Sunday, October 23, 2016
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Mint Chutney


Amount Ingredients
1 bunch Mint (Pudina)
2 Dry Red Chillies
1 tsp Mustard Seeds
2 tsp Urad Daal
1 Piece Dry Tamarind
  Salt to taste
1 tsp Heeng
1 tsp Oil
1 tbsp Oil


  • Wash & coarse chop the mint.
  • In a pan heat the oil & add 1 tsp of urad dal & chilies. Fry for a minute. Keep it aside.
  • In the same pan add the mint & fry till it changes color. Once it is cooked it shrinks to half the original quantity. Let it cool completely .
  • Add the tamarind, sugar, hing & grind it to a fine paste .
  • Do the seasoning with the other tsp of urad dal , mustard seeds in a tsp of oil.
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