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Recipe Courtesy: My Dear friend Himabindu

Here’s a delicious no-cook recipe from my friend Himabindu. Bindu and I went to school together years and years ago and I think it’s been that long that we’ve seen each other. But thanks to Facebook, we are only a ‘message’ away from long lost friends.

Bindu lives in India and has adorable twin boys who keep her busy. She sent this simple no-cooking involved Walnut Chutney that sounded so good that I had to make it right away. It takes so little time to make and needs everyday pantry ingredients — so there’s no reason not to make it right away. The resulting chutney was soooo good, creamy, nutty with the walnuts and spicy with the chilies and garlic. I had it for lunch with rice, but Bindu says it goes well with rotis too.

Here’s what Bindu wrote about the dish:

Here is a recipe that I really enjoy making coz, one, my kids like it; two, easy to make and no cooking required, three, very nutritious. It is called Walnut Chutney.A typical Kashmiri dish!!! 

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Walnut Chutney Yum
Walnut Chutney
Course condiments
Cuisine north indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Passive Time 15 minutes
Servings
serving
Ingredients
  • ½ cup Walnuts - soak them for about 10- 15 mins before u start the process
  • 3 tbspn Yogurt curd /
  • 2 - 3 cloves Garlic
  • 4 - 5 chilies (adjust as per taste) Green
  • 1 2 Onions - medium/ small
  • Salt - as per taste
Course condiments
Cuisine north indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Passive Time 15 minutes
Servings
serving
Ingredients
  • ½ cup Walnuts - soak them for about 10- 15 mins before u start the process
  • 3 tbspn Yogurt curd /
  • 2 - 3 cloves Garlic
  • 4 - 5 chilies (adjust as per taste) Green
  • 1 2 Onions - medium/ small
  • Salt - as per taste
Walnut Chutney
Instructions
  1. Put all the ingredients in the mixer jar and make a thick paste while adding a little water to it !!!!
Recipe Notes

You could have it with chapathis or even rice!!! It tastes good with both!!!

This goes to Valli's Kid's Delight event: 5 ingredient fix that I'm hosting for this month. I apologize for the delay in posting the round up. I'm in the process of doing it and should have it ready in couple of days. In the meantime, don't forget to send in your entries for Kid's Delight-Sweet Treats event going on right now at Sowmya's place.

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6 thoughts on “Walnut Chutney”

  1. Sounds delightful! And hurray for FB – I’ve been back in touch with so many people that I otherwise wouldn’t have.

  2. it does sound very interesting..love to try it ..See this is what frnds are for ,sharing..I love facebook for this reason too as i can see all my near and dear ones there everyday , feels like growing together..:)

  3. Omg, seriously walnut chutney looks soo creamy and very nutty,thanks to ur friend for sharing this no cook chutney.

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