Monday, 7 June 2010

Green Coriander chutney


Green Coriander chutney- A very versatile chutney that is must in any indian kitchen as it accompanies most chaats and savory dishes. A blend of fresh coriander, green tangy mangoes and fiery green chillies gives this chutney a vibrant green colour with a sweet and sour taste.

Ingredients:

1 large bunch fresh coriander
15 green chillies (adjust to personal taste)
1 medium raw mango
Juice of 1 large lemon
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons sugar
2 tablespoons water

Method:

1. Wash the coriander bunch and cut off the root ends but leave some stalks.
2. Chop the coriander coarsely.
3. Deseed the chillies and chop coarsely
4. Dice the mango into small pieces leaving the skin on.
5. Place the corriander,chilies and mango into a food processor.Add water
6. Blend the ingredients to a fine puree.
7. Add the lemon juice, sugar and salt and mix throughly.
8. Adjust seasoning if necessary.(Chutney should be hot sweet and sour.)

Transfer to a serving dish.
(If refrigerated it will keep for up to a week. Can also be frozen for later use.)
NB -Substitute chillies with green bell pepper if desired.
You may like :
Tamarind chutney.

43 comments:

  1. wow wat a wounderfull colour! luks very nice...tempting chutney!

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  3. lovely n bful chutney..love the greeeeeeeen color....

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  4. Nayna,

    green coriander chutney looks delicious love the color

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  5. wow..green chutney looks great..would love with chaats..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  6. that looks too good. loved the greeeen colour of this chutney.

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  7. Sounds interesting.. Love to taste this..

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  8. Looks awesome, very nice pictures.

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  9. Nice chutney..simple but the best to go with everything

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  10. Loved the colour of the chutney. Would simply well compliment with samosas,dosa, parathas and many more.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  11. wow...this is my fav chutney....nice pic :)

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  12. Lovely color and tasty chutney but adding mango to it is quite new to me....

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  13. The pic look amazing :) nice chutney.

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  14. Looks yum.....hey but 15 green chillies??I'm sure u like the chutney very hot....is it?

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  15. adding mango to the chutney is new to me. looks very nice

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  16. Chutney looks finger-licking good. Haven't tried adding raw mango as souring agent. Looks gorgeous.

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  17. Tangy chutney looks catchy and yum!

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  18. wow nice dear...can be used for the green sandwich...

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  19. this is my fav..i luv thiss

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  20. Ur version sounds new to me...
    Thx. for sharing dear :-)

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  21. This looks very refreshing. I love the Indian chutneys. They are a great accompaniment to curries.

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  22. Tangy green chutney..love it.
    beautiful click dear.

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  23. When i was at home i didn't like corriander chutney but now i just love it and this looks really good.

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  24. @Sonu, a big bunch of coriander can easily take 15 chilies also seeds have been removed which will make it less spicy.If you want to make it milder you can reduce chillies and add green bell pepper instead.

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  25. Awesome looking chutney. Love to eat some with hot idlis.

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  26. I can't just forgot this chutney when i tasted it in my friends home...The ingredients where the same.

    Such a flavorful chutney.

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  27. Green chutney looks delicious. My lunch is mostly cheese and green chutney sandwiches.

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  28. Lovely chutney...makes me drool:)

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  29. When I go out for Indian, the green chutney is always on of my favorites; thanks for the recipe.

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  30. Nice to have this with curry and rice, Thanks for sharing.

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  31. Very colorful and nice chutney...perfect for all types of breakfast i feel...

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  32. Healthy and delicious looking chutney!

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  33. I've never made a chutney before -great idea!

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  34. amazing one ...pretty interesting blog and to be frank i've tasted only 10% of whatever has been posted :( I would sincerely request you ppl to set up a restaurant here sometime. Great work and the persistent research and updating deserves much appreciation

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  35. Love it as a spread on bread and rotis..Adding raw mango is interesting..

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  36. This is fab it is so rare that I see a chutney recipe and instantly think of a million and one uses for it thank you :)

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  37. A good way of using up lots of coriander from the garden.

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