Green Coriander Chutney

Learn how to make the green coriander chutney. Most Indian appetisers are incomplete without this versatile chutney.

Most Indian appetizers need the green coriander chutney to complete them. Very simple to make, store this green coriander chutney in the fridge for a number of days or freeze it in a clean container to use later. While the main ingredient is coriander, mint leaves and lime juice lends a fresh, tropical flavour to this chutney. Spice up your onion pakodas, veg cutlets or aloo tikkis using this chutney.  


Recipe Card

Preparation Time: 5 mins Cooking Time: 10 mins
Ingredients: Method:
  • 2-3 bunches of green coriander (kothimbir)
  • 8-10 leaves mint (pudina)
  • 5-7 green chillies (based on your appetite for spice, you can vary the number of chillies)
  • 2-3 cloves of garlic
  • fresh lime
  • salt to taste
  • Roughly chop the coriander, mint leaves, green chillies and garlic cloves and add them in a mixer
  • Grind them to make a paste (add a few drops of water if required)
  • After grinding, squeeze fresh lemon juice and add salt to taste. Mix well.
  • Your green coriander chutney is ready to be served.


Have it as an accompaniment with veggie rice cutlets, aloo tikkis, onion pakodas

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