Just wondered if anyone knows if the mint and coriander chutney can be made in a big batch and frozen in ice cube trays? I’ve frozen fresh curry leaves okay for using as and when but nothing else. Thank you.

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traceyross
10 months

Sounds good @Jo Dunn

Jo Dunn
10 months

If you don't want to add sugar you can use mango chutney @traceyross 💕

traceyross
10 months

Thank you @Jo Dunn for your recipe. I’ll try making your sauce too. I’m going to use up the garden mint so lots of sauces and recipes with mint. It’s going to be fun.

Jo Dunn
10 months

Hi @traceyross , yes the leaves do go horrid black In the freezer, but like @Sue Geen says, it keeps amazingly well in the fridge. I use up my garden mint before the winter by making mint sauce. Then I add a tsp of this to yogurt and half tsp of turmeric, tsp of sugar/sweetener, juice of half to one lime, chopped coriander to make a great sauce that my OH just loves💕💕

traceyross
10 months

Thank you @Hari Ghotra that’s great to know.

Hari Ghotra
10 months

The chutney will be fine @traceyross because full of freezing mint leaves though. They can go very black

traceyross
10 months

@Sue Geen

traceyross
10 months

Thanks both, @Sue that’s good to know it keeps a while I’ll put it in a jar. Thanks @boo I love fresh too but had no idea how long they would be ok to keep in the fridge. I have loads of mint outside growing so going to take advantage of using it before winter.

boo
10 months

Ooops! “Or malls” shouldn’t be there!

boo
10 months

Personally, I find that there is nothing better than fresh mint and coriander leaves! @traceyross. These herbs or malls change in taste, colour and freshness when you freeze them. But it’s up to you ...

Sue Geen
10 months

it seems to keep for ages. I've got some in the fridge I made a month ago @traceyross . it's still ok.