Green Coriander Chutney



  • 200 gms fresh Green Coriander
  • 5 Garlic cloves
  • 2 tablespoon Lemon Juice
  • 2-3 Green Chilies
  • Salt to taste
  • A drop of Mustard/Olive oil to dress up.
  • Optional – 2 tablespoon of grated unripe mango or a small tomato to add the tang..

Add all ingredients except Lemon juice in a Mixer Grinder. Make a thick past adding water just enough to make the paste. Pour this chutney in a glass bowl and add the lemon juice and a drop of Mustard or olive oil, mix well and serve with Pudina Parantha (Mint Flavored Indian Bread) and Chicken Korma(Chicken in thick Indian Style Gravy).

Dos and Don’ts:

You may add a dash of ginger if you like,
Some people also like to add Aamchur powder for the tang..

Be cautious while adding chilies, quantity must be adjusted to your taste and depending on how hot the chilies are.
Add water just a little at a time, too much of it in one go might spoil the consistency of the paste.


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