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Mint chutney

This chutney is ideal for kababs, grilled veggies, paneer and meat.  It can be mixed with yogurt for kababs and with cream cheese to use as a spread for sandwiches and wraps.

1 Tbsp cumin seeds
1 bunch of mint
1/2 bunch of cilantro
4 green chillies (add more if you want it spicy)
4″ piece of ginger
8 pods of garlic (peeled)
2 Tbsp dry pomegranate seeds (available in Indian grocery store as anardhana seeds)
2 tsp black salt (available in Indian grocery store as kala namak.  It is pink in color though:))

How to make
Grind all the above mentioned ingredients into a fine paste with very little water. Adjust for salt.

Make it Fast, Fun, and Facile! – Sri

A huge batch of this chutney can be made and frozen in ice cube trays covered with saran wrap for an hour.  Once it is frozen remove the chutney cubes from the tray and place them in a ziploc bag.  Label the bag as ‘mint chutney’ and the date, so you know  when you made it.  These frozen cubes are ideal to pick just the right portion you will need each time.

This chutney can also be used in tri-colored rice.


February 26, 2008 at 9:34 pm 1 comment

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