Coriander Chutney

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This week has been quite buzy with my regular routine that I am hardly finding time to blog. Just managed to catch up with all my pending blog visits today.

Green Chutney alias Coriander Chutney is one of my kitchen essentials. I prefer to prepare them and stack in my freezer. This could be used as Sandwitch Spread or as spicy chutney for Chats.
You can try the other chat essential Dates Chutney too.


INGREDIENTS

Coriander leaves 1 Bunch
Green Chillies 3-5 Nos depending upon the requirement
PeanutsOptional – 10-15 Nos ( Use this for spread)
SevOptional -Handful ( Use this for grinding instead of Peanuts)
Salt To Taste
Sugar 1/2 Tsp
Lemon Juice1 -1.5 Tsp

DIRECTIONS

  • Clean , Wash and Chop the coriander leaves
  • In a blender add chopped coriander leaves , green chillies , salt ,peanuts and grind them into a fine paste adding very little water if required.
  • If using this Chutney for Chat , use a bit of Sev to grind instead of peanuts.
  • Squeeze fresh Lemon Juice and add sugar. Mix them well and store them in small air tight containers and keep it in the fridge.


KITCHEN NOTES
Lemon Juice will help the chutney to retain the green-ness.
Few mint leaves could also be added if available .(Optional)
Chutneys could be stored in small air tight containers in freezer for atleast 3-4 months. Once taken out ,do not refreeze them.

Updated :
Sending this  lovely coriander chutney to Sree vali’s Spicy Fiery Chutneys event.

Cheers

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Comments (30)

  • Yummy chutney…Always used to wonder how do people retain the greenness after freezing..That's a great tip..:-)

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  • I like the idea of sandwich spread a lot… and can even imagine how good it would taste

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  • Wow…lovely post dear..thanks for ur tip to retain the green color…mine usually turn very dark after freezing.

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  • awesome..this is a must spread for my sandwiches..

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  • Yummm.. I love it too.. 🙂

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  • Simple & delicious one.

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  • Thankyou Sandhya!!

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  • I always stack this chutney in freezer….

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  • roasted peanuts or unroasted ones?

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  • Nice tip about using lemon , will try this next time !

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  • Nice recipe dear..Gotta try it soon..

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  • Green chutney looks prefect,eyecatching colour Sandhya!

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  • Having read the name I was salivating, by the time I clicked your recipe on my reading pane to opening here I was so impatient for the recipe. Excellent chutney Sandhya.There is an event for the chutneys, will forward the link to you, send it in, I love this.

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  • Yummy spread for sandwiches! Adding peanuts is new to me.. Will try ur version soon 🙂

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  • Yummy chutney and thanks for sharing the great tip..Will give a try.

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  • Thats a nice green chutney.. thanks a lot for passing me the award.. I am having a hard time catching up with the household and moving, leave alone the time to cook something special and blog about i!.. I will publish it in my next post

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  • lovely green chutney. My all time favourite will go with any snack.

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  • I add almonds in place of peanuts,never tried adding peanuts,will try next time:)

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  • Hi Sandhya!
    Thanx for visiting my blog and helping me find out your wonderful blog! i must say your presentation skills are amazing :)Great show! i guess i will take some tips from you sometime if you dont mind..keep posting 🙂

    Love
    Z

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  • yummm…just like the way the i make it. I love the flavor peanuts add to the chutney.

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  • Hi Sandhya!

    Well, a vegan diet is bascally a vegetarian diet , minus diary products.

    Vegans don't consume milk or milk products because milk producing cows are treated like animals.

    It's very easy to thrive on avegan diet in western countries as the supremarkets are flooded with diary-free products.

    Visit http://earthvegan.blogspot.com/ for delicious Indian veganised recipes.

    thanks!

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  • wow..nice tips. i too love the idea of green chutney as a spread

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  • Wow sandhya green chutney is very perfect.

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  • Lovely ,new to me.. will try 4 sure.have bookmarked it 🙂

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  • Adding peanuts is new to me..must try! Yummy chutney!

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  • simple and Yummy chutney.

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  • Yummy chutney Sandhya. I am sure it will be handy accompaniment with various things to just spice them up instantly!

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  • @ Potpuri – Its unroasted Peanuts.

    @Latha – Thank you for sharing.. I will send the recipe soon for the event

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  • Great for breakfast!Healthy one!

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