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Amla Chutney

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Ingredients

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100 g amla
100 g coriander leaves – chopped coarsely
4-5 green chilies
1 tsp salt
½ tsp red cumin seeds (jeera)
1 pinch asafetida (hing)
½ tsp black salt
3-4 tbsp water

Nutritional information

7 kcal
calories
1.5 g
carbohydrates
0.1 g
protein
0 g
fat
1.3 mg
sodium
0 mg
cholesterol

Amla Chutney

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
  • 5 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy

Ingredients

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With winters approaching, many of us get caught by the common respiratory and seasonal change illness. Adding amla to your daily diet will help you keep these illnesses at bay as this berry is blessed with a lot of vitamin C. It is also a well-known cure for treating a sore throat.

It doesn’t matter if you are a parantha lover or a fan of south Indian delicacies like idli and dosa, amla chutney makes the best accompaniment with all types of main course dishes. It has a unique balance of sweet, sour, pungent and bitter flavors all subtle yet you cannot mis any!

Health benefits

There are unlimited health benefits of amla. Let’s have a look at some of the most coon and prominent ones.

  • Amla is virtually a super fruit that is believed to slow down aging.
  • It is high in digestive fiber, thereby increasing metabolic
  • It is also helpful in boosting immunity and reducing blood sugar levels.
  • It is known to improve eyesight and cognitive system.
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How to make Amla Chutney

  • Cut off the pulp of amlas and remove the seeds.
  • Add the amla chucks and coriander leaves in a mixing jar.
  • Add green chilies, salt, cumin seeds, asafetida, black salt, and water to the mixing jar and grind to a thin paste. Spicy and delicious amla chutney is ready to be served.
  • Store this spicy-zingy chutney in an airtight container. Keep it refrigerated to keep it fresh for 6-7 days.

Trivia

  • Ever wondered why Amla is also known as Indian gooseberries? The reason is that amla tree is a native to India and Nepal.
  • Amla is native to South Asian countries of India, Pakistan, and
  • Amla is extensively used in Indian Ayurvedic preparations and home remedies.
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