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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Amla Coriander Chutney

How to make Amla Ki Hari Chutney, Amla coriander chutney, Indian Gooseberry & Coriander Chutney..

Amla aka Indian Gooseberry is the powerhouse of the nutrients and one of the most important ingredients used in Ayurveda medicine for thousands of years....

Did you know amla contains 20 times more vitamin C as orange juice. Vitamin C is very much needed and essential for building block of collagen, protect us against cold and flu, good for bone health, hemoglobin formation, wound healing, better absorption of calcium in our body, and have anti aging properties.

Amla coriander chutney is the best way to get the daily dose of vitamin C. But amla has a bitter, astringent, sour and very unique taste, so that's why it is not the first choice of many people. Amla in this form is very much desirable as the ingredients which goes in this chutney enhance the taste of amla. After trying amla in this form, trust me, you will be surprised as why haven't you explored this healthy combination before... 

Let's get started 
☑ Recipe details 

  • Cuisine Indian
  • Category Vegetarian 
  • Level of difficulty - very easy
  • Recipe type - accompaniment
  • Preparation time 5-10 min
  • Cooking time nil

☑ Ingredients required

  • 1 cup coriander leaves
  • 1 onion
  • 2 Amla
  • 1tbsp of roasted peanuts
  • 1tbsp roasted chana dal
  • 5-6 green chillies or as per taste
  • 2tsp sugar
  • 1tsp lemon juice
  • Salt to taste

☑ Method 

♨ Step 1 Mise en place

◾Green coriander leaves - washed and chopped 

◾Amla - Washed, roughly chopped and stone removed 

◾Green chillies - washed, stem removed, end trimmed and chopped.

◾Onion peeled and roughly chopped 

♨ Step 2 Grinding 

◾Take a mixer grinder jar, add all the ingredients i.e coriander leaves, amla, green chillies, roasted Chana dal, roasted peanuts, sugar, lemon juice and salt to taste. Add ⅓ cup water and blend till smooth. Transfer it into a serving bowl.

◾Serve right away or store it in an airtight container and refrigerate. 

Also refer
Amla Sweet Pickle

Amla Murabba 


  1. wow simply super and healthy amla chutney This is another amla recipe I will have to add to my collection!

  2. wow ! This chutney just looks awesome. It seems good for health and taste buds. Fantastic recipe my friend!!

  3. This looks an interesting Indian dip, want to give a try. What is roasted chana dal?

    1. Hello Rose,
      Roasted chana dal is a variety of Chickpea (Bengal Gram). It is obtained by roasting chana dal. It is also called as Daria Dal and Chane ki dal.

  4. Very Healthy and tasty combination.

  5. I've never ever thought about making chutney with Indian amla, sounds great to me. Will give a try!

  6. Wow, super awesome, lip smacking, loaded with vitamin c and easy and super quick too... it's great to learn something new and see how things are made..Thanks for this wonderful Gooseberry recipe.

  7. I love Amla and coriander leaves mainly for its green color and then for its nutritive value :) Both in a chutney is really awesome Deeps. I envy you. How could you come up with such innovative ideas. Great share dear. I need to add amlas when i get them next time.

    1. Thank you so much dear.:)
      Ha ha, its all about my love for chutney.. and you'll observe many more chutney preparation in coming months. :)

  8. It looks Awesome !!! Lovely Presentation...quite healthy!! will try it very soon Deepa:)

  9. This is a very good tip particularly to those fresh to the blogosphere.
    Brief but very precise info… Many thanks for sharing this
    one. A must read post!

  10. Thanks for sharing your info. I truly appreciate your efforts and I am waiting for your further post thanks once again.

  11. simple and healthy chutney love it, apki same pic kahin aur bhi dekhi hai maine.

    1. Thank you so much friend. Yes, it could be possible as my this recipe is very popular in many social networking sites especially in Pinterest. So, when something become super duper hit, some people start copying content as well as images... I started adding blog name, web page address in all my images, still images are used without permission.. I mean at least they mention source of image..