karonda chutney recipe

Karonda Chutney Recipe – Cranberry Chutney Recipe

Karonda Chutney Recipe – Cranberry Chutney Recipe – Karonde ki chutney Video

Karonda chutney is super delicious chutney recipe with a different flavor. Karonda/Natal plum is a small sized berry which is sour in taste. It is green and sour when unripe but turns red and sweet as it ripens. It is rich in Vitamin C, Iron and also has anti fungal and anti inflammatory properties. It’s spicy-tangy flavor is really tempting and everyone at your home will just go wow, especially kids.

This recipe of chutney is really delicious and taste great with plain or stuffed paranthas. In fact it makes a great accompaniment to your meals. Go ahead and try out this simple and quick recipe of karonda chutney with step-by-step pictures and a detailed list of ingredients. Enjoy!

Directions

Getting ready:

Take green coriander, pluck the leaves and discard the hard stems. Wash the leaves thoroughly with water and place them on a colander to dry out completely. After this, make a bunch of the leaves and chop them roughly.

karonda chutney recipe

Cut the green chilies into 2 chunks as well so that it gets easy to grind them in the mixer grinder.

karonda chutney recipeMaking:

Place the chopped green coriander and green chilies into a mixer jar along with karonda, salt, cumin seeds, asafoetida and ½ cup of water. Put the lid on and grind everything into a fine paste.karonda chutney recipe

We have ground all the ingredients well, transfer the chutney to a serving bowl. Karonda chutney is now done and ready to serve.

karonda chutney recipeServing:

Serve this tantalizing and tangy karonda chutney as a side assortment with any delectable snacks like samosa, kachori, pakoda, sandwich or serve it along your meals. Store this chutney in refrigerator and relish it for up to 7 days. Enjoy!

Karonda Chutney Recipe - Cranberry Chutney Recipe karonda chutney recipe
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Recipe type: Chutney/Pickle
Cuisine: Indian
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Serves: 4
 
Ingredients
  • Green coriander – 1 cup
  • Karonde - 100 grams
  • Green chillies – 4-5
  • Asafoetida – 1 pinch
  • Cumin seeds - ½ tsp
  • Salt – 1 tsp
Instructions
  1. Take green coriander, pluck the leaves and discard the hard stems. Wash the leaves thoroughly with water and place them on a colander to allow them dry out completely. After this, make a bunch of the leaves and chop them roughly.
  2. Cut the green chillies into 2 chunks as well so that it gets easy to grind them in the mixer grinder.
  3. Place the chopped green coriander and green chillies into a mixer jar along with karonda, salt, cumin seeds, asafoetida and ½ cup of water. Put the lid on and grind everything into fine paste. We have ground all the ingredients well, transfer the chutney to a bowl. Karonda chutney is now done and ready to serve.
  4. Serve this tantalizing and tangy karonda chutney as a side assortment with any delectable snacks like samosa, kachori, pakoda, sandwich or serve it along your meals. Store this chutney in refrigerator and relish it for up to 7 days. Enjoy!

 

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