- ½ cup fresh coconut - chopped
- ¾-1 cup pudina/mint – loosely packed
- 1.5 tbsp fried gram or bhunachana dal
- ½ tsp cumin
- ½ inch ginger or 1-2 cloves garlic
- 2-3 green chilli peppers
- 1 tsp tamarind paste – can substitute lemon juice
- salt to taste
Ingredients for Tempering (Optional)
- oil as needed
- 1 red chilli – broken
- ¼ tsp mustard
- ½ tsp urad dal
- 1 pinch hing
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!
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.
How to make Pudina Chutney
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.
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.