Recipe: green chutney, India's favourite condiment

Quick and easy recipe for green chutney

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Green chutney, or 'hara chutney' is India's version of ketchup. It is served as a dip with almost every snack that there is. This spicy, tangy dip is loved by one and all; it's eaten with kebabs, sandwiches, street-side snacks like samosas, pakoras and poppadoms, and in chaat as well.

It is also an extremely versatile sauce. We use it as a dipping sauce; if mixed with plain yoghurt it can be used as raita, and it makes an excellent marinade for a green chicken or fish tikka. It also is used as a spreading sauce inside rolls.

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My fave way of having chutney – with a Bombay sandwich

My fave way of having chutney – with a Bombay sandwich

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Comments (16)

  • That sounds great! *adding to list*

      4 months ago
  • Sounds good will have to try that. Is that toasted sandwiches at the bottom?

      4 months ago
  • The Bombay sandwich looks epic!

      4 months ago
    • Oh, that one is from Jay Sandwich in Mumbai. He is the best I mean absolute best one you can ever have. He even has won all foodie awards for best sandwich guy. Jay Sandwich is like my temple. When in Mumbai I eat it daily.

        4 months ago
  • Sorry about the delay but here is the recipe as you requested. Let me know what you have it with.

      4 months ago
    • Yaaaaay! It's heeerrrrreee! I've literally been waiting MONTHS. Worth it. Gonna make some this weekend if I can get hold of enough coriander.

        4 months ago
    • Thanks Shivaum! (and Mrs Shivaum!)

        4 months ago
  • That. Sounds. Delicious.

      4 months ago
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