Guest Post for Savour the Senses: Coriander Chili Chutney

My mom introduced me to her kitchen through washing dishes. Mom needed help and at 6 years of age I needed a reason to play with water. Slowly I graduated to cooking in my mom’s kitchen. Even then, when I would cook, mom would conveniently take care of the cleaning. Once I moved out I realized it takes a lot more to run a kitchen. My biggest challenge is to use ingredients that are about to go bad, without having to make a grocery trip. One such ingredient is coriander as it wilts soon. Thanks to Kosha now I know how to make quick Coriander Chili Chutney before my coriander starts to wilt. My mom would be so proud!

Last week Jenny from Savour the Senses kindly invited me to write a guest post. This was my first invitation to do so and I felt honored!! Hop over to Jenny’s blog for the Coriander Chili Chutney recipe.

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  • Srimathi

    Absolutely delicious.

  • http://www.theardentepicure.com/ Magic of Spice

    This was a very lovely post and delightful recipe!

  • Tia

    hey my mom makes this exact same chutney too! and a great way to use it is to make is slightly thicker (add more peanuts) and use it as a great vegetarian sandwich spread. I love spreading this on plain old bread and making a quick and tasty sandwich!

    • Pragati

      Thanks Tia! I totally agree, this chutney does makes for an awesome sandwich.

    • Anonymous

      Thanks Tia! I totally agree, this chutney does makes for an awesome sandwich.

  • Tia

    And its awesome you got to guest post! love that your blog is getting popular!

  • http://simpleglutenfreekitchen.blogspot.com/ balvinder(Neetu)

    My daughter runs away at the name of even rinsing the dishes. Everyone faces challenge in the kitchen everyday. My family says that i am a good cook but when I came in this blogging world I felt I don’t know anything.
    Samosas with cilantro chutney looks incredible. Though I don’t eat them anymore but they were among my favourite.

    • Pragati

      Hi Neetu, thx for dropping by. There is always something to learn in the kitchen. By the way, love the premise of your blog: gluten free food!! Tons of people are suffering from gluten free allergies these days.

    • Pragati

      Hi Neetu, thx for dropping by. There is always something to learn in the kitchen. By the way, love the premise of your blog: gluten free food!! Tons of people are suffering from gluten free allergies these days.