Ginger Chutni is a very aromatic and delicious dish from the Andhra cuisine. Normally the Ginger Chutni tastes slightly sweeter as we add a bit of jaggery to the chutni. Ginger Chutni is very simple recipe yet tasty and tangy which adds a punch to your dish.
Ginger Is The Vital Ingredient In Ginger Chutni:
Ginger is the vital ingredient in Ginger Chutni but yet its flavour is not over powered and well balanced with all other ingredients.
Use Of Lime Juice Boost The Vitamin C Up In Ginger Chutni:
The pungency of ginger is well blended with the spiciness of green chillies and swetness of coocnut. Inclusion of little lime juice gives tanginess to the chutni to boost the Vitamin C up.
Recipe Of Ginger Chutni:
Preparation time 15 minutes
Serves 4 people
Oil 1 tsp
Lime juice 1 tsp
Salt To taste
Coriander leaves fresh 1 bunch
Green chillies 5-6
Coconut grated 1
Ginger scraped 2
Mustard seeds 1 tsp
Curry leaves few to fry
Instruction For Making:
1. Wash and clean the ginger well and scrape off the outer skin.
2. Grind grated coconut, scraped ginger, ginger chillies, fresh coriander leaves and salt to together.
3. Heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds, when they splutter add fresh curry leaves.
4. Add the chutney paste, lime juice and stir all together and remove from fire.
Ginger Has Many Medicinal Properties In Ginger Chutni:
In Ginger Chutni ginger is the main ingredient for making this chutni. Ginger has got many medicinal properties and is suggested to use in a variety of ways to be benefits by its properties which includes:
a) Tea brewed from ginger is a folk remedies for colds.
b) Three to four leves of tulsi taken with a piece of ginger on an empty stomach is considered an effective cure for congestion, cough and cold.
Uses Of Ginger Chutni:
Ginger Chutni can be served with any kind of flavoured rice like vegetable pilaow, mutton, chicken and beef biryani, peas pilaow. It can also be eaten with any kind of flat bread and naans.Add to Favourites