Like tomato ketchup, green chutney is a must have accompaniment at my place. I always have this green chutney stocked up as we need it for making sandwiches, and as an accompaniment for muthias, dhokla, samosa, vada, bhajjiya….the list is endless really.
This recipe I am sharing is my mother-in-law’s. She makes this chutney for us and we shamelessly ask her to make some more when our stock is over. 🙂 This chutney freezes well and I usually stock it in the freezer for 3-4 weeks.
Having this mint coriander chutney ready is a real time saver and I am thankful for my mother-in-law’s culinary skills and her generosity for our continued supply of green chutney. There are some food supplies that I simply can not do without and yet don’t need to make.
This post was last modified on April 9, 2019 5:16 pm
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