Aloo kay burger ki chatni literally means green chutney spread in between a potato filled burger. Chutney is a very important popular dish for many dishes like chaats, sandwich spread or served with snacks. Green chutney is probably the most favorite Indian accompaniment served with crispy samosas, dhoklas, kachoris etc. Snacks served are considered incomplete without the delicious and yummy green chutney. Aloo kay burger ki chatni is prepared with fresh coriander leaves, tamarind, mint leaves, roasted zeera, dry red chilies, whole dhania seeds and salt. Fresh green mint or pudina and coriander flavored chutney is exceptional for sandwich spreads and mint adds an amazing freshness and flavor to the chutney. In this recipe we are adding tamarind to give a tangy taste. You can also add lemon juice that enhances the flavors of mint and coriander and prevent discoloration of the green leaves. Simple yummy and delicious healthy chutney gives a wonderful aroma and taste when eaten with any kind of chaat, pakoras, and burgers. Green or Hari chutney is versatile and can also be served as a dip or as a spread over sandwich and Kathi roll apart from using it as a colorful role in Chaat preparation. Fresh chutneys are one of the most popular dishes from the Indian cooking and using of simplest of natural ingredients like the fresh coriander or mint leaves produces infinite variety of flavors to any given dish. Mint and coriander mixed gives an excellent bitter sweet, sharp, sour, spicy, aromatic, tart, mild fragrant and pungent flavor and taste to the chutney. These combinations of exotic flavors make a delightful dish and add zing to the dish. Indian spices offer significant health benefits and contribute towards an individual’s healthy life. They add lots of flavor and nutrients to dishes without any fat or calories. For preparing this delicious aloo kay burger ki chutni, firstly roast the whole coriander seeds, zeera seeds and dry red chilies till it gives a nice aroma and flavor. In a blender add all the above spice ingredients, fresh coriander, mint leaves, tamarind and salt. Blend all ingredients together to a form a smooth paste or chutney. Serve with hot samosas, kachori, burger or any scrumptious chaat. You can also make khattay aloo with the same chutni by just boiling the small baby potatoes, peel the skin and keep aside. In a wok, add some fresh curry leaves, baby potatoes then add the chutni and some chaat masala and sprinkle some papri over it and mix well. They baby potatoes tastes truly yummy and delicious. Do try preparing this simple yet delicious chutney and treat you kids with fresh snacks and chutney at home. Click on the below link for detailed recipe: https://www.vahrehvah.com/aloo+kay+burger+ki+chutni:6839 Apart from just serving with snacks, this chutney also goes well with kebabs and tandoor dishes. Coriander is a fresh fragrant herb with mix of parsley and citrus. The coriander leaves have a very distinctive unique bitter sweet taste and is added to many dishes as garnish and is usually put at the end of the cooking to preserve the fresh aroma. Apart from coriander, mint or pudina plays a major role in Indian cooking as is used in preparing many dishes. These have a stronger flavor and more pungent aroma. Mint is sweet and strong having sharp lemony taste. They are pleasantly pungent and refreshing at the same time. The warm sweet fragrance of mint is cooling to the palate, leaving a fresh aftertaste. Mint or pudina is widely used in chutneys, relishes, salads, sauces and teas. Mint is mostly added to biryanis (Moghul rice preparation), lassi - the North Indian refreshing drink. Mint is also perfect as a garnish for desserts, and goes well with fruits, iced tea, lemonade and yogurts as well as a variety of cocktails.