams & milliliters and in US cups & spoons.