Fariyali Moongfali ki Chutney

Moongfali ki Chutney is a delicious accompaniment made with peanuts, coriander and green chillies. The spicy tangy chutney can be enjoyed with any snack.

The most common chutney made in most houses is the green chutney. When I say green chutney obviously you will think of the green chutney made in your house, and I will think of the green chutney made in my house. Each and every house has its own version of this chutney. I make it in at least four-five types. Strange, I have never thought of documenting them, but now I shall.

Today’s chutney is also a variation of green chutney, where I have used peanuts to give body to the chutney. Peanuts are rich in protein, fat, and various healthy nutrients and adding them to some fresh green coriander leaves makes an excellent Chutney. Healthy and delicious.

This week I have been posting Fariyali Recipes, and today’s Moongphali ki Chutney can be served along with a Fariyali Meal. Fariyali meals are satvik, without onion and garlic and this chutney is perfect for a fasting meal or even otherwise.

Moongfali ki Chutney

Moongfali ki Chutney

Ingredients

1 cup fresh coriander
2-3 green chillies
Small piece ginger
2 tbsp peanuts
Lemon juice
Salt to taste

Method

Chop just the root of the coriander, wash and chop roughly along with the stems.
Chop the chillies and ginger roughly.
Add all the ingredients to a mixer grinder and make a smooth paste.
Add water to adjust the consistency.
Take a test check for salt and lemon, add if required.

Moongfali ki Chutney

You could check some more chutneys

Chutneys for Chat

Kashmiri Chutneys

Maharashtrian Peanut Chutney

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Moongfali ki Chutney
Instructions
  1. Chop just the root of the coriander, wash and chop roughly along with the stems.
  2. Chop the chillies and ginger roughly.
  3. Add all the ingredients to a mixer grinder and make a smooth paste.
  4. Add water to adjust the consistency.
  5. Take a test check for salt and lemon, add if required.
Recipe Notes

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5 thoughts on “Moongfali ki Chutney”

  1. That sounds like a super delicious chutney, just imagining how amazing this would be with some hot Punjabi samosas! Delish…

  2. Vaishali, peanut chutney is an everyday affair for us and we mix so many other stuff with it, though peanuts are more in quantity. this one sure sound fantastic will have to try it sometime with more coriander..:)

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