Jan 19, 2017

Mint And Yogurt Dip

My final recipe for this week is a dip which we can serve any starter. I used green chillis in this dip if you don't like it too spicy you can add pepper powder in the place of green chillis. Use hung curd for this dip hung curd will give a thick and nice texture to the dip. Serve this dip with paneer tikka or any other starter or even with vegetable slices like cucumber, carrot and beetroot. This will be a perfect choice for salad dressing also.


Let's check the recipe...
INGREDIENTS:---
Yogurt   ----  1 cup
Green chillies  --- 3
Mint leaves  ---  1/2 cup
Garlic ---   4 cloves
Salt to taste
METHOD:---
1. Take mint leaves, green chillies, garlic cloves  add two tab sp. of yogurt and grind in to a fine paste.
2. Take out this mint paste in to a bowl add remaining yogurt and salt to taste mix well.
Leave this dip in the fridge at least for one hour to blend the flavors.
Serve with paneer tikka, alu rolls, cutlets, or simply with masala pappad,,, 
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9 comments:

Pavani N said...

Wow, that is a spicy, creamy and delicious dip with thick yogurt.

vaishali sabnani said...

I like the addition of garlic to your dip..must be making it very flavorful.

Priya Suresh said...

Very flavorful and interesting dip. Beautiful presentation.

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

Love how you have presented the dish. So refreshing and cooling after eating something spicy.

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan said...

Versatile and yummy dip. I love this sauce for marination too.

Srivalli said...

Oh so that was the dip..very nice..I have already told you that, your tikka looks amazing..It must have tasted heavenly with this dip..

Smruti Shah said...

Such a wonderful dip for paneer tikka and cutlets. Would dunk all my appetizers into this delicious dip!

Sandhiya said...

Simple & tasty Dip

Harini-Jaya R said...

Interesting dip using mint.