Coriander is a herb that is most commonly used as seasoning in Indian Dishes. Mostly people use it by sprinkling its chopped leaves over dishes but I noticed that when it is fried with some veggies to make curries and other dishes, it enhances more the flavour and aroma of dishes except some exceptions. It can also be used to make chutneys (dips) that is what I will prepare today:-
- Coriander:- 1 bowl
- Tomatoes:- 2
- Green Chillies:- 2
- Cumin Seeds:- 1/2 teaspoon
- Salt:- a little more than 1/2 teaspoon
- Coriander Powder:- 2 teaspoon
- Take Coriander and cut its tail (2 inch above from bottom).
- Wash coriander, green chillies and tomatoes. Chopped tomatoes and green chillies in 1 inch pieces.
- Now, take a mixer grinder and its jar. Put Coriander, tomatoes, salt, coriander powder, green chillies, cumin seeds in the jar.
- Now, grind it finely in mixer.
- Our Coriander Chutney is ready to serve. Serve it with snacks, dosa, cheela, dhokla etc. or spread it in burger, tikiya, dabeli etc.
- Mix chutney with spoon at certain intervals of time during grinding otherwise it sticks to sides of the jar and then it will not grind finely.
- You can add 3-4 tbsp water too, if you don’t want it thick.