Nariyal chutney recipe is one of the most common chutney recipe prepared at our home. It is zesty, appetizing and savoury in taste. Indian coconut chutney is most commonly used with dosa and idli. It enhances the flavour of any recipe.
Author: Rachna's Kitchen
Fresh grated coconut - 1 cup
Mint leaves-¼ cup
Coriander leaves -½ cup
Garlic -3 cloves
green chillies - 3
Tamarind - 1 teaspoon
Salt -¼ teaspoon
Lime to taste
Water as required
Clean and wash mint leaves and coriander leaves with fresh water.
Grind fresh coconut, green chilli, mint leaves, coriander leaves, garlic cloves, tamarind paste and salt together.
Add lime juice to help in grinding.
Use 4-5 teaspoon of water to get smooth consistency.
Add more water if required and grind again until chutney gets smooth.
Green Coconut Coriander Chutney is ready to serve.
It stays fresh for a week in refrigerator or even you can freeze it for a month.