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Cilantro Chutney

Rated as 3.7 out of 5 Stars
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"Enjoy with samosas, chips, or as a sandwich spread."
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Ingredients

15 m servings 7
Original recipe yields 14 servings (1 3/4 cup)

Directions

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  1. Blend the cilantro, ginger, cumin, green chile peppers, lemon juice, and tomato sauce in a food processor or blender until finely ground. Stir water into the mixture to give a sauce-like consistency as desired.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 7 calories; 0.1 1.4 0.4 0 16 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

Not sure I would call this a chutney I would say more like a cilantro pesto. It was good though! I served it over some Curried grilled chicken. It was a perfect match! The tomato sauce seeme...

Most helpful critical review

I liked this recipe, I used it on top of chicken and put 2 Tbls. in my chicken flavored rice (to kinda tie everything together) and the rice turned out being the best tasting part of the meal.

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I liked this recipe, I used it on top of chicken and put 2 Tbls. in my chicken flavored rice (to kinda tie everything together) and the rice turned out being the best tasting part of the meal.

Not sure I would call this a chutney I would say more like a cilantro pesto. It was good though! I served it over some Curried grilled chicken. It was a perfect match! The tomato sauce seeme...

I needed a Chutney for the apple peanut spinach salad and 1/2'd this recipe. It worked great and I'd make it again. I find it's consistancy is more like a pesto though.

I tripled the chile and finished a grilled chicken masala with it. Lots of heat and good flavor. Instead of sauce use 2 tomatoes and 1/2 the ginger for a great tortilla dip.

It was very nice. Pretty much prepared it as per the recipe. Used it to top boneless baked pork strips. Worked fine as a half recipe. Thanks for the recipe. Increasing my cilantro intake with ch...

Good recipe, I make this every few weeks or so. A key change I make is that I add a can of coconut milk (since I can't get a small quantity of fresh coconut - it's a full coconut or nothing). It...

I found this was missing something, I added a pinch of salt and about a tsp of sugar,

I peeked at your recipe to use in my summertime quinoa dish--turned the same old quinoa recipe completely upside down. So delicious! http://onehotdish.blogspot.com/2012/07/hunger-games-for-thes...