Recipe: Mint Chutney

Mint ChutneyRight out the front of my house I have a patch of mint growing.  Actually it grows like a weed so I have plenty of it.  Anyone who grows mint knows that it can take over the garden if you’re not careful. But fortunately it is in a patch of dirt separated from anything else so it can only grow so far.

So because I have tons of the stuff I went looking for a recipe that could use up at least some of it. Our main use is for our larb dish which we have at least once a week but I needed to get rid of a lot more than that.

One of the first recipes I came across was a recipe for Mint Chutney which I found on the Allrecipes website. It seemed perfect since it involved using lots of mint. So the cook in the house ended up giving it a go.

The result was just superb with a beautiful flavored puree. We adjusted the recipe a little so our version is below but if you want the original recipe you can head over to the AllRecipes website.

Mint Chutney

  • 1 bunch of cilantro/coriander
  • 20-30g fresh mint leaves
  • 1 green chile pepper
  • 3 g salt
  • 1 medium onion cut into chunks
  • 1 tsp tamarind puree
  • enough water to make a thickish paste

In a food processor, combine all the ingredients except the water. Process into a thick puree adding a little water at a time until this is achieved.

Enjoy!

mint-chutney-2.JPG

mint-chutney-3.JPG

mint-chutney-4.JPG

Featured

stainless-steel-best-set-logo-blog

The Best Stainless Steel Cookware Set

A reader told us about a particular stainless steel cookware set that she had purchased. She … [Read More...]

From the Blog

The Art of Aluminum Cookware

Aluminum is one of the most popular of materials used in the manufacture of cookware. Why is it so … [Read More...]

oster-6684-12-speed-blender

Review: Oster 6684 12-Speed Blender

Who doesn't want to have the ability to make delicious smoothies or frozen daiquiris from time to … [Read More...]

okra-personal-12-ounce-steamer

Why Choose Silicone Cookware?

When it comes to cookware there are plenty of options - metal, Teflon, plastic, wood, and of course … [Read More...]

Months of Edible Celebrations

Blog of the Week – Months of Edible Celebrations

This week I have a real treat for you.  Our blog of the week is  Months of Edible … [Read More...]