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Apple Mint Chutney

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Adjust Servings:
2 green apples
1 cup mint leaves
6-7 garlic cloves
1-inch garlic
2 green chilies
1 tbsp oil
1 tbsp vinegar
salt to taste

Nutritional information

355 kcal
58.59 g
4.16 g
14.61 g
10 mg
0 mg

Apple Mint Chutney

  • Veg
  • 10 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy



Chutney is usually a side dish that adds up a certain tangy and zingy taste to everyday meals. These are essentially meant to spice up the food that you are having or about to have. And what can be more refreshing than an apple-mint chutney which contains the very ingredients known for freshness and flavor. This chutney tastes best when served along with fried starters. Perfect to go with crackers or any of your fried crispy items, this chutney makes a great dip too.

Health benefits

  • Green apples are very effective in treating digestive disorders.
  • The iron content in apples helps in raising the levels of blood oxygen.
  • Presence of antioxidants in green apples helps in cell re-building and cell rejuvenation.
  • Having an apple every day can help prevent disorders like Alzheimer.
  • Women who have extremely heavy periods are recommended to drink green apple juice to bring the bleeding under control.
  • Mint is most popularly known to improve oral health.
  • Mint is a natural stimulant. It provides relief from fatigue and depression.
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How to make Apple Mint Chutney

  • Add chopped green apples to a mixing jar.
    • Note: if you are using red apples, make sure to remove the skin.
  • Add ginger, garlic, green chilies, mint leaves, oil, vinegar, and salt and blend well.
    • Note: You can use lemon juice instead of vinegar if you like so, but it usually adds more sourness to the dish, when combined with apples.
  • Transfer the contents to a bowl and the apple-mint chutney is ready to be served.


  • Green apples contain more fiber and fewer carbohydrates in comparison to red apples.
  • Fear of eating apples is known as Malusdomesticaphobia.
  • Apples can float, as 25% of their volume is simply air.
  • There are around 7500 varieties of apples in the world.
  • Apple seeds contain a deadly poison called ‘Cyanide’.
  • It takes around 10 years for an apple seed to grow into fruit.
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