Mint (Pudina) Chutney is very versatile and an integral part of an Indian Meal. It can be served as a dip with appetizers (example pappad, samosas, kebabs, etc.) or it can be used as a spread in sandwiches – with cucumber or tomatoes and cheese (yummy!) and best of all, it plays a key role in making chaat, a very popular street food."Mint Chutney | Pudina Chutnee | Hari Chutni"
Looking for a quick and tasty shrimp recipe? Try Pudina or “mint” Shrimp. With a few ingredients, little prep time and many cooking options, you can impress your family and friends with this flavorful appetizer."Pudina Shrimp (Prawn) Recipe"
Cucumber and Mint both spell “Summer”, “Refreshing”, “Cool”! This wonderful Cold Soup is a great alternative to the warm, hot soup that we are more familiar with. Try this awesome, simple yet cool soup over the summer for a party or better yet, a barbecue! For garnish add a sprig of fresh Mint and a slice of Cucumber and enjoy!"Cool Mint Cucumber Soup"
Fresh and tasty to the core…try it with the Chicken Biryani, Aloo (Potato) or Spinach Parathas. The combination of the Cilantro (Coriander leaves/Dhaniya) and the Mint (Pudina) takes Yogurt to a higher level. Enjoy the Cilantro & Mint Raita…"Cilantro & Mint Raita How-to Video"
Anuja and Hetal show you how to make a very versatile and simple Mint Chutney which can be used with anything from appetizers and chaats to sandwiches. It’s a perfect condiment – spicy and delicious!"Mint Chutney How-to Video"