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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Dhaniya Chutney (Dhonepatar chatni)

                                                          
Coriander chutney is a very regular item in our kitchen. The best part is it's combination with different kinds of snacks like samosa, chat, french fries, sandwiches.
                                           
Serves: 4-5 persons , Preparation time: 10 minutes


Ingredients:
1 Big bunch of fresh coriander
1 Onion
3-4 Green chillies
1 Lemon juice
4-5 Garlic cloves
7-8 Pudina leaves
1/4 cup of tamarind
2 tsp mustard oil
salt to taste


Method:

Soak tamarind in water till it is tender, take out the seeds and make a paste. Add all the ingredients (excpet oil and salt) into a blender and blend to make a smooth paste. and finally add the mustard oil (this will preserve the green colour).

                                                      
The coriander chutney can be refrigerated for 2-3 days provided it is tightly covered with a lid.



17 comments:

  1. http://shanthisthaligai.blogspot.com/January 20, 2010 at 7:02 AM

    Lovely chutney and lovely click

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  2. Coriander and Coriander Chutney are a must in my kitchen too... The Chutney is great:)

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  3. the coriander chutney looks so tempting and it goes with anythig.

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  4. the chutney and the ingredients , nice clicks , mouth watering

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  5. This looks super yummy and tempting..very nice click, dear!

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  6. looks yum yum...nice click!

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  7. Hey Dear, Thanks for your visit and the lovely comments..I love this chutney and want to make now..I like your click..Please do drop in at my blog often..I'm here following you..

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  8. Coriander chutney looks very fresh...all time faviorte and with garic and onion new to me..got to try it..

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  9. Hi,

    Thanks for dropping to my blog!
    I am a chaat fan - this dhaniya chutney is a must for it..

    i am following ur blog. Donot want to miss any recipes!

    Cheers

    Jyoti

    www.theveggiehut.blogspot.com

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  10. Lovely chutney. I used to love the aroma of it. Looks perfect :)

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  11. Simply superb..Love the color..

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  12. hey Deepa ,
    nice mouth watering chutney, love to have it with sandwiches or samosas..yummy..

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  13. Hi
    Kothmir chutney is always fresh and yummy..

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  14. Hi Deepa !! Thank you for visiting and appreciating Unseen Rajasthan ! Well i must say yours is a beautiful Blog and you ongoing post made me remembered my young age when my mother used to make "Dhaniya Chutni" on Silbatta and we used to eat it with bread and Bati.It is really fantastic in taste.I Will definitely check out all your recipes soon !! Keep sharing the good recipes with us.

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  15. AshaLatha R K PrasadJanuary 22, 2010 at 10:23 AM

    Hey HR,

    Came here through jagruthi..... Actually wanted to visit that very name I saw... Hamari Rasoi..... I loved the welcoming part too.... But really all I saw here... was all very inviting.... & Yummy.... No second thoughts to that.... Yummy Chatakdaar!!! Chutney... & I liked the Mughlai Parata too.... Gr8 Going!!!!

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  16. Flavorful and aromatic coriander chutney, excellent picture:)

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  17. perfect and mothwatering chutney pic is very nice

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