Mint and Coriander chutney is one of the most popular snack sides from North of India. It is super delicious, super easy, and adds to the nutritional value of your food. And if that was not enough, it actually improves your digestion.

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Mint Coriander Chutney

So, if you are going to have a heavy snack such as fried tit bits or a heavy meal, make sure to keep it by your side and eat in heaps. You will not have any post digestive issues!

Mint and Coriander are both cooling herbs and this is a wonderful addition to the meal options of Pitta Diet or those suffering from Pitta Imbalance. You can also make this chutney into a cooling drink by simply adding some plain water, some more salt, and lemon.

We have added green mango to this recipe. You can replace green mango with tamarind, or lemon, or any sour fruit of your choice such as star fruit or green apple. Just try out different combinations and you will get a hang of what to add based on your required flavours!

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Mint Coriander Chutney with Green Mango

Mint and Coriander chutney is one of the most popular snack sides from North of India. It is super delicious, super easy, and adds to the nutritional value of your food. And if that was not enough, it actually improves your digestion.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time5 mins
Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: Indian
Diet: Diabetic, Low Fat, Vegan, Vegetarian
Keyword: mint
Servings: 4 people
Author: Nidhi Bansal
Cost: $5

Equipment

  • Food Proessor or Grinder

Ingredients

  • 100 g Fresh Mint Leaves
  • 100 g Fresh coriander leaves or cilantro leaves
  • 100 g Raw or Green Mango
  • inch Fresh ginger root
  • tsp Rock Salt To taste
  • 2 tbsp Water
  • 1 Green Chili Optional

Instructions

Preparing the Greens

  • Wash and separate the leaves from mint stalks. Discard the stalk as it is usually hard to eat.
  • Separate the roots from coriander stalks. Coriander stalks are pretty soft, so they can be added to your meals as such.
  • Wash and peel the ginger. Cut in small pieces.
  • Cut the green mango into small pieces to add to grinder. Wash properly and leave the skin intact. It is nutritious and adds to the flavour.

Making the Chutney

  • Now add all the ingredients together in a food processor and grind till you get a smooth paste.
  • Take it out in a glass container. Avoid metal and plastic containers.
  • Enjoy!
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Notes

You can replace green mango with Raw star-fruit or Green Apple or with tamarind paste.
You can also add an onion to the chutney. It is tasty but reduces the shelf life of the chutney.
This chutney can be stored in refrigerator for up to 4 days without much change in taste. Store in a air tight glass container

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Nidhi Bansal

Nidhi is the Founder of Medhya Herbals, a wellness venture that offers natural health solutions for Women. She has set on a mission to solve & simplify women's health care problems with all natural and holistic Ayurveda. Medhya Herbals offers Ayurvedic treatment through 1:1 Doctor consultations, Personalised Diet, Lifestyle and Exercise plans and online learning programmes. Start healing today!

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