Pudina Pachadi or Mint Chutney. Pudina Pachadi or Mint Chutney. Known as Pudina Thogayal in Tamil Nadu, this pachadi is quite different from the Dahiwali Pudina Chutney served in Mumbai restaurants as a dip for assorted Indian starters
You needRice 2 cups (i used boiled rice)Onions 1 medium sliced finelyGaram masala whole1 inch pieces 2, cardamom 2 nos, cloves 4 nosAniseed 1 tspWater 5 and half cupsCurd 1 tablespoonSalt to tasteButter/oil/ghee 1 tablespoon + 1 tablespoonGrind to a pasteMint 1 small bundle/handfulCilantro 1 small bundle/handfulGinger 1/2 inch pieceGreen chillies 1 (as much as you need)Cashews 5(you can add more) Heat butter in a pan, fry the washed and drained rice in the butter until the rice turns white and set aside
Pudhina Rice - Mint RicePreparation time. 5 minutesCooking time. 10 minutesIngredients1 cup basmathi rice1 onion1tbsp curd1 cup coconut milkSalt 1tbsp Oil/ghee Make a smooth paste½ bunch mint leaves3 green chillies1tsp ginger-garlic paste1 clove1 cardamom1 cinnamonHow to make itWash rice and soak with 1 cup coconut milk and 1 cup of water for about 15-20 mins
Mint chutney or pudina chutney is ready. 0 from 1 reviewsMint Chutney Recipe (Pudina Chutney) PrintPrep time 10 minsTotal time 10 mins Mint chutney recipe - A delicious condiment/side dish made from fresh mint leaves
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