Best Green Chutney Recipe | How to make green chutney for chaat recipes. Green chutney is a quick spicy condiment of green coriander ground along with some spices and seasonings. We also call it as hari chutney. This tangy spicy chutney is a one such healthy addition that is always stocked in my fridge. The hari chutney recipe, is often used in Indian Cuisine, especially for chaats like pani puri, bhel puri sev puti, for samosa, for sandwiches, kathi rolls, frankies and variety of Indian snacks. Here is how to make green chutney recipe for chaats at home.
Indian chutneys are an essential part of an Indian cuisine and no Indian meal is complete without chutneys. Personally, I am a huge fan of it and any of my meal is incomplete without them. My favourites are coconut chutney south Indian style, hari chutney and kairi ki chutney.
Green Chutney Ingredients:
The hari chutney recipe uses a very few ingredients but the outcome of this chutney is just outstanding. To make the chutney, we need lots of hara dhaniya (green coriander), green chillies (hari mirch), garlic (lehsun) and ginger (adrak). The tangy flavour enhancer here in this chutney is chaat masala and lemon juice. But, if you wish, you can add any of the either. Furthermore, you can skip garlic cloves if you are planning to make no onion no garlic chutney recipe. For this recipe, occasionally I use only black salt or pink salt and sometimes both. The choice is all yours for what ingredients to choose that will make your palate and tummy happy :). As the chutney has lots of coriander in it, this hari chutney aids digestion. The chutney enhances the taste of every meal we enjoy at home.
How to store green chutney (hari chutney)?
The hari chutney recipe keeps very well in refrigerator for 15 days if stored in clean and airtight container. You can also, store in a freezer in an ice tray in portions for good 3-4 months. Use it as an when required.
How to use this Indian Green Chutney Recipe?
This Indian style chutney is a perfect pair to popular Indian snacks or street food recipes. The list includes pakoras, Veg sandwich, Bombay Vadapav, Bombay sandwich, Khaman Dhokla, batata vada and our very famous samosa. And how can I not mention the main role of this chutney. Yes, this hari chutney is best for any mumbai chaat recipes. The main reason why this has so much importance to me, because I love chaats.
Chaat recipes are very frequent at my home and this chutney becomes handy. You can pull out any chaat in no time. Be it a bhelpuri, sev puri, ragda pattice, dahi puri, Dahi pakori chaat, aloo tikki, dahi bhalla chaat, samosa chaat or quick aloo chaat recipe. Oh, I love to drizzle this chutney on the chaats I make at home. Apart from chaats, this chutney makes its way to bread sandwiches. A generous slather of chutney on bread along with cheese, and grill it on a pan. This lovely chutney on toast is my best bet when I want indulge in quick chatpata snack. A quick cheese chutney sandwich is ready in minutes. Now, without wasting much time, let’s see how to make hari chutney recipe for chaat recipes.
Green chutney is a quick spicy condiment of green coriander ground along with some spices and seasonings. The hari chutney recipe, is often used in Indian street food, especially for chaats, for sandwiches, kathi rolls, frankies and variety of Indian snacks
2 cups, fresh coriander leaves (hara dhaniya)
3-4 green chilies (hari mirch) (you can adjust as per the preference)
1/2 inch, ginger, piece
3-4 garlic cloves
1/2 teaspoon, chaat masala
1/2 teaspoon, lemon juice
Black salt or regular salt to taste.
how to make green chutney recipe:
Clean the coriander leaves well. Add the dhaniya leaves into a blender
Now , add garlic, ginger, green chilies, lemon juice, chaat masala, salt and blend it to fine paste. Add a tablespoon of water if needed.
Green chutney is ready, store it in a clean airtight container under refrigeration
Remove the thick stalks of the coriander leaves.
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How to Make Green Chutney Recipe (Hari chutney recipe):
First, Clean and wash the coriander leaves well. Then, add the dhaniya leaves into a blender. Now, add garlic, ginger, green chilies, lemon juice, chaat masala, salt and blend it to fine paste. Only if needed, add a tablespoon of water.
Hari Chutney is ready, store it in a clean airtight container under refrigeration