Mint Chutney | Pudina Chutney


Mint Chutney is a popular and enjoyable condiment in many cuisines known for its refreshing taste, vibrant greenish tint and versatility. Pudina Chutney is primarily prepared from fresh mint leaves which adds a distinct aroma and flavor. Mint leaves are plucked from the stems and washed thoroughly in water to remove impurities. The leaves are then blended with other spicy ingredients to a smooth mixture. Another optional measure is addition of coriander leaves which provides a complementary note that adds depth to the overall flavor. To enhance the taste, curd is added simultaneously to the mint mixture and given a quick blend. Garlic and green chillies adds a mild spicy flavor to the chutney dish. Yogurt adds a creamy and slight tangy flavor to the dish, that helps to balance the flavors and freshness of the dish. A delightful cooling aspect is added to the Mint Chutney. Common spices like cumin seeds provides an earthy flavor to the dish.

Sweeteners like sugar may be incorporated in Pudina Chutney to balance flavors and to bring a touch of sweetness if you prefer so. The ingredients are blended in a mixer to a smooth consistency. The dish is typically served as a dip or condiment alongside a variety of savory dishes. Mint Chutney pairs exceptionally great with samosas, pakodas and kebabs. Mint Chutney is also commonly used as spread in wraps and sandwiches bringing a burst of flavors. This is a flavorful and versatile condiment that can be used in a variety of dishes. This is a great option for those seeking freshness in diet. Do try the simple dish at home and send me your valuable feedback. Mint leaves provide a range of antioxidant properties and health benefits especially for those who have irritable bowel syndrome. You can discover a well detailed Mint Chutney recipe here.


pudina chutney

Mint Chutney | Pudina Chutney

Tasty dip
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Course Side Dish
Cuisine Kerala, North Indian
Servings 3 people


For Seasoning:


  • For preparing quick mint chutney, grind together mint, ginger, garlic, coriander leaves, green chillies and cumin seeds.
  • When ground, add curd and give a small blend.
  • Add salt and sugar.
  • Now we have to add seasoning which is optional. Take a small pan and add oil. Splutter mustard seeds and add black gram. Fry in small flame and add sliced shallots. When shallots are golden brown, remove from flame and pour into mint chutney and serve.
  • Serve with evening snacks.
  • Quick mint chutney is ready. Sprinkle a few fresh mint leaves on top before serving.


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