Coriander Leaf Chutney

Introduction: Coriander Leaf Chutney

A very tasty chutney with fresh coriander leaves as main ingredient. It is very simple to make with few ingredients and can be served with all types of food.

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Step 1: Ingredients

  • A bunch of fresh coriander leaves
  • A tablespoon of split black gram lentils
  • Half a coconut
  • Five to six green chilies
  • Small piece of tamarind
  • Salt to taste
  • Two teaspoons of any cooking oil

Step 2: Preparation

  • Add two teaspoon of oil in a frying pan
  • When the oil is heated add split black gram lentils, tamarind, green chilies and coconut pieces.
  • Stir fry till all ingredients are cooked

Step 3: Chop and Add Coriander Leaves

  • Wash and finely chop the coriander leaves and add it to the frying pan
  • Mix with other ingredients
  • Add salt to taste
  • Stir fry for about two three minutes and remove from stove.
  • keep the mixture under a fan to make it cool

Step 4: Grind the Ingredients

  • Once the mixture is cooled to room temperature, transfer in to a mixer / grinder jar
  • Add little amount of water
  • Grind the chutney and transfer to a serving bowl

The aroma and taste of the fresh coriander leaf chutney is wonderful. You can eat it with Idli, Dosa or with rice.

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    4 Discussions

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    as-WIN-th
    as-WIN-th

    3 years ago

    Kothamali chutney ... NICE!!!

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    GabrielP11
    GabrielP11

    3 years ago

    How high can it make my cats? Coriander is great for them.

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    jessyratfink
    jessyratfink

    3 years ago

    This is one of my favorites!

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    RamblinLane
    RamblinLane

    3 years ago

    Nice thanks. how long does it keep for?