Hello beautiful foodies! Coriander Mint chutney is a refreshing chutney and it can go with almost everything from snacks, to main course, healthy dips, marinade, sandwich spread and garnishings.
✓ Boost immunity
✓ helpful in digestion
✓ Boost detoxification
✓ Rich in powerful antioxidants
✓ Rich in Vitamin C, K
✓ Regulates blood sugar level
✓ Rich in copper, manganese iron and magnesium.
✓ Lowers cholesterol and high blood pressure
✓ mint is natural remedy for nausea
I would like to share how I make my green chutney, so let's get started.
Coriander leaves (approx 2 cups) chopped)
Mint leaves (approx 3/4 cups) chopped
Green chili 2-3 pcs.
Cumin seed 1/2 tspn
Sugar (a pinch)
Wash thoroughly mint and coriander, chili
Blender altogether adding 2tbspn of water.
Blender thoroughly Till smooth paste.
You can make it in a bulk in freeze it, however I prefer to make fresh batch and put to ref. Consume within 4-5 days maximum. It may darken after 2 days, just add lemon juice to enhance the green colour of chutney.
This is a healthy dip, a mixture of yoghurt and green chutney. Or you can also eat to this mixture with rice.
Or you can simply eat it with rice, just like that.