Use this refreshing sauce or chutney to serve with pappadums, pakoras, samosas or chips.
To make in a food processor, drop jalapeno and garlic cloves into a running food processor to chop. Add the cashews and process for a minute or so. Add mint and cilantro. With machine running, pour in lime juice and water. Add sugar, coriander and salt and process until mixed.
This will keep a week in the refrigerator. Or you can put it in an ice cube tray and freeze it. Then store the frozen "cubes" in an air tight freezer container. A few moments in the microwave thaws out a cube for serving with a meal.
Adapted from class: India Goes Vegan! with Shirley Wilkes-Johnson
Mint and cilantro help digestion. If you can't get fresh mint then double the amount of cilantro - but the mint is so good!.
jimshim 3y agoReally enjoyed this along with various Indian breads and other chutneys.
paigehuff 5y agoExcellent compliment to the vegetable samosas!
Ohmybeth 6y agoDelicious! Multiple layers of flavors with something for everyone.
Grouchom 6y agoWas definately more of a pesto than a chutney, but it was very good. Used it on Lamb burgers and it went over very well!
LauraGalceran 7y agoOMG! I GET EXCITED EVERYTIME I CAN USE A LOT OF HERBS I GROW IN MY HERB GARDEN. I HAVE A LOT OF MINT, CILANTRO WHICH GROWS VERY WELL IN ZONE 9. I LOVE TO MIX CILANTRO AND MINT TOGETHER. THE CASHEWS MAKE IT LIKE A PESTO, WHICH I ABSOLUTELY LOVE AND CAN NOT WAIT TO TRY THIS. THANKS FOR SHARING!
purplenight 9y agobeen looking for this recipe. thanks
rickc2591 10y agoMint and cilantro help digestion. If you can't get fresh mint then double the amount of cilantro - but the mint is so good!.
promfh 10y agoMint and cilantro help digestion. If you can't get fresh mint then double the amount of cilantro - but the mint is so good!. [I posted this recipe.]