This Immunity-Boosting Kiwi Mint Chutney Will Amp Up All Your Meals (Recipe Inside)

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Be it north Indian favourites like paratha and butter chicken, or south Indian specialties like dosa and idli, chutney must accompany these meals to provide us a full-fledged experience. With a vast variety of Indian foods across the country, there is a whole range of different chutneys that can be prepared to accompany them, that too as per individual taste preferences. Coriander chutney, coconut chutney, mint (pudina) chutney – the options are infinite. Just to add another one to the long but inexhaustible list, we have got a recipe of yummy chutney that you’ll surely love – kiwi mint chutney. The exciting amalgamation of fruit and herb in a side dish is something we found very interesting. Given that kiwi has the similar tarty and tangy taste that we prefer in our chutneys, it made total sense to convert it into one. Kiwi and mint, make a strange yet terrific combo. The fruity flavour and kiwi and sharpness of mint herb meld together perfectly to make a great-tasting side dish for our Indian meals. On top of all this, high vitamin C content of kiwi and powerful antioxidants properties of mint come together to make this chutney a great addition to your immunity-boosting diet.

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Ingredients: (Serving – 1 medium bowl) 2 kiwis Half cup mint leaves 1 tsp lemon Juice 3-4 garlic cloves, crushed Salt to taste Black pepper powder to taste 1-2 green chillies Method: Step 1 – Wash mint leaves thoroughly and chop them roughly. Step 2 – Chop the kiwi fruits. Step 2 – Put both in a mixer-grinder along with salt, green chillies, black pepper powder, garlic and lemon juice. Add water to maintain thick but poring consistency. Step 3 – Store the chutney in a glass container and use as per requirement. Kiwi mint chutney can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 10 days. Enjoy your everyday meals with this tangy and fruity immunity-boosting chutney.

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