Ingredints:-
Fresh Mint Leaves – 1 bunch
½ cup grated fresh coconut
5 green chillies
Sugar-1/2 tbsp(optional)
Water-1/4 cup or as required
Salt to taste
1 small piece Tamarind

For Seasoning:-
1 tbsp Urad Dal (black gram dal)
Pinch of Asafoetida(hing)

Mustard Seeds-1 tbsp
Jeera-1 tbsp
Red Chillies-3-4
curry leaves-5





Method:-
In a pan, roast the washed mint leaves and the green chillies with ½ tsp oil. Roast until the leaves wilt and are slightly brown. A nice aroma will emanate. Turn off the stove. Add the tamarind piece to this and keep aside. Combine all the roasted ingredients (Mint leaves, green chilies), the fresh coconut, salt,sugar, turmeric ,tamarind and about ½ cup of water and grind to a smooth paste. In a small pan, roast the urad dal with a drop of oil on low heat until light brown. Season with mustard seeds, urad dal, dry red chillies and curry leaves, Asafoetida.
Serve with hot rice.

I am sending this recipe for the Herb Mania-Fresh mint Event hosted by Dee of Ammulu' s Kitchen.

24 Comments:

  1. Asha said...
    I made a similar one for her too, looks great Sireesha!:)
    Sireesha said...
    Thanks u very much asha for encouraging me by giving so quick and lovely comments.
    Happy cook said...
    Just came from Ashas place and there to it is this chutney.
    This alsoLooks really good.
    Cham said...
    I just had this chutney and idli :)Looks yummy Sireecha
    Amrutha said...
    Hey sireesha!
    I love Mint! You have a nice blog too! And guess what, you live in my favorite city in the world. That makes you my new best friend :). Where in Paris do you live? I lived there for about a year!
    Keep up the great blog!
    Amrutha
    Laavanya said...
    This looks great Sireesha.. lovely colour and the mint leaves - so refreshing they look!
    Swati Raman Garg said...
    i love mints.. thanks for letting me know about this event...

    ok i have a small something for you in my blog.. come over and check it :)
    Suma Rajesh said...
    looks great sireesha...i luv pudina very much...and also the like the pic of tadka
    Uma said...
    wow, lovely chutney, Sireesha! looks so colorful and mouth-watering. nice entry.
    Archy said...
    Chutney with mint and coconut!! sounds great!! nice entry !!
    sowmya said...
    nice chutney..looks delicious..
    Swati: Sugarcraft India said...
    Hi Sireesha

    Thanks so much for your lovely words on my blog..I am so happy to see your blog with such delicious recipes..I loved the Gobi 65 and this chutney too looks great!!
    See ya around...
    Mrs.SriLekha said...
    hi sireesha
    i will prepare both mint chutney and coconut chutney as two different chutneys. but u have combined both in one chutney. outcome is good. delicious....
    Devi Priya said...
    Sireesha, the color looks great! Love this chutney with idli!
    VEGETABLE PLATTER said...
    Hey There is a surprise for You at my blog :)
    srikar's kitchen said...
    looks nice... fantastic yummy receipe...
    niya said...
    Bonjour Sireesha

    Comment allez-vous?

    ( My son's second language's French )

    Thanks a lot for visiting my blog.

    cheers :)
    Maya said...
    Sireesha, I like mint chutney to go with many things. Its so refreshing and yumm..Thanx for ur recipe. My first time at ur blog here :)..
    Suma Rajesh said...
    sireesha...visit my blog ..somthing for u
    notyet100 said...
    looks nice...nd yummy...
    ramya said...
    Pudina Chutney looks awesome.......
    Sireesha said...
    Thank u all for ur sweet comments....
    lothi said...
    hi ur blog is too gud...great blog! And ur mint chutney recipe is awesome....!!
    sabita said...
    Love the mint chutney......yummm

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