Coriander, also called cilantro, has been used in Indian cooking for as long as one can remember. Being a tridoshic (all-dosha balancing) herb, it holds a very special place in Ayurveda. That’s why we bring to you a lovely coriander chutney recipe. This is an aromatic and delicious dip, with many medicinal properties. It boosts appetite, supports digestion, promotes detoxification, purifies the blood, strengthens immunity, and is excellent for cold and cough. Moreover, it helps you have clear and gorgeous skin! So, we’re about to show you how to make coriander chutney.
How To Make Coriander Chutney
What you’ll need:
- ½ tsp lemon juice (freshly squeezed)
- ½ tsp tulsi (holy basil) leaves
- 9 tsp fresh coriander leaves
- ½ tsp ginger
- ½ tsp cumin
- Salt to taste
What to do:
This coriander chutney recipe is super-simple. Just chop the coriander, tulsi as well as ginger. Blend all ingredients with a spoon of water, and voila! Enjoy coriander chutney for dosa, idli, pakoras…and pretty much anything you please.
So, we hope you enjoyed reading! Let us know the results of your coriander chutney recipe try-out, we are eager to hear.
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