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Green Chutney
by Laura Holmes
Magazine Issue: U.S. Vol. 5.2
Green Chutney

Chutney is an Indian relish, and there are three basic styles: sweet, spicy and piquant. They're prepared by grinding herbs, chilies or vegetables into a chunky mixture. You can buy chutneys in the supermarket, but you'll be blown away at the bold flavors if you taste chutney in a good Indian restaurant.

(makes approx. 2 cups)

1 cup cilantro, chopped
1 T grated coconut
1 T nuts, roasted (peanuts or almonds)
1 T dalia*
4 mint leaves
3 green chilies
1 t lemon juice
Salt to taste

Stick 'em all in a blender and whir 1-2 minutes. If it's too thick, add a little water. You can freeze any leftover chutney.

* Dalia is a roasted gram flour, available at Indian grocery stores.

Cross References:
Navratna Korma
Nawabi Curry
Paneer
Naan

Original Source:
Indian Food

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