Palak chutney as the name says made using spinach or palak leaves when I was running out of green coriander. Rest of all the ingredients are the same as green coriander chutney. And voila, this palak chutney or spinach dip was ready to serve just like any other chutney. It was a eureka moment literally because my son said: “mumma aaj chutney ache lag rahi hai” (mom, today chutney is tasting good).
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Let see how to prepare this creamy little spicy palak chutney or spinach dip.
Palak Chutney | Spinach Dip
Ingredients 4 Servings
1 Cup blanched palak/spinach
1 Medium size onion chopped
4-6 Garlic pods
1 Big tomato chopped
2 Tsp lemon juice
1 Tsp cumin seeds
Salt as per taste
- Take everything together in a jar and grind till smooth paste.
- Palak chutney is a great option just in case you are running short of coriander or mint.
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Palak Chutney | How To Make Palak Chutney
Today I am going to show you my eureka moment in terms of Palak Chutney or spinach dip.A bunch of spinach was in the fridge which was supposed to be used in paratha/flatbread. I thought of using it as coriander and rest of the ingredients same as green coriander chutney. And voila, this palak chutney or spinach dip was ready to serve just like any other chutney.
- 1 Cup blanched palak/spinach
- 1 Medium size onion chopped
- 4-6 Garlic pods
- 1 Big tomato chopped
- 1 Tsp cumin seeds
- 1″ Ginger
- Salt as per taste
- Chili (optional)
- 2 Tsp lemon juice
Take everything together in a jar and grind till smooth paste.
Palak chutney is a great option just in case you are running short of coriander or mint.