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Recipe Text

Makes: 1 Small Cup


  • Chopped Coriander Leaves – 25gms
  • Mint Leaves – 5gms
  • Green Chilies – 5 (Small)
  • Tamarind – 10gms (Deseeded)
  • Grated Jaggery – 15gms
  • Roasted Cumin Powder – 1/4tsp
  • Black Salt – 1/8tsp or to taste
  • Salt - 1/8tsp or to taste
  • Water – 50ml
  • Asafoetida – A Pinch

(Online Conversion utility to convert Gms to Cups & Temperatures etc)


Take a mixie jar & add chopped coriander leaves, mint leaves, green chilies, tamarind, grated jaggery, roasted cumin powder, black salt, salt and asafoetida. Run the mixer to make a paste of the ingredients. Add water little by little and make a smooth paste. If required add more water. The consistency should be spreadable.

Use this chutney as a dip for samosas, bhajias or toasts. This chutney can be spread and made sandwich toasts. It can also be used for various chat preparations. 

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Anonymous said...

Hello Gayatri Garu,

In your recent post, 'Chat Chutney', you used the term 'Deseeded Tamarind' to say 'tamarind without seeds'. I am not an expert of English, but as far as I know, 'Seeded' means 'seeds taken out' and 'Deseeded' means 'seeds kept as they are'. This is not to insult you but I hope you check once on this. I'm sorry If I an wrong.
Thank you.

November 30, 2009 4:33 PM

BloggerGayatri Vantillu said...

Thanks for the observation. Checked with Collins Dictionary. The entry for deseed reads " In British English, to deseed a fruit or vegetable means to remove all the seeds from it" 

Microsoft online encarta entry is - a transitive verb 
Definition: remove seeds from something: to remove the seeds from a fruit, vegetable, or plant"

November 30, 2009 9:02 PM

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