Fresh Garlic Chutney
by Tarla Dalal
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garlic chutney recipe | fresh red garlic chutney | chilli garlic chutney | lahsun ki chutney |
garlic chutney is a healthy accompaniment to Indian snacks. Learn how to make lahsun ki chutney.
To make garlic chutney, combine the garlic, chilli powder, tamarind pulp, coriander powder, lemon juice and salt along with ¼ cup of water in a mixer, mix well and blend to a smooth paste. Keep refrigerated and use as required.
This chutney tastes equally tasty and zings up the flavour of snacks be it a Chana Dal and Cabbage Tikki or Sprouts Dhkola. You can also spread this chutney on a whole wheat roti to make a wrap with veggies or serve this zero oil chutney with Healthy Momos which are not deep-fried but steamed.
We have used chilli powder in this chilli garlic chutney. But if you wish you can use soaked and drained Kashmiri red chillies too. The use of coriander powder is very unique in this chutney recipe, but it does lend a flavourful Indian touch to this chutney.
Garlic works as a heart-friendly food as it helps to decrease cholesterol levels thereby protecting our heart from any damage. The active ingredient allicin of garlic bags the credit for this. While raw garlic is best suggested, you can reap its health benefits by making this fresh red garlic chutney.
Garlic is also known to help regulate blood glucose levels as well as blood pressure. So the good news is that this lahsun ki chutney can be enjoyed by diabetics and hypertensives too! You can serve it with Jowar Bajra Garlic Roti to make a complete nourishing meal.
The allicin found in garlic also acts as a strong antioxidant and protects our body from oxidative damage of free radicals. The use of lemon juice in garlic chutney also adds in some amounts of vitamin C, which perform a similar function too.
Tips for garlic chutney. 1. While buying garlic, try to pick out sturdy crisp stalks which do not appear wilted, and you should also check for mold and mildew on the garlic. 2. This chutney can stary fresh for a week when refrigerated and upto 2 to 3 months when stored in the deep freezer.
Enjoy garlic chutney recipe | fresh red garlic chutney | chilli garlic chutney | lahsun ki chutney | with recipe below.
- To make garlic chutney, combine all the ingredients along with ¼ cup of water in a mixer, mix well and blend to a smooth paste.
- Keep the garlic chutney refrigerated and use as required.
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