Saturday, March 17, 2007

MINT-CORIANDER CHUTNEY

I made this simple chutney which is usually made by street sandwich makers.
This is very easy to make and it last long as there is no ingredient which has the tendency to go bad.

MINT-CORIANDER CHUTNEY

1 Bunch coriander leaves
Half the quantity of mint leaves (here it depends on each one’s choice some like to have more mint and less coriander)
1 inch ginger piece
Garlic [optional]
3 green chilies
½ tsp sugar
1 tsp lemon juice
Salt to taste
Some add peanuts to this chutney; you can also add a piece of onion for a thick consistency
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METHOD : blend or grind all the ingredients together
Do not add too much water
The chutney is ready.

YOU CAN EAT IT WITH SANDWICHES, AND ALSO AS A DIP FOR CRACKERS OR EVEN FRIED FISH.

In the above picture you can see the burger bun which i had purchased in order to make veg burgers at home , but finally i made this chutney and decided to alter my sandwich into a burger-sandwich i.e i used the burger bun like a normal sandwich slice bread.
i put a lot of tomatoes,cucumber,boiled potatoes , onions etc on the bread
i also put a layer of cheese, and sprinkled chaat masala on the top.

YUMMYYYY!!!!!!!




2 comments:

Hostess Goddess said...

Thanks for the recipe, I have suggested your recipe for my recipe to go with my Kati Roll thats semi homemade

http://hostessgoddess.com/2009/06/16/katiroll/

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