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.