Low Calorie Green Chutney, Hari Chutney – Diabetic Friendly
by Tarla Dalal
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Chutneys are a favourite accompaniment for snacks as well for main meals. This Low Calorie Green Chutney uses roasted chana dal (daria) instead of fat laden ingredients like coconut and peanuts.
Curds and lemon jucie have been used to retain the fresh green colour of this Low Calorie Green Chutney. Store this low calorie green chutney in a refrigerator for 2 to 3 days.
Enjoy how to make Low Calorie Green Chutney recipe with detailed step by step photos below.
- To make low calorie green chutney, combine the daria, green chillies and cumin seeds alongwith 1 tbsp of water and blend in a mixer to a smooth paste.
- Add coriander, salt, curds and lemon juice and again blend in a mixer till smooth.
- Use the low calorie green chutney as required.
Low Calorie Green Chutney, Hari Chutney – Diabetic Friendly recipe with step by step photos
Low calorie green chutney is healthy and made chana dal, low fat curds and lots of coriander. Low calorie green chutney goes well with these healthy Indian snacks like Baked Samosa with mixed sprouts, Matarsutir Kachori, Oats Moong Dal Tikki, Baked methi muthia recipe.
To make low calorie green chutney, in a small non-stick pan, take chana dal.
Roast it for 2 minutes or till they turn light brown and toasted. Keep aside.
For making the low calorie green chutney, take one fresh bunch of coriander
Separate the leaves and the stems. We are only going to use the leaves and the soft stems.
Rinse the coriander leaves in water to remove any dirt that might be stuck to them.
Roughly chop the leaves for the green chutney. We need to use 1½ cups of chopped coriander leaves.
Place them in the mixer jar.
Add the roasted daria.
Add the green chillies. Adjust the quantity as per the spice level you can handle.
Add the cumin seeds.
Add the low-fat curd. If you wish you can omit this step. We have used homemade low-fat curd made using this detailed recipe of homemade low-fat curd.
Add the lemon juice. It not only provides a tangy flavour but also helps in preventing the hari chutney from losing it’s bright green colour.
Add the salt.
Add approx. 3 tbsp of water.
Blend to a smooth paste. Our low calorie green chutney is now ready!
If you enjoyed this low calorie green chutney then also check out: Roasted Chana Dal Chutney, Healthy Coconut Chutney, Fresh Garlic Chutney
Low Calorie Green Chutney – An Accompaniment to Healthy Snacks. Lots of coriander, chana dal for binding, green chilli as spice and lemon juice for balance of flavour and colour – that’s what this Low Calorie Green Chutney comprises of. 1 tsp of chutney which provides 15 calories and 1.1 g of fiber, is a nourishing accompaniment option to most Indian snacks. Serve this chutney with dhoklas, uttapas, muthias, pancakes or use it to make some healthy chaat like Non-Fried Pakodi Chaat.
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