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Til Chutney

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Adjust Servings:
½ cup white sesame seeds (til)
½ cup green coriander –chopped
2 green chilis
1 pinch asafetida (hing)
1 tbsp lemon juice
½ cup water
salt to taste

Nutritional information

67 kcal
3 g
1 g
6 g
167 mg
0 mg

Til Chutney

  • Veg
  • 15 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy



Even if you didn’t get a chance to taste this chutney as yet, we are sure that you can still relate to ‘til ke ladoo’ or ‘til ki gajak’. It is nearly impossible to imagine winters in India without taking til or sesame in your meal.

Til chutney tastes best when accompanied with samosa, kachori or any sandwich.

Health benefits

Ayurveda advocates its ability to generate heat and energy in the body. It is loaded with nutrition and is surely a must have in your winter diet.

Besides helping the skin remain soft and supple, it triggers hair growth and boosts oral health. It is also considered very helpful in fighting stress and depression.

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How to make Til Chutney

  • Preheat a pan and add sesame seeds into it. Dry roast until the seeds get puffy.
  • Note: Make sure the color doesn’t change; else there will be a change in the taste.
  • Allow the mixture to cool down a little.
  • Transfer these sesame seeds to a mixing jar. Add green chilies, coriander, salt, asafetida and lemon juice to it.
  • Add water and grind to a fine paste. The chutney is now ready to be served.
  • Transfer the chutney to a bowl and refrigerate it later to keep it afresh for a few more days.


If you love swimming but often get caught by skin allergies that it brings, consumption of sesame seeds is going to work wonders for you. This is due to its proven ability to treat sunburns and prevent the skin from the harmful effects of chlorine in the swimming pool water.

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