Sweet and spicy chutney made with peanuts and coriander leaves
There are many different kinds of chutneys being made in Indian kitchen. Each chutney has its own flavours and taste. Some dishes are just incomplete without chutneys like chaats, pakoras, Parathas etc. There are many variations with the same ingredients to make chutney.
This recipe of Peanut Coriander Chutney is a Gujarati style chutney and is almost made everyday in our home. Actually coriander leaves are very beneficial and should be used in our day to day lives.
This chutney is a little spicy and sweet at taste. Peanuts gives the lovely texture to the chutney. I also make other chutneys like Khajur Imli Chutney, Peanut Green Chillies Chutney, Garlic Chutney, Fresh Mint Coriander Chutney.
Coriander Leaves needs no introduction to Indians. It's a famous ingredient used to make chutney or garnish some delicious food. For making Peanut Coriander Chutney you will require a nice bunch of fresh coriander leaves.
So let's proceed step by step to make peanut coriander chutney
You require very few ingredients to make peanut coriander chutney. Coriander leaves, salt, sugar, peanuts and lime juice
Wash and chop the coriander leaves. In a grinder add peanuts
Some chopped and little spicy green chillies, salt and sugar
Grind it for a few seconds to make a coarse mixture
Now add the chopped coriander leaves and grind it with very little water if required
Add lime juice immediately
Again give it a quick churn/whiz and your chutney is ready
Peanut coriander chutney is ready.
Recipe of Peanut Coriander Chutney
|Sweet and spicy chutney made with peanuts and coriander leaves|
- 1bunch fresh Corainder Leaves
- 1/4th cup Peanuts
- 1/4th tablespoon Sugar
- 2-3 Green Chillies
- Salt to Taste
- Wash and chop the coriander leaves. In a grinder add peanuts
- Also add chopped green chillies, salt and sugar
- Grind it for a few seconds to make a coarse mixture
- Now add the chopped coriander leaves and grind it with very little water if required
- Add lime juice immediately
- Again give it a quick churn/whiz and your chutney is ready