A Breakfast Treat!

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My husband found a whole bunch of used coriander in the fridge and most importantly the stalks were still very vibrant and aromatically fresh.
The first thing he suggested was a typical Indian green chutney. So I woke up this morning and started to work on it!

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Normally we would add peanuts but I only had walnuts in my pantry from my baking endeavours so they went in first. To bulk up the vitamin and mineral content I threw in some crisp baby spinach leaves. All the Indian flavours followed and within minutes I had a tangy, hot chutney resting in the fridge just chilling away until the dhoklas were ready for it! Have a restful Sunday! Much love D x

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INGREDIENTS

40g walnuts
100g fresh coriander with stalks
Handful of fresh baby spinach
½ tsp of grated ginger
3 cloves garlic crushed
2 hot green chillies
½ the juice of fresh lemon
1½ tbsp sunflower oil
1 tsp salt or more to taste
A little water

METHOD

• Blitz the walnuts into a grainy paste.

• Add all the other ingredients and whizz into a chutney paste. You may need to thin the chutney out with a little water, but please do check seasoning after using the water

Serve up with some fluffy Khaman Dhokla

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15 thoughts on “A Breakfast Treat!

  1. Looks awesome! Can you please post your dhokla recipe and if you know any good pudina recipe? A REQUEST hehehehehe. Just whenever you have the time. Would love to make if its not that hard!!

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