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Coriander Coconut Chutney

Chutney made with cilantro leaves and coconut

Coriander chutney is an eternal favorite. Made fresh sometimes for every meal to add zest to a meal. The hot and spicy flavor of the chilies and the mellowness of the coconut lend a burst of flavor to the meal. It goes very well when served with many Indian snacks like samosas and pakoras. Enjoy it with your favorite Indian snack.


1 cup finely chopped fresh coriander leaves
th cup freshly grated coconut or dried unsweetened coconut
3 hot green chilies (or as desired for hotness)
2 teaspoons cumin seeds (dry roasted)
2 teaspoons sugar
Juice of 3/4 lime
Salt to Taste

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Blend all the above ingredients at high speed in a blender adding just enough water to make a thick pouring consistency. Store in refrigerator. Serve chilled or at room temperature.

Quick Tip: Dried grated (unsweetened ) coconut is now available in all specialty Indian grocery stores. All you have to do is add warm water to get the desired amount of the fresh coconut mentioned in any recipe.




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