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How to Prepare Mint Chutney

Let's stop the story about Kuching for a while (tired lah... still 100++ photos to be selected ) and look into our Kitchen Story...

I got this from one of the mailing list that I subscribed. Chutney is a dish of Indian Cooking. I just came to know the Mint Sauce that I eat with my favorite Garlic Naan is also known as Mint Chutney tau makan saja...

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From: Mealtimemenus@yahoogroups.com On Behalf Of cutglass
Sent: Monday, September 10, 2007 7:59 PM
To: mealtimemenus@yahoogroups.com
Subject: ~*Mealtimemenus*~ Recipe: Pudina Chutney


Recipe: Pudina Chutney



Pudina (mint) has excellent medicinal properties. It relieves indigestion, biliousness, flatulence, iron deficiency anaemia and hence including pudina chutney in everyday meal is very good for health. Tea prepared with pudina leaves to which a tsp. each of lime juice and honey are added is an excellent cure for common cold, sore throat and that bloated sensation in the stomach after a heavy meal.

A face pack of fresh pudina leaves cures pimples and blackheads and is a very good moisturizer.

So here is the genuine recipe for the chutney.

Ingredients:
Pudina leaves(mint leaves) : 2 cups
Coriander leaves : 2 cups
Green chillies : 3 or 4 nos.(according to taste)
Tamarind or : size of a marble
Tamarind paste : 1 tsp.
Jaggery : 1 tbsp.
Salt to taste
Curry leaves and ginger: optional



Method:

Wash the pudina leaves and coriander leaves and green chillies in running water and wipe with clean towel to remove all the moisture.

If using tamarind, soak in 2 tbsp. of hot water. Grind all the ingredients together. Your tasty pudina chutney is ready. ENJOY!



It may look like a lot of quantity of leaves to start with and so don’t grind in a very big jar of the blender. Add little quantity at a time and with each grinding the leaves will settle down when crushed and the whole lot of leaves will go in a smaller jar, which will be more convenient to grind. In a bigger jar, once all the leaves settle down the grinding won’t be proper as the quantity will be very little.

This chutney goes well with chapatis, puris, dosa, idli and rice. This can also be used as a sandwich filling.

Posted by Ammupatti



psstttt... jaggery tu apa ek? selalu tinggal makan jer...


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