Amla Ki Chutney is a tangy spicy chutney. Amala or gooseberry is packed with nutrients. Antioxidants available in it reduces free radicals in the body. It is rich in Vitamin C and also helps controlling blood sugar.
This flavourful easy to make chutney. It is made from Indian gooseberry, green chilies with the wellness of ginger in it.
Indian Gooseberry is available in winter. As the temperature decrease, cough and cold also become common. Ginger in this Gooseberry Chutney helps fight this cough and cold.
Amla is also a good source of potassium. This potassium is essential for good blood vessel health. Gooseberry also reduces LDL (bad) cholesterol from the blood. Thus is very good for your heart too.
As Amla is a bit sour and sweet is taste. Some people avoid this due to its unique taste. But the advantages of Amla is unbeatable. My husband and son also avoid this taste. Thus I prepare tangy spicy Amla Ki Chutney which my whole family loves.
In winter I preferably prepare it almost every day. I serve this chutney in lunch with different salad recipes.
This chutney also goes very well with fries like Samosa, Kachori, and Pakora recipes. This Amla Ki Chutney influences the delight of these chaats recipes. With this recipe, I also silently push valuable nutrition to my family.
You also can do this! So let us begin preparing our nutritious and tasty Amla Ki Chutney.
Amla Ki Chutney Recipe
- 200 grams fresh coriander leaves (ताजा धनिया पत्ती)
- 6 pieces of Indian gooseberry (आंवला)
- 2-3 pieces green chilies (हरी मिर्च)
- 1 inch ginger (अदरक)
- 1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds (जीरा)
- 1 pinch asafoetida (हींग)
- 1/4 teaspoon black rock salt (काला नमक)
for preparation of gooseberry chutney
- Remove coriander leaves from the stem (tender stems are fine but if stems are stringy, then discard those stems) and wash leaves very well in running water.
- Clean and wash Indian gooseberry. Chop the gooseberry into small pieces and remove the seed.
- Remove stems from green chilies. Remove ginger skin. Chop green chilies and ginger into small pieces.
How to Make Gooseberry Chutney
- Put all the coriander leaves, Chop green chilies and ginger along with cumin seeds, a pinch of asafoetida powder and black rock salt in a mixer and make it into a fine paste.
- Amla chutney is ready to serve. You can store this spicy gooseberry chutney for 6-7 days in the refrigerator for later use.
- Serve spicy gooseberry chutney along with Salad, Samosa, Kachori, Pakoda or any other recipe of your choice.