Mint chutney recipe, pudina chutney recipe
I am sure most of you would have taste mint chutney and had it along with dosa and idli. I love anything with mint leaves on it. I do not get fresh mint leaves in my place, and whenever I get a bunch of fresh leaves, I would start thinking about what to make with them. Gj also love the flavor of mint leaves. If he goes to indian grocery, then for sure I will know I have to make some recipe with mint leaves. I made mint chutney after a long time yesterday, I still have another bunch left. Let me see if I could make mint rice.
Mint chutney goes well with idli and dosa. It is very easy and simple to make. Kids will definitely like this recipe. You can also serve it along with rice and also use as a dip for bajji, bonda and pakoras.
The other chutney recipes that you might be interested:
coriander coconut chutney
kothamalli thogayal/coriander thogayal
tomato mint chutney
Preparation time. 5 minutes
Cook time. 10 minutes
Recipe category. side dish
Recipe cuisine. south indian
Serves. 2 persons
Mint leaves/pudhina – 1 and 1/2 cups
Gram dal/channa dal/kadalai paruppu – 1 tsp
Urad dal/ulutham paruppu – 1 tsp
Coconut (grated) – 4 tsp
Red chillies – 3
Curry leaves – 4 leaves
Water – as required
Salt – 1/2 tsp
Oil – 3 tsp
Note. The ingredients shown will vary with the original quantity.
1. Wash the mint leaves well. Heat oil in a pan, and fry gram dal and urad dal. Once the dals turn golden brown, add red chillies, curry leaves, salt, grated coconut, and mint leaves in an order. Fry for a minute and switch off the stove. Let it cool down and transfer to a mixer/blender.2. Grind it to a fine paste by sprinkling little water.Now, mint chutney is ready! Serve with rice, dosa and idli.
- You can season it at the end with mustard seeds, urad dal and curry leaves.
Mint chutney recipe, pudina chutney recipe below: