Pudina Chutney Recipe is a delicious chutney which goes very well with rice. Simple to make and yet so delicious, this chutney is truly unique.
This chutney goes very well with the moong dal khichdi. For me khichdi is definitely not complete without this delicious pudina chutney recipe.
Ammi would always make this mint chutney whenever she made khichdi, and that has passed on to my family as well. Serve the mint chutney with khichdi and some papad and you have a meal ready in no time at all. None of these are time consuming. They are easy and simple to make with the most basic ingredients.
You will even find another variation of the mint chutney recipe on the blog. There is slightly little difference. In that variation I have added peanuts and in this pudina chutney recipe, I haven’t added them. As Ammi never added the peanuts, I rarely add them too.
You can even serve this pudina chutney recipe with some plain hot rice. A dash of ghee over it and you will find amazing dish ready in a jiffy.
So let’s get started with Pudina Chutney Recipe, Mint Chutney Recipe for Rice
What You Need:
- 2 tbsp coconut
- 4 to 5 garlic cloves
- 2 to 3 green chili
- tamarind, lemon sized ball soaked in water
- salt to taste
- 1 onion
- bunch of mint leaves
How To Make:
- Take coconut, garlic, green chili, tamarind, onion and mint leaves in a mixie jar. Blend coarsely.
- Add salt to the chutney and serve it.
Check out the video recipe below
Signing off until next time,
Help us provide you with more recipes by sharing this recipe with your friends. Please don’t forget to like and comment if you enjoyed this post.
If you see any inappropriate ads on my blog, please use the report button at the bottom of the ad or send me the url to firstname.lastname@example.org. Appreciate your help.