Coriander-Peanut Chutney (without onion)


Can we imagine Indian cuisine without chutneys? Undoubtedly, each and everyone would say “No”!! because our cuisine is incomplete without this humble chutney.
Green chutney or fresh coriander chutney is one of the most relished chutneys,  so simple to make with a few ingredients and yummy too!! I won’t forget to say this!
 The chutney is the best accompaniment with each cuisine from north to south and east to west. Be it any meal of the day or our favourite chaat dishes, this chutney is a must-have
An ordinary coriander chutney consists of onion and garlic but there are days like fasting or vrata days when we avoid using onion-garlic. Also, a big community is here that does not include onion and garlic in their food. So we can replace onion with peanuts and curd. Peanuts give the body to the chutney and add the nuttiness to it. Curd gives it a little sour taste and the blending gets easier with it


Course – Side dish/chutneys/ dips

Cuisine – Indian

 Prep Time – 10 Min

 Cook Time – 5 Min

 Total Time – 15 Min

 Yield – A bowlful

 Author – Bharti Dhawan


1- Fresh coriander – 1 big lunch or 200 gms
2- Roasted  peanuts – 2 tbsp
3- Green chillies – 2-4 nos or to taste
4- Sour curd – 1/2 cup
5- Salt – 2 tsp or to taste


1- Remove the thick stems from the coriander bunch but let the soft ones with leaves be there as these contain the maximum flavour
2- Wash coriander thoroughly under running water to remove the dust
3- Add all the ingredients to the blender and blend this to a fine puree
4- A yummy coriander chutney is ready to serve
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