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7 February, 2017

Huri chutney : Green chutney : Gluten free dip

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If  you  have  had  any  Indian  snacks,  you  know  it  always  comes  with  a  couple  of  dips.  The  two  most  common  ones  are  the  green  chutney  and  the  sweet  chutney.

The  green  chutney  as  the  colour  suggests,  has  Cilantro  and  mint  leaves  as  the  two main  ingredient.  As  for  the  other  ingredients  it  varies  from  family  to  family  or  even  from  place  to  place.

I  have  adapted  this  recipe  from  Sanjeev  Kapoor’s  Khazana.

Recipe:  Made  about  2  cups.

Ingredients;

Cilantro                                                                1  cup

Mint  leaves                                                       1/2  cup

Ginger                                                                  1/2  inch  piece

Garlic  cloves                                                   3  –  4

Lemon  juice                                                     1  Tbsp

Salt                                                                       to  taste

Green  chilli                                                       2  ( optional )

Cumin  seeds                                                  1  tsp

Roasted  Bengal  gram                              1  Tbsp

Method;

Wash  the  leaves  thoroughly.  Put  all  the  ingredients  in  a  blender.  Pulse  till  a  smooth  paste.    A   little  bit  of  water  can  be  added  if  needed.  Add  the  lemon  juice  next,  check  the  taste  and  tweak  it  to  your  liking.

Inside  Scoop;

It  can  be  stored  in  the  fridge  for  about  a  week.

 

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4 thoughts on : Huri chutney : Green chutney : Gluten free dip

  • February 10, 2017 at 5:47 am

    Missing the samosas very, very badly now. Huri Chutney and chat/samosa are one of the best pleasures in life. Such a lovely shade of green this is.

    • Ratna
      February 11, 2017 at 3:24 am

      You are so right Sonali. Specially with the kind of weather here, this chutney is making a solid comeback in my household. Have a great weekend.

  • Ev
    February 7, 2017 at 5:36 am

    Ah … my kind of dip, and such a beautiful colour. You and I on a cilantro roll Ratna. Keep the beautiful posts coming

    • Ratna
      February 9, 2017 at 9:28 pm

      I see that. I envy yours fresh from the garden though. Thanks Ev

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