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Manisha’s Green Chutney Recipe

You need this chutney in your life! It makes whatever you serve with it sing in your mouth. In India, this green chutney called Hari chutney is usually served with chaat (Indian snacks) like aloo tiki, Bombay toasted cheese sandwiches, samosa chaat, and many other wonderful street food snacks.

Many of you have tried and enjoyed my talented friend Manisha’s recipes on this site. This is the delicious green chutney that Mani served to us, alongside an amazing Indian street food menu. Mani is always so kind, super patient with my numerous questions, and giving with her phenomenal recipes.

So next time you make your favourite curry recipe, heat through ready-made Indian snacks or enjoy popadoms as a starter, whip up this green chutney and wait for the compliments.

Serving ideas:
Use as a dip for popadoms, samosas, pakora or in a sandwich and wow your palate.

Manisha's Green Chutney Recipe
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A vibrant, no-cook chutney that's easy to blend together and will make your mouth sing.
Recipe type: Chutney
Cuisine: Indian
Servings: 8 people
  • ½ large bunch coriander (60g)
  • ¼ bunch mint (30g, no stalks)
  • 4 cloves of garlic
  • 1 cm piece of fresh ginger
  • 1 small teaspoon green chili, or to taste
  • Juice of ½ lemon
  • ¼ teaspoon ground cumin
  • ½ teaspoon ground coriander
  • Salt to taste
  • Optional: a pinch of Hing
  • Cold water to thin the sauce
  1. Blend all the ingredients so that they amalgamate.
  2. You may need a splash of water to help the mixture on its way, depending on your blender.
  3. Once the ingredients are amalgamated, add a little water at a time to achieve the desired consistency.
  4. The green chutney should be the consistency of shop-bought mint sauce.
Serving ideas:
Use as a dip for popadoms, samosas, pakora or in a sandwich.
Enjoy making this delicious and versatile green chutney.

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