Most Indians like spicy hot food and if you are like them , you will love this spicy green chutney . This is so easy that you can make it within a maximum of fifteen minutes and might be hotter than most people can handle .
It’s like spicy food – sometimes you have to tone it down so more people can enjoy it . ~ Kenneth Edmonds
- Chillies according to taste ( i used about fifteen krishna jolokia) .
- A large piece of ginger .
- Two whole large garlic pods .
- One lemon .
- A little bit mustard oil .
- Salt according to taste .
- About half a teaspoon of black pepper powder .
- Few mint leaves .
- Few coriander leaves .
Peal the garlic buds and garlic . Remove the chili stems and wash everything properly.
Roughly chop everything and put it in the jar wet grinding. Add just a little bit of water and start the grinder . Run for about 30 seconds and then open the jar of the grinder and clean whatever is sticking to the walls and cover and put it back in with a spoon or the scraper that comes with the grinder . Repeat this till there is no large piece of ginger or garlic is present in the mix .
This spicy green chutney can be preserved for about three days after preparation , if kept in a fridge but i would suggest to make it fresh every time . For even more heat use Ghost Peppers .