Top Rated Cilantro Chutney Recipes

Authentic herb chutneys were once ago only found in Indian restaurants or, if you were lucky, you may have experienced homemade chutney at an Indian friend's house. That's all changed now. Chutneys can be found on many supermarket shelves. Yet commercial chutneys never pop with taste and freshness like homemade versions. This recipe solves that problem by being super easy, super quick, and super tasty! All you need is a blender and a handful of ingredients and you'll have fresh chutney in no time! 
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Cauliflower Pakora
Cauliflower pakora are typically served as a snack either in the afternoon or just before starting a typical meal in India. The batter is the key to making flavorful pakora; here, it's flavored with fennel seed, ginger, curry leaves, turmeric, and some Thai chiles for a little heat.
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ChefDebs
This a delicious chutney to have with indian dishes, great with samosas or bhajis.And I love it along side of a curry dish.best when made fresh and eaten the same day.
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International Recipes
from PA, US46 serrano or thai chilies1 small onion, chopped1 large bunch of cilantro12 tsp saltjuice of two lemonsIn a food processor, blend all ingredients until the mixture becomes a smooth thick sauce.
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International Recipes
from PA, US46 serrano or thai chilies1 small onion, chopped1 large bunch of cilantro12 tsp saltjuice of two lemonsIn a food processor, blend all ingredients until the mixture becomes a smooth thick sauce.
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Mille®
Posted by request.
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Sunaina
Green chile peppers, ginger, and cumin flavor this fresh cilantro condiment.
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Julia Rutland, Coastal Living APRIL 2010
This recipe goes with Tandoori Shrimp with Coconut-Cilantro Chutney
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Sunaina
This spicy peanut cilantro chutney can be eaten as a dip, sandwich spread, or with roti.
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YAKUTA
A garlic and ginger rub sets the stage for a spicy, homemade cilantro chutney to serve over chicken baked in a divine cashew cream. Definitely worth the work!
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Buster's friend
Found this gem East Meets Nawlins in The Times-Picayune. "Kalpana Saxena, a native of Hyderabad, India who now lives in New Orleans, contributed her favorite appetizer recipe to Elsa Hahne's "You Are Where You Eat." Mint may be substituted for the cilantro."
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