Hare Dhaniye ki Chutney Recipe - Learn How To Make Hare Dhaniye ki Chutney

2019-02-13 19:42:11

Dhaniya aur Amla Ki Chutney, Dhaniya Chuntey, Amla Chutney

Coriander chutney is a tasty and healthy blend of coriander, Indian gooseberry or amla, lemon and green chillies. This chutney goes well with almost every snack dish, stuffed parathas and pakoras. It has a high nutritional value, with a lot of fibre content and essential minerals. Savor the intense flavors of this chutney with the below recipe:

Preparation Time: 5-10 minutes

Cooking Time: 5 minutes

Nutritional content: Rich in fibre; Vitamin A, B6, C, E, K; Proteins, Manganese; Magnessium; Phosphorous and Carotene; Amla being the greatest source of Vitamin C has importance in Ayurvedic Medicine and  is a source of good health

Taste type: Tangy

Recipe yield: 1.5 cup (12 servings, 2 tbsp per serving)

Alternative Names: Amla aur Dhaniye Ki Chutney, Dhaniya aur Amla Ki Chutney, Amla Ki Chutney


  • Washed coriander (hara dhaniya) leaves - 1 bunch ( about 100g)
  • Indian gooseberry (amla)  - ½ cup (use lemon if amla is not available)
  • Lemon Juice (nimbu ka rus) - 1 tea-spoon
  • Green chilli (hari mirch) - 2 chopped
  • Salt to taste
  • Water


  1. Separate the coriander leaves (dhaniya patti) from the bunch and wash them well. Strain off the water and put the leaves in the mixer grinder.
  2. Wash the amla and cut into small cubes (throw off the seeds). Add ½ cup of it to the mixer grinder.
  3. Wash the green chillies (hari mirch), chop them roughly and add to the grinder. (Add more chillies than mentioned if you want it to be more spicy)
  4. Add 1 tea-spoon of lemon juice (nimbu ka rus) to the mixer.
  5. Add salt to taste.
  6. Churn the mixer grinder. Stop and add a little water (enough to form a granular paste), then churn again
  7. Transfer it to a beautiful glass bowl. Garnish with small amla cubes, or lemon (nimbu) slice and serve.

(Tips: 1. Do not add jaggery (gud) or sugar to coriander (dhaniya) chutney; 2. Remember to form a little granular chutney and not a fine paste; 3. You can use 1 tomato if amla is unavailable; this will enhance the color and taste of the chutney)

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Renu Srivastava

Cooking with heart and soul for her family for over 30 years, now she is here to share her recipes with the world. All her life as a homemaker to help her husband and kids achieve success in their respective fields, now she has started this blog to do something for herself and pursue further her passion for cooking.

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