Chutney originates from the Indian cuisine, and is often served as a side dish to spicy dishes. Chutney is often made from pre-cooked fruits, sugar and spices. This recipe for chutney does not contain pre-cooked fruit, but many delicious and tasty fresh herbs. The chutney is easy to make and can be served as a side dish to spicy dishes or as a dressing for salads.
What you need
- 2 1/2 decilitres of fresh coriander
- 2 1/2 decilitres of fresh mint leaves
- 1 tsp powdered cumin
- 2 tsp green chili
- 2 garlic cloves
- 3 cm ginger
- 2 tbsp of lime juice
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp cane sugar
- 1 ttbsp of water
How you do it
- Remove the stems from the fresh mint and coriander.
- Blend coriander, mint leaves, crushed cumin, garlic, lime juice, cane sugar, ginger and salt.
- Add a bit of water. The chutney should be firm in consistency, so do not add too much water.
- Season the chutney with a little extra salt and sugar.
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