This is a very tasty chutney, prepared in moments in the mixie. I've used lemon juice, coriander, green chilli, peanuts and ginger. Serve in raita, soups, with papad, rice, chapati, paronthi... It adds a kick to anything!
Green chutney is simply the best. I have my variations of this: only garlic or only ginger - not both. I prefer it without peanuts. I do add a little of unsweetened grated coconut to give this chutney some body from time to time. A few mint leaves also enhance the flavor. I also add 1/4 tsp of sugar. I love to smother my toast with this chutney and it gives me a welcome and spicy break from all the sweet breakfast dishes like pancakes, cereals, etc. You may want to avoid this if it has garlic though!! Great recipe! As for kids: only Indian and Mexican kids and kids from countries where the cuisine is normally fairly spicy will venture near this recipe!! - 28 Nov 2001 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This is a really good recipe! My husband tasted the chutney before dinner and decided at that point that "dinner is going to be good tonight". Only thing I did differently was roasted the peanuts in a skillet with a little bit of oil or ghee. I would only recommend this if you are using raw peanut (not pre-roasted). - 17 Jul 2007 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Tasty and colorful. I served it with chickpea curry (the recipe is also on allrecipes.com). I had a small problem with getting the chutney out of my blender, but other than it was no fuss. - 31 Mar 2003 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)