Mint Chutney

2 years ago

Mint chutney is an all-purpose dip for all varieties of appetizers and also a side dish. This tongue-tickling recipe is not only simple to make but also brings additional flavourful deliciousness to all Indian food.

Region: Pan India

Nature: Side/Accompaniment/Dip/Chutney

Cuisine: Indian

Prep Time: 10 Min

Cook Time: 05 Min

Total Time: 15 Min

Serves: 4

Main Ingredients:



Fresh mint leaves

150 gm

Cilantro leaves

100 gm


½ cup

Roasted cumin powder

1 tsp

Black salt/ Salt

To taste

Amchur powder (Dry mango powder)

½ tsp

Onion slice/chopped

1 no

Ginger chopped


Green onion

1 cup

Lemon juice

1 tbsp

Green chilies

1-2 no

Ice cubes

08-10 no

Main Methods:

  1. Wash all the vegetables in running water before cutting.

  2. Chop Roughly all the vegetables and keep them aside.

  3. If possible, use only the leaves and do not use the stems use wilted or dry mint and cilantro leaves always use fresh ones.

  4. Take the fresh curd in a bowl, add an equal amount of water and whisk it well.

  5. Roasted cumin powder, amchur powder (dry mango powder) and black salt/salt with the curd.

  6. Put mint leaves, cilantro, ginger, onion, green onions and green chilies into a grinder jar with 5-6 ice cubes to grind them to a smooth paste.

  7. Ice cubes and lemon helps prevent discoloration of mint chutney.

  8. To make a spicy chutney add more green chilies.

  9. Add curd to the freshly ground green chutney and give spin until mix well.

  10. Blend them to a uniform paste and takeout this paste to a bowl.

  11. Check the chutney for salt and taste and add lemon juice.

  12. Balance the seasoning by adding salt and other spices if required.

  13. Mint chutney is ready to serve.

  14. Refrigerate the chutney in an airtight steel or glass jar.

  15. Mint chutney goes well with almost every appetizer.

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