By Sana on February 17, 2006
Photo by spacekadet
Photo by spacekadet
"You can adjust all the ingredients according to your taste. All Indian savories are served with this Green Chutney and/or the Tamarind - Date Chutney"
Serving Size: 1 (21 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"I marinated some cubed chicken breast with the chutney for about 15 minutes. Sauteed some onions in a some olive oil then added the chicken, covered and cooked on high heat - stirring occaisionally for about 10 mins. I then added tomato paste (heaping tablespoon) and just a dash of water to liquify - stirred and continued to cook (covered) for another 10 mins until cooked through. Delicious served with rice!"
"This was good, but a little tart from what I'm used to. I think I'll try one without tamarind next time to see if it;s more similar to the one they serve at our favorite Indian restaurant."
"I made this today and it was delicious! I simply made mint chutney and cucumber sandwiches and I'll be having it often now. Hmmmmm."
"I serve this, along with samosas, as an appetizer when I am making an indian dinner. It is so fresh and delicious tasting. Plus, it is very easy to make!"
"I was looking for some sort of pesto where I could use up all the mint which I bought at the local market. This recipe caught my attention because it has lots of cilantro, not to mention the ginger & garlic. Very easy to make, too. Instead of grinding all ingredients in a blender or food processor, I finely chopped them for more texture. Now that I have this delicious and very healthy chutney/pesto, someone please tell me how to use it. Right now I am eating it off a spoon. Your suggestion would be great?"
"I made this to go with Besan Cheela (chickpea flour pancakes). It was delicious! And I'm sure it's going to be even better today, after the flavors have had a chance to blend a bit."
"I made this as it is an ingredient in Sana's Fruit Chaat, and am so happy that I have a jar of it left to use in other dishes. This, combined with Sana's Tamarind Date Chutney and my Chat Masala makes an incredible dressing for the fruit salad. I am already thinking of all the other ways I can use this wonderful condiment."