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Pudina Chutney

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Pudina Chutney

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

Ingredients

  • Ingredients for Tempering (Optional)

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Pudina chutney is a traditional pairing for Indian breakfasts.This refreshing, toasty dish is best served with idli, dosa, and a number of other snacks both in the morning and throughout the day. However you serve it, it’s sure to be a massive hit! 

Health Benefits

The primary ingredient in this chutney is mint. It has a ton of nutritional benefits that you may not expect. It helps with digestion, and can sooth indigestion and inflammation, making it a great home remedy for a bad stomach ache.

In addition to helping with stomach pain, the aroma of mint is a ready and effective treatment for nausea. When rubbed on the nose or forehead, mint oil can also help ease headaches quickly.

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How to make Pudina Chutney

  1. Rinse mint leaves in clean water.
  2. Drain completely and pat dry.
  3. Blend green chilli, dal, ginger or garlic, coconut, salt, and mint inside a blender.
  4. Add water a little at a time, scraping excess off the sides of the blender.and blending again until you reach your desired texture.
  5. Add lemon juice; adjust salt and chilli to taste.
  6. Heat oil in a pan and sauté the mustard, dals, and red chilli until golden brown.
  7. Add hing, combine well, and take off the heat.
  8. Combine and stir well.
  9. Serve with dosa, idli, or any other snack or breakfast you like. 

A quick, simple, tantalizing recipe sure to have your taste buds dancing and your house guests begging for more. You’ll be the envy of the office. Pack your pudina chutneyin a Vaya Tyffyn steel lunch box and enjoy it wherever your adventures take you. 

Trivia

Around the world, mint is one of the most popular flavors – no matter what it’s paired with or how it’s prepared, everyone loves mint!Mint is super easy to grow. All it takes is plenty of water and a bit of shade, and someone ready to keep it from completely taking over their garden.

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