5 Reviews

Love this chutney. It's so quick to make and absolutely packed with flavour. I made it with two bunches of coriander, using both leaves and stems, and half of a red onion, which is what I had on hand. It goes so well with much more than just Indian food. So far the two of us have enjoyed it on salmon steaks, prawns, porterhouse steaks, baked potatoes, cheese snacks, and a duck and mango salad. Thanks so much for posting.

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Leggy Peggy December 15, 2010

If you like cilantro, don't let this one get by you. It's absolutely perfect, refreshing cilantro chutney. Don't save it just for Indian food. It would be great with Mexican/Southwestern, bean dishes, or rich cheese dishes that could use a fresh/acid note for balance. Try it with a grilled cheese sandwich! Thanks so much!

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Cinnamon Turtle December 28, 2011

Great recipe! Thanks. I made this to serve with Onion Fritters and my husband asked me if I had hired the local Indian Chef!! Thank you for posting, I will be making this time and time again.

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zwohunde March 27, 2010

Really great and simple recipe. This is good with or without the chilies. Make this and serve it with a batch of samosas for a tasty snack.

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D Rusak March 26, 2008

I used homegrown coriander.I halved this recipe and it came out really really nice; It was just what I was looking for. The only change besides the halving was only using half of a green chili since I don't like too much "heat" in my food. It's really nice as a sandwich spread!

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Heather Sullivan June 07, 2004
Ground Cilantro (coriander) Chutney