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Pudina Chutney Recipes
All those who are fond of making different kinds of chutney should surely try this one. Chef Bhavna shows how to make mint chutney. Its so easy to make and can be served with various Indian snacks. Do try out this recipe and dont forget to watch the video.
Pudina Chutney (Mint Pesto) Fudino Chutney
Pudina chutney is probably one of the most popular accompaniment to Indian snacks and starters and is substitute for tomato sauce. Watch the video to learn how to make South Indian Style spicy pudina chutney made with roasted dal and spices and fresh coconut
Tangy Pudina Chutney
Place all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Remove to a bowl and adjust the seasoning according to taste. Tastes best when fresh. Store in a jar and refrigerate. It stays fresh for up to a week.
Prepare the mint. Break off the leaves from the tough stems. Wash them well in a number of changes of water. Cut off the roots from the coriander. Spread it out on the chopping board or a plate and pick out any mushy black leaves. Wash the rest well. Chop the
Pudine Ki Chutney
Place all the ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Adjust seasoning. Chill and use fresh.
Dahi Pudina Chutney
MAKING 1 Clean the mint leaves and wash them well. 2 Chop the leaves finely. 3 Chop the green chillies. 4 In a grinder jar add all the ingredients and grind until smooth. 5 In a bowl beat the curd well. 6 Combine with the ground mixture. SERVING 7 Serve as
Heat 4 tbs oil in a saucepan add methi seeds urad dal red chillies crushed garlic saute for 10 seconds. Add pudina leaves cilantro saute until pudina softens add juice of soaked tamarind add salt as per taste. Grind all the ingredients into a paste.