Chutney or Cilantro Chutney is similar to Mint Chutney. With many of
the South Indian meals, it is common to find a green chutney as an
accompaniment. Try this recipe or the mint chutney with masala Dosa or
or Coriander Chutney
1 cup coriander
1 tablespoon oil or Ghee
3 small green chilies, minced
1 tsp garlic paste
1 tsp ginger paste
1/4 tsp sugar
salt to taste
Heat the oil in a frying pan and fry the green chilies and ginger for
about 2 minutes. Reduce the heat and add garlic paste. Remove from the
heat and add coriander leaves and mix completely. Place the mixture
together with, salt and sugar in a food processor or grinder and mix
until well blended.
You should be
able to find the ingredients locally, or if you prefer, shop
online for prepared cilantro chutney.
Cilantro or Coriandrum sativum
goes by different names. In India, it is called Coriander Leaves, in
the Far East, they call it Chinese Parsley or Yuen Sai. As you probably
know, the seeds also make a wonderful seasoning for
curry sauces and pastries.