I love the combination of mint, cilantro and jalapeno on most things Indian as well as Middle Eastern salads, cucumbers and even jicama diced up. Wonderful flavors together. This chutney sauce is Atkins Induction friendly and suitable for Keto diets. It can be used as a dip for low-carb versions of Indian naan, for dressing cucumbers and salads, or as a condiment for Indian Mixed Grill meats or even Middle Eastern meat dishes. I increase the sour cream and make a creamier dressing when I do this sauce for a cucumber salad. This can also be thinned with a touch of water if you like it thinner. You’ll see it both thick and thin in Indian Restaurants.
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1 c. cilantro leaves
1 c. mint leaves
2 3-inch jalapenos, seeded
juice of 1 lemon or lime
3 T. sour cream (you can use Greek yogurt, but will be higher in carbs)
3 T. heavy cream
Water as needed if you want it thinner
DIRECTIONS: Throw all ingredients into food processor and pulse or hand chop to a fairly smooth mixture as pictured above. Use as a condiment for Indian food at room temperature. Chill and toss a little of this with sliced cucumbers, sliced jicama or diced tomatoes for a wonderful salad.
NUTRITIONAL INFO: Makes 6 servings (or enough to dress 6 salads). 1/6 batch has:
2.3 g fat
1.77 g carbs, .73 g fiber, 1.04 g NET CARBS
.77 g protein
35 mg sodium