Pudina Chutney is mostly eaten in North India. It is used as a dip for Samosas, Kachoris, Pakoras and eaten with meals. You can make Pudina Chutney with sour unripe mangoes or curd. Pudina Chutney is very tasty. So let us make Pudina Chutney.
- Ingredients for podina ki chutney
- Mint(Pudina) leaves - 1 cup
- Green Chillies - 2 to 3
- Curd/Unripe mango pieces - 1/2 cup
- Fried Jeera(cumin seeds) - 1/2 tsp
- Salt - add to taste(3/4 tsp)
- How to make Pudina Chutney
Clean and wash the mint leaves. Break off the stem of the green chillies, wash and cop into fine pieces.
Make a fine paste of the mint leaves, green chillies, salt, fried Jeera and curd.
If you want to make this chutney with sour unripe mangoes then peel 1 unripe mango and cut into pieces. Make a fine paste of the mango pieces, mint, green chillies, fried Jeera and salt. Take out chutney bowl.
Delicious Pudina Chutney is ready. Serve Pudina Chutney during lunch, dinner or with samosa, kachori and eat. Keep Pudina Chutney in your fridge and it will stay fresh for a week.