Mint Chutney
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Author vahchef Yield No Value
Published Nov 4, 2007 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Dipping/Pickles Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Sugar Standing Time 1 hour
Description: Mint chutney made with frest mint, spiced with few green chillies, have a pleasant warm, fresh, aromatic, sweet-spicy flavor with a cool after taste.

Recipe of Mint Chutney

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Mint 2 Bunch
Gr Chillies 4 Numbers
Ginger 20 Grams
Garlic 6 Piece
Cumin 1 Tablespoons
Coriander 1 Bunch
Salt 1 To Taste
Yogurt 1 Cup
Pomegranate Seeds(dry) 2 Tablespoons


  1. Blend all the ingredients add yogurt for kabab chutney blend add pinch sugar for pakoda chutney blend add chopped onion, add ghee and mix with hot rice for excellent mint rice.
Posted Nov 4, 2007

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AK Mar 18, 2012
Excellent and easy to make recipes. And Love the chef.

Steve May 12, 2009
Making this chutney was not easy or fun, but in the end I was able to do it. It was those pomegranate seeds that messed things up. They just wouldn't blend in. What I did was to add more water to the ingredients so that the food processor would make a paste. Then I put it all in a blender. Even so, I still had to strain the mixture. It was tasty on papadum and samosas. Maybe my seeds were too old? I'll try it next time without the seeds.

atiya Apr 29, 2009
ya chef i too want 2 know about panipuri mint chatni.

Asavari Nov 10, 2008
Very interesting & fun to watch, Chef Sanjay eating mint leaves. [:))]
Thanks a lot...............

pinky Oct 7, 2008
hi...i have saw ur video n u ve told thtu welcome our suggetions or tipsso i wanna say a very nice thing tht add some peanuts it makes chatney tuff n teastful and some time it happens tht by mistake we cud add much water on tht time u can use some more peanuts one more thing add lime juice also then test it.......i m sure tht u ll definately like it..

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