Nobody knows when the love affair between Indians and chutneys started, but we all know that it is not going to end any time soon! Whether we are eating a snack, or enjoying a meal, a delicious chutney always manages to find a place on our plates. Especially, the green chutney, its versatility makes it quite the delicious condiment to enjoy with a range of dishes - from pakodas, samosas, dhoklas, sandwiches and even dal-chawal! If you love green chutney as much as we do, then we have shortlisted some easy and delicious ways you can make green chutney at home using herbs like coriander, curry leaves, mint and more.
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1. Dhaniya (Coriander) Chutney
Coriander chutney, or dhaniya chutney or green chutney, is the most common side dish prepared in our homes. Its versatility adds to its popularity. It goes with just about anything, not just typical Indian meals but also with other kinds of foods like sandwiches and burgers.
Click here for the full recipe for Dhaniya chutney.
2. Pudina (Mint) Chutney
Summer being the season of mint, we can't help but stock our fridge with this aromatic herb. One of the best ways it is enjoyed in our households is by making a delicious and refreshing chutney out of it! The minty zing of the chutney makes it oh-so-delicious!
Click here for the full recipe of Pudina Chutney.
3. Kadi Patta (Curry Leaves) Chutney
While curry leaves are synonymous with South Indian food, they can also be used to make a delicious chutney. Refreshing curry leaves, tangy tamarind, spluttering mustard seeds, chillies and garlic come together for a heavenly chutney that is perfect to go with all your meals.
Click here for the full recipe of Kadi Patta Chutney.
4. Hare Nariyal (Coconut) Ki Chutney
The classic South Indian accompaniment, nariyal ki chutney, gets a herby and spicy twist to give hare nariyal ki chutney, also known as green coconut chutney. Ground green chillies and coriander leaves are used to add spiciness to the chutney.
Click here for the full recipe of Hare Nariyal Ki Chutney.
5. Dahi Hari Chutney
We all have seen restaurants serve a bright green chutney that is just finger-licking good! Now you can make that chutney at home. All you've got to do is bring together the basic ingredients that are required to make green chutney and add to it the goodness of hung curd!
Click here for the full recipe of Dahi Hari Chutney.
Try out these green chutneys and let us know which one is your favourite in the comments section below!