Dry Fruits Chutney

This chutney is one to die for. The amazing taste of the dry fruits when combined with the flavoursome coriander and spicy green chillies makes a perfect chutney! This chutney is extremely delicious and extremely flavoursome and can be served with rice or any kind of parathas too.

Almonds are often recommended as a building food for those who are underweight. Almonds contain Copper in organic form which combines with Iron and acts as a catalyst in the synthesis of blood haemoglobin. It is an excellent Laxative, hence highly beneficial in treatment of chronic constipation. To sum it up – Almonds are a delicious source of protein, fiber, vitamin E, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, calcium, magnesium and zinc.

Cashew nuts contain significant amounts of phytochemicals with antioxidant properties that protects the body from cancer and heart disease.  These nuts are also good sources of protein.

Walnuts are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, a special type of fat that is essential for our bodies, but that the body cannot produce. Walnuts contain many powerful antioxidants and vitamin E.  The Omega-3 essential fatty acids in walnuts also provide anti-inflammatory benefits and are helpful if you suffer from asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, eczema or psoriasis.

Coriander is considered an aid to the digestive system. It is an appetite stimulant and aids in the secretion of gastric juices. Coriander has pain-relieving properties and is useful for headaches, muscle pain, stiffness and arthritis. Coriander is useful as a tea, because of its helpful effects on the digestive tract, and is good for increasing appetite, and relieving nausea, diarrhea, flatulence and indigestion. It is reputed to enhance circulation and relieve fluid retention.

50 grams cashew
100 grams almonds
100 grams walnuts
4 chopped green chillies
1 bunch of coriander leaves
1 tbsp curd
1 tbsp mint
1/4 tsp all in one masala
salt to taste

1. Mix all the above ingredients and grind to a fine paste. Add little water if required!
2. Serve with any kind of paratha or variety of rice. Enjoy!



4 thoughts on “Dry Fruits Chutney

  1. wow, I love Chutney, but I never really looked into what it takes to make it, I had no idea that it could be that simple. This is a great recipe, and I definitely need to try it! 🙂

    Are you going to post any other types of chutney here?

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