Dhaniya-Pudina Chutney/Cilantro-Mint Dip (No Onion, No Garlic)

Dhaniya-Pudina chutney is a famous green chutney served side with any snacks/street foods in India. It goes well with fried or salty foods. This chutney had beautiful green color, mouth-watering zest & freshness to any snack.

This dip is quick to make & require very few ingredients. Coriander, mint, chilies & lemon juice are blended into a blender & whipped into a dip. If you are looking for more Indian chutney/dip, do check my recipes ofย Dhaniya Chutney/Coriander Dip Recipe,ย Coconut Chutney/Dip. So try out this chutney & enjoy this slightly tangy, spicy, flavorful & vibrant looking dip with your favorite snacks.


Cuisine: Indian

Recipe Type: Chutney/Dip

Author: Rateka

Prep Time: 5 Mins

Cook Time: 2-3 Mins

Yields: 1 small glass bottle


  • Dhaniya/Coriander/Cilantro Leaves: 2 cups, washed & roughly chopped
  • Pudina/Mint Chutney Leaves: 1/2 cup
  • Thai Green Chili: 2-4, roughly chopped ( No.s of chilies depend on your preferred on your spice level )
  • Salt: 1/2 tsp
  • Black salt: 1/4 tsp
  • Cumin Seeds: 1/2 tsp
  • Raw Mango Pulp: 1 small
  • Lemon Juice: From 1 big lemon (If not using raw mango pulp)
  • Water as required


  • Place all the ingredients in a blender with very little water & blend into a smooth, semi-liquid paste (not runny).
  • Check on salt & lemon juice, add water if required & blend again.
  • Take out the chutney in an air-tight container. It will last for 4-5 days.
  • Serve fresh chutney with your favorite snack & enjoy ๐Ÿ˜Š.


  • Prefer storing it in a glass air-tight container as it helps in retaining this beautiful green color to some extend.
  • You can add lemon juice to add that tanginess in the dip if you don’t have raw mango pulp handy.
  • You can add garlic cloves as well.



10 thoughts on “Dhaniya-Pudina Chutney/Cilantro-Mint Dip (No Onion, No Garlic)

    1. Thank you dear ๐Ÿ˜Š
      Sorry for so late reply. I have many no onion no garlic recipes on my blog. You can check them under no onion no garlic tab under Recipes. Do let me know if you are unable to search.


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