Peanut Coriander Chutney | Peanut Dip | Chutney Recipe | मूंगफली धनिये की चटनी

Whether you’re eating dosa or paratha, pulao or naan, a little chutney on the side always lifts the meal up. Chutneys, which are basically slightly thick relishes made with mild spices and fresh foods, are a staple in Indian cuisine no matter which part of the country you come from.

Peanut Coriander Chutney

Peanut Coriander Chutney is a perfectly fresh and herby addition to anything you choose to dip in it. A mix of fresh coriander leaves is given a boost by garlic, green chiles, and roasted peanuts. I especially love the green chutneys and the coconut chutneys. And these are the chutneys I make almost every week.

Peanut Dip

Cilantro has good amounts of antioxidants and contains no cholesterol. These green leaves of coriander pop up in the cuisines of Thailand, Vietnam, India, and Mexico and add a wondrous, complex flavor to dishes. It looks a little like parsley but that is where the similarity ends.

Chutney Recipe

Combination of fresh coriander leaves and roasted peanuts ground with spices makes an interesting dip or chutney to any breakfast dish. Apart from making this amazing chutney, peanuts also provides good health benefits. Peanuts contain the good monounsaturated fat, proteins, and antioxidants. Peanuts are versatile ingredients that are used in various other dishes and snacks like the masala peanuts goes well with cocktails and is also used as topping to enhance the flavors in cookies as well as sabzis to give that nutty and flavor tinge. In this recipe I used store bought roasted peanuts.

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Ingredients :
Fresh coriander leaves – 1 small bunch
Garlic – 2
Roasted peanuts – 1/2 cup (store bought)
Green chilly – 1
Juice of half lemon
Salt to taste

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Method :

  1. Wash coriander leaves, garlic, green chilies.
  2. Put coriander leaves, garlic, and green chilies with all other ingredients in a grinder. Grind all ingredients until smooth.
  3. Add 1/4 cup of water and again blend it.
  4. Transfer chutney into a clean and dry glass jar. Serve with your favorite snacks.
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Rupali Bhandari Karki

My name is Rupali and I grew up in Chandigarh, one of the most beautiful cities in India. Chandigarh is the capital of Punjab, a state which is famous for cuisine high in butter. Currently, I live in Purmerend. It is a municipality and a city in the Netherlands, in the province of North Holland. The city is surrounded by polders, such as the Purmer, Beemster and the Wormer. Reyansh my naughty kid and Manoj my fitness freak husband inspires me to cook/bake healthy and experiment with food. This is how my passion for cooking started.