Green Coriander Mint and Mango/Apple Chutney
Aam ya Sev ki Hari Chatni or Dhania-Pudina Chatni
This is a popular North Indian chutney, that is made in almost every Indian home. It is eaten with all kinds of savoury Indian snacks such as Samosas, Pakoras, Aloo Tikki and more. It is also served with main meals, especially lunch. It is generally made very chilli hot as only a small quantity is eaten at a time.
The word Chutney is an English version of the Hindi word chatni/chutni, which in turn comes from the word 'chatna', meaning 'to lick'. The Indian chatni is a mix of uncooked fruit (raw mango/apple/other fruits), green chillies, herbs like coriander and mint, a few spices, lemon or vinegar or tamarind, sometimes sugar, all ground together to make a paste. In England, and the West, chutney generally means a spicy preserve/condiment, where fruits or vegetables have been cooked in vinegar, with spices and sugar, and then bottled.
Edited September 2017
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