Ubiquitous coriander chutney

The ubiquitous coriander chutney is a very integral part of the Indian cuisine. You can have it with parathas, veg & non-veg starters, sandwiches, chaat items, garnishing and many more ways of using the coriander chutney. Let’s have a look at how the coriander chutney is made:


A big bunch of coriander leaves

5-6 garlic cloves

1 teaspoon jeera


4-5 chillies


Mint leaves (optional)

½ teaspoons turmeric powder

½ teaspoon coriander powder

Salt to taste


Grind all the above mentioned ingredients finely adding sufficient water making it into a paste.  That’s it! You’re done with the chutney! That’s quick to make! You can have it with chaat items, sandwiches & garnishing.

Few of them like to have it with tadka maar ke, just the way I like it. This will go well with parathas. You can also add finely cut onions which brilliantly compliments veg & non-veg starters.

So grab a bunch of fresh coriander leaves from your bhajiwala and make the quick & healthy coriander chutney! 🙂


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  1. Pingback: Green Chutney/Mint Coriander chutney/Dip | Keli Paan

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