This stunningly zingy chutney is made by blitzing up fresh coriander, cashews, green chilli, garlic and more. The ultimate addition to Indian masterpieces cooked up at your place.

To make Cassia’s Coriander Chutney, you will need:

50g cashews

4 green chillies (add more to suit your taste)

4 cloves garlic, peeled

1 thumb sized piece of ginger, peeled and roughly chopped

1 bunch fresh coriander, roots removed, stems and leaves roughly chopped

1/2 cup fresh mint leaves

Juice of 1 lemon

3 teaspoons sugar

Salt to taste

How to make Cassia’s Coriander Chutney:

First grind the cashews, now add all the other ingredients to your Electrolux blender with a little water and blitz. Keep blitzing until you reach a thick consistency. You may need to slowly add water to achieve this. Season to taste. The coriander chutney will keep in the refrigerator for up to a week in an airtight container. You can use the chutney as a dip, a spread on bread or to add flavour to other dishes. 

The recipe is from Chandni Chandan-Sahrawat’s mother. Chandni and Sid own Sidart and Cassia restaurants in Auckland.

Sid uses the Electrolux Masterpiece Collection Blender:

Electrolux are revolutionising the way you blend with the newly developed Unique PowerTilt technology. A 10 degree tilt uses the force of gravity to move ingredients around the jug and fall back down directly onto the blades, ensuring smoother results. The 1600W motor can tackle the toughest of jobs but operates surprisingly quietly, even when blending ice cubes or nuts, so conversations will never again be interrupted by noisy appliances. The intuitive LED display offers 3 speeds, setting for smoothies, drinks, soups and ice crushing and a precision timer.
Electrolux Masterpiece Collection Blender                         RRP $449.95
The Electrolux Masterpiece Collection is available from leading appliance retailers.  For further information, please visit; www.electrolux.co.nz

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