|1.||Green coriander leaves / cilantro / kothamalli / kothambari / hara dhaniya 1 bunch|
|2.||Green chilies 4-5 or to taste|
|3.||Dry coconut gratings 1/4 cup|
|4.||Tamarind to taste|
|5.||Salt to taste|
and soak the coriander leaves in salt water
for about 30
minutes to remove any pests and or other impurities that might
Wash 2-3 times.
on a dry cotton cloth or paper towels to
remove the extra moisture.
Slit and fry green chilies till these get some brown spots.
|4.||Break the tamarind into small pieces.|
coriander leaves roughly.
Do not grind without chopping the coriander. This is because it may get stuck in the jar.
Add all the ingredients to a mixer jar.
Grind to a paste.
Do not use water to grind, because the chutney will be spoilt quickly.
chutney, kothamalli chutney or dhania
ki chutney is ready.
|TIPS||Coriander Chutney Recipe|
coriander or kothamalli chutney may be slightly bitter
because of the large quantity of coriander in it.
To reduce the bitterness, you may want to add more chilies, salt and tamarind.
|2.||You can store this chutney for 2-3 months.|