I learned this recipe from my mother, this chutney is usually used as a spread for a sandwich, the chutney can also be had with pakora, samosa, roll, chana chaat, potato chips, and even as an accompaniment with dal rice
- You can use this sauce with yogurt as well
- Take 250-gram yogurt to whisk it very well then add 2 tbsp green sauce in it further stir to combine well
- This chutney can be used in making burger
- Serve with the sandwich, kabab samosa, pakora, etc
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Take all ingredients and prepare all veggies and rinse them
Soak the tamarind in hot water for an hour and extract all seeds from the tamarind pulp, Note: you can even use hard green/red tomato instead of tamarind
Coriander mint chutney is an easy and quick recipe, is prepared with a few ingredients, and the tangy and spicy sauce can be served with your all-time favorite snacks
- 1 cup, fresh coriander leaves
- 1 cup, fresh mint leaves
- 4, cloves, garlic
- 3, green chilies
- 1/3 cup, tamarind pulp
- Salt to taste
- 1 tsp, cumin seeds
- 1/3 tsp, sugar
- Put the coriander and mint leaves along with green chilies, cumin seeds, and tamarind pulp with little water in your mixer and processor
- Blend them until everything is incorporated.
- Remove from the mixer into a serving bowl.
- Add salt and sugar.
- Serve alongside cutlets, kebabs, etc.
- or as a sandwich spread
- Spread and joy!