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Mom’s Recipes

Chatni Sauce

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Ingredients

One bunch of fresh Cilantro

One bunch of fresh Italian Parsly

One bunch of fresh mint

Two Ounces of Alipano or other hot fresh pepper

Four cloves of fresh garlic

Four table spoons of white vinegar

Half cup of water

One table spoons of salt

One table spoon of olive oil if available

Directions

First blind the cilantro, parsly, mint, pepper, garlic through the ground machine then mix the grounded ingredients with half cup of water. Then add the vinegar and salt and one table spoon of olive oil if avaiable and mix again.

Now your fresh, tasty homemade mint sauce chatney, garlic sauce is ready to serve.

Note: if you don't like to use venigar, you can add lemon instead but venigar makes it taste really good and it will taste better and vinegary in the next day. Also this recipe is for a small batch but you can make more by adding more ingredients as you see in the pictures.

Notes

The spicy chatni sauce is common in every house and on every table cloth. The most common month of eating this specific sauce along with another vegetable sauce called 'Turshi' is the fasting month of 'Ramadan' when people are not eating or drinking anything early from the sunrise to sunset every day for a month. During the fasting month, different types of suace are being used such as mint sauce, garlic sauce with other vegetables soaked in vinegar.

This type of Chatni sauce is used with every meal but mostly with Bulanni, Spegatti, Pasta, eggplant, Kabab, Chicken, rice and more.

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