PUDINA CHUTNEY RECIPEOne of the most popular ways to eat mint (pudina) is to make chutney. This recipe is easy to follow. You will need just a handful of ingredients and in 15 minutes you'll have tasty pudina chutney ready.
- Type - Chutney/Dip
- Prep Time - 15 minutes
- Cook Time - 0 minutes
Ingredients for Pudina Chutney Recipe
- 1.5 cups - Rinsed Mint Leaves
- 1 cup - Rinsed Cilantro or Coriander Leaves
- 3 to 4 - small to medium sized Garlic cloves
- 1 inch- Chopped Ginger
- 1 to 2 - Green Chilies
- ½ tsp - Sugar
- Black Salt, Rock Salt, or ordinary Salt - add as needed.
- 1 tsp - Roasted Cumin Powder
- 1 tsp - Chaat Masala
- ½ tbsp - Amchur Powder
- 2 to 3 tbsp - water, or more as needed, for blending or grinding
What is the recipe for mint chutney?
- Put the garlic, ginger, chili, sugar, cumin powder, chaat masala, amchur powder, and salt in a chutney jar of a food processor or grinder.
- Grind it to a medium-coarse consistency.
- Add one tablespoon of water, the mint leaves, and the coriander leaves.
- Re-grind the mixture until it reaches the desired smooth or medium-coarse consistency.
- Delicious mint chutney is ready.
Vegan Mint Chutney Recipe
If you have dairy allergies, use cashew yogurt or almond yogurt to make vegan pudina chutney. The mixture must be smooth. You can replace it with tamarind juice and coconut milk.
To produce richer chutney, you can add a tbsp of non-dairy yogurt, peanuts, or coconut flakes.
Health benefits of Pudina Chutney
- Mint has menthol that reduces nasal obstruction. It helps with symptoms of cold and flu.
- Pudina chutney’s aroma helps to activate the salivary glands in the mouth. It secretes digestive enzymes. These enzymes help facilitate digestion and soothe the stomach.
- The antiseptic and antipruritic substance in mint soothes the skin and cleanses it. It helps to reduce any infection or itchiness to the skin. The antipruritic property treats acne or any insect bites.
Fresh mint recipes reduce the inflammation in the body if any. It improves the appetite.
Summing up Pudina Chutney Recipe
Pudina chutney is a recipe that is loved by all. It can go with an array of Indian snacks. You can also try several other recipes with mint, like Pudine Potatoes. Choose the ingredients you wish to put in your version of the mint chutney recipe.
Alcoeats offers a mouth-watering pudina chutney recipe that breezes the thunder out of you. The likable pudina chutney gels with Indian taste palate and can pair with everything. Enjoy the popular spicy, hot, and tangy chutney recipe from a vast selection of Indian foods. Use this chutney as a salad dressing, a side dish, or grilled vegetables, cutlets, or tikka. Or let’s say even Pani puri and chaat!
Faqs On Pudina Chutney Recipe
How to store Pudina Chutney?
The best way to store pudina chutney is to freeze it in the refrigerator using ice trays. That way, for even months, you can preserve your mint chutney safely.
How do you make pudina chutney taste lesser bitter?
By adding more mint and coriander leaves and some lemon juice to the chutney, you can attempt to make the mint chutney or mint coriander chutney less bitter. If you want to mask the bitterness, you may also try adding yogurt and sugar. Along with these, blend the chutney.
What flavor does mint chutney have?
The curd or yogurt that has been added gives this Pudina chutney a pleasantly tangy flavor. Along with the other ground spices, fresh curd gives a distinctive flavor.
Can pudina chutney be frozen?
The chutney can be frozen for 3 to 6 months and kept in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
Can mint chutney go bad?
The best way to know if the mint chutney has gone wrong is to smell it. It starts to have a foul smell. If you see mold, it should be thrown away.
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