Green Chutney for Chaat | Hari Chutney | Recipe for Green Chutney


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Green Chutney is also known as ‘Hari Chutney’ in India. The word ‘Green’ means ‘Hari’ and hence chutney is named so because of its colour. Green chutney recipe has different variations across different regions, cuisines etc. In few places, only Coriander leaves are used for green chutney whereas in few other places, this chutney is prepared with only mint leaves too. Different people use different proportions of Coriander leaves and Mint leaves for the chutney.

For the recipe of Green Chutney, many people also use Garlic for a pungent flavour. But I always prefer not to use Garlic in this chutney because the strong flavour of Garlic dominates the refreshing flavour of mint. So, I always avoid garlic in this preparation. To add the garlicy flavour to the chaat, I always prepare Red Chilli garlic Chutney separately. The Green Chutney recipe that I have shared today is a perfectly balanced condiment for any Indian Chaat recipe.


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Indian cuisine is immensely popular for different variety of Chutney recipes. Every region has its own unique style, texture, flavour and taste of Chutneys. There are more than hundreds of Chutney recipes in Indian cuisine. Indian Chutneys vary across different tastes like sweet, salty, sour and chilli hot etc. Green Chutney is one of the finest examples of Indian savoury chutney recipes.

Chaat recipes are heart of Indian street food recipes and any chaat is incomplete without Green Chutney. Each chaat corners of India add this flavoured and spicy green chutney in Papdi chaat, Bhel puri, Sev puri, Raj kachori, Samosa chaat, Katori chaat, Samosa, Dosa, Vada etc. to take the taste of these dishes to the next level. The flavour of Mint and the hot taste of green Chillies make all the chaats taste heavenly.
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Green Chutney with step by step photos and instructions have been provided in the ‘Instructions’ section of the recipe. If you follow the instructions properly then you will get the perfect Green Chutney for chaat.

This Green chutney recipe is very quick and easy. It is a very simple recipe which requires minimal effort to be prepared. This spicy flavoured chutney is prepared with few handful ingredients which are easily available in the market.

I am a crazy fan of Indian snacks easy recipes and prefer to prepare them at home rather than buying them from outside. Especially Chaat is one among them. So, I frequently prepare this tempting chutney at home to accompany the evening snacks.

This Green Chutney for chaat not only makes the Chaat yummier & healthier but gives me an inner satisfaction. I serve my handmade Chaat to both the elders and kids of my family without a pinch of hesitation. A homemade snack is always an ideal treat for each member of any family.


How to make Green Chutney?

To prepare the recipe for Green Chutney, first, I have plucked the Coriander and Mint leaves from their stems. Then I have washed them thoroughly, so that no dirt remains in the leaves. You can use the stems of coriander leaves too. But the usage of only the leaves give better flavour and colour to the chutney.

For the Green Chutney recipe, I have used half the amount of Mint leaves when compared to the amount of Coriander leaves. It gives a perfect balanced flavour to the chutney.

To flavour up the Hari chutney, I have used fresh Ginger, Chaat masala powder, roasted Cumin powder and freshly squeezed Lemon juice. Lemon juice gives a tangy taste to the chutney with a nice flavour.

For the Green Chutney recipe, I have added green Chillies too. It gives a refreshing flavour and a spicy kick to the chutney. If you have kids and want to avoid Chillies, then you can skip them without a second thought.

I have added all the ingredients into a jar of a blender and made a smooth paste. I have added 1 tablespoon of water for making the paste. Always try to use the least possible amount of water for the Green Chutney recipe.

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Ingredients:
  • 1 cup Coriander leaves (Dhaniya)
  • ½ cup Mint leaves (Pudina)
  • 1 inch Ginger, diced
  • 4 Green Chillies
  • 1 tablespoon Lemon juice, freshly squeezed
  • ¼ teaspoon Roasted Cumin powder
  • ½ teaspoon Chaat masala powder
  • ½ teaspoon Salt to taste



Instructions:
  1. Pluck the coriander leaves and mint leaves of their stem.

  2. Wash them thoroughly in running water and squeeze out the excess water.

  3. Transfer the leaves into the jar of a blender.
  4. Add green Chillies into the jar.
  5. Add diced Ginger into the jar of blender.
  6. Squeeze Lemon juice into it.
  7. Add Salt, Chaat masala powder and roasted Cumin powder one by one into the jar.


  8. Close the lid of the jar and run it for 1-2 minutes to a smooth paste. Add water if required. I have used 1 tablespoon of water.
  9. Transfer the content into an airtight container.


How to store Green Chutney?
After preparing the Green Chutney, transfer the content into an airtight container and you can refrigerate it for 6-7 days. The colour of the chutney may change to a darker shade because when the chutney comes in contact with air it gets oxidised and changes its colour. But the taste of the chutney will remain the same.

You can make the chutney frozen too and store it for couple of months. You can put the chutney in the icing tray and keep it in freezer. But according to me, the fresh Green Chutney tastes best.
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