Tangy Coriander and Mint Chutney with Mango


• 1 cup coriander leaves
• ½ cup mint leaves
• ½ cup unripe mango, roughly chopped
• 1 teaspoon cumin seeds
• 1 teaspoon rock salt
• 1 small green chili


1. Simply blend all ingredients together in a blender. Serve as a condiment with Indian dishes such as sabzi, khichdi or cheela.
2. Store in the refrigerator for 2-3 days.


  1. Fresh Ingredients: Made with vibrant coriander, cooling mint, and tangy unripe mango, this chutney is bursting with fresh flavors.
  2. Digestive Aid: The combination of cumin seeds and rock salt not only enhances the taste but also aids digestion.
  3. Versatile: This chutney serves as a versatile condiment, complementing a wide range of Indian dishes including sabzi (vegetable dishes), khichdi (rice and lentil dish), and cheela (savory pancakes).
  4. Low-Calorie: With minimal added fats and sugars, this chutney is a low-calorie option for adding flavor to your meals.
  5. Rich in Antioxidants: Coriander, mint, and mango are all rich in antioxidants, which help combat oxidative stress and inflammation in the body.
  6. Vitamin C: Unripe mango is a good source of vitamin C, which supports immune function and skin health.
  7. Herbal Refreshment: Mint and coriander not only add flavor but also provide a refreshing herbal aroma.
  8. Easy to Make: Simply blend all the ingredients together for a quick and hassle-free preparation.
  9. Preservable: This chutney can be stored in the refrigerator for a few days, making it convenient for meal prep.
  10. Authentic Flavor: Elevate your Indian dishes with this authentic homemade chutney that captures the essence of Indian cuisine.

Nutritive Value:

  • Coriander Leaves: Rich in vitamin K, vitamin C, and antioxidants.
  • Mint Leaves: Contains menthol, which aids digestion and provides a cooling sensation.
  • Unripe Mango: Good source of vitamin C, vitamin A, and dietary fiber.
  • Cumin Seeds: Contains antioxidants and may aid digestion.
  • Rock Salt: Contains minerals and trace elements, and is considered healthier than refined salt.
  • Green Chili: Adds a spicy kick and contains capsaicin, which may have metabolism-boosting properties.

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