Mint Chutney

Deliciously tart and spicy, this mint chutney is the perfect accompaniment to dishes such as samosa'sonion pakora's and chicken tikka kabobs! We also love using it as a spread on sandwiches, like our Bombay grilled sandwich. If you frequent Indian restaurants, you most likely have been served this chutney with crispy papadum.
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July 29, 2019
Total time:
9 Minutes
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Directions

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Wash the mint and coriander leaves and discard the stalks. Place in a blender or food processor with the rest of the ingredients and process briefly to get a chunky sauce. That's it!

  • The cumin is optional. It would work great with heavier meals like lamb or fried winter vegetables. 
  • This sauce could be added to soups.
  • You could also use it as pasta sauce.

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