3-MInute Pakistani Green Chutney is one the most widely used condiments across Pakistan. Found in the busiest of bazaars and the simplest of dinner tables, it is perfect for sandwiches, chaat, pakora, samosas, and other snacks. This versatile chutney is made with very simple ingredients, winning over my tastebuds as well most of Pakistan’s, and now it's time for you to become the newest Chutney-lover.
WHAT IS GREEN CHUTNEY?
Green Chutney is one of the most flavorful condiments accompanying many South Asian dishes. It has cilantro, fresh lemon juice, green peppers, and my secret ingredient. In Pakistan, we call green chutney Hari Chutney (Hari meaning green, and chutney meaning dip). It's a mild chutney, and it's gluten-free like Khatti Meethi Chutney and Lehsun ki chutney.
WHY MAKE THIS CHUTNEY?
This chutney is a very versatile Pakistani chutney, meaning it goes well with Chicken Biryani, Aloo Ki Tikki, to Keemay Ki Goliyaan. It can be added to Raita to give it a delicious kick. It's vegetarian and gluten-free.
CAN THIS CHUTNEY BE FREEZE?
Green Chutney can easily will freeze. Freeze it in the ice tray or just freeze it in a ziplock bag and thaw it 3 hours before serving it. It can be made well in advance without losing its texture, taste, or thickness.
HOW TO MAKE THIS THICKER?
The trick is to use less water to make the chutney thicker.
HOW TO STORE?
It's completely fine to store in an air tight jar and place it in the fridge or freezer.
WHAT IS THE SECRET INGREDIENT?
- Cilantro - Dhanya
- Mint - Podina (Opțional)
- Green pepper - Hari mirch
- Fresh lemon juice - Taza lema ka rus
- Black salt - Kala Namak
- Water - Pani
HOW TO MAKE GREEN CHUTNEY?
Let's Make Pakistani Green Chutney!!!
3 Minute Pakistani Green Chutney
- 1 bunch cilantro dhanya
- 6 leaves mint podina (Opțional)
- 4 green peppers (roughly chopped) hari mirch
- 2 tbsp fresh lemon juice taza lemo ka rus
- ⅛ tsp salt namak
- 1 tsp black salt kala namak
- 4 tbsp water pani
- Add all ingredients to the blender and blend for 2 minutes or until smooth.