Low Amine Cilantro Chutney

I love cilantro. I love it so much that I could literally eat it by the handful. Which is, essentially, what I end up doing when I make low amine cilantro chutney. Except it’s by the spoonful. Nom.

Low Amine Cilantro Chutney

Low Amine Cilantro Chutney

1 large bundle cilantro, well washed

1″ piece of ginger, roughly chopped

1 Tbsp fresh green chilies (I like Serrano or Thai bird chilies)

1 tsp sugar

1 tsp ascorbic acid

3 Tbsp water

3 green onions

  • Put everything in a food processor and pulse until rough, then puree till mostly smooth.
  • Serve, or just pour the cilantro chutney into your mouth straight from the container. That’s what I do.
Low Amine Cilantro Chutney (photo)

Low Amine Cilantro Chutney, finished texture

Related Posts:
Low Amine Tandoori Turkey with Indian Spiced Gravy
Cajun Turkey
Cardamom Saffron Rice

AMINE BREAKDOWN:

Very Low Amine: cilantro, ginger, ascorbic acid, water, green onion

Low Amine: sugar

Very High Amine: green chilies

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