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Keto Chutney

Coriander & Mint Keto Chutney

Green chutney is probably the most popular Indian condiment. We use it for everything, in vada pav, to dip your samosa and pakoda into, for sandwiches as a spread. It’s a pretty long list. So today I’m going to make my Keto version of it. I’ll also make 2 additional variations. Honestly there are 1000s of chutneys and different recipes. You’ll notice how it differs in flavour across the country as well. My version is just a very simple and basic one. Of course you can always adjust to taste. Anyway enjoy the recipe!

Tweak to taste

In my recipe I chose to use equal parts of coriander to mint. I quite like the flavour. However in a lot of places people will use half the amount of mint so you get more of the coriander flavour. Sometimes people will add some raw spices like tumeric, cumin or red chilli powder. You can do that. In the southern part of India they use coconut and then temper spices and pour that over. I have a recipe for that as it is served along with the Keto dosa.

I’m pretty sure there might be some people who hate the taste of coriander (it’s an actual thing where it tastes like soap to them). In that case you can use parsley. It will still taste good albeit different. You can also add in more fats via some MCT/Coconut/Olive oil after blending.

Keto ChutneyNutrition Info (Per serving)

  • Calories: 30
  • Net Carbs: 1g
  • Carbs: 1g
  • Fat: 3g
  • Protein: 0g
  • Fiber: 0g

This recipe makes 5 servings. 1 serving = 15 grams. But please weigh your final mixture and divide by 5 to get the exact serving size. Get this recipe on myfitnesspal. For the macros on the other 2 just add the raw ingredients in your app.

Keto Chutney

Keto Chutney

The most popular Indian condiment, hands down.
4.89 from 9 votes
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 2 minutes
Total Time 4 minutes
Course Essential Ingredients
Cuisine Indian
Servings 5 servings


Headbanger's Kitchen Keto Chutney

  • 25 grams Coriander
  • 25 grams Fresh Mint Leaves
  • 5 grams Ginger
  • 5 grams garlic
  • 1 Green Chilli
  • 1/4 Tsp Salt
  • lime juice to taste

HK's Yogurt Chutney

  • 1 Tbsp Full Fat Greek Yogurt
  • 1 Tbsp Keto Chutney
  • 1/4 Tsp Chaat Masala

HK's Mint Mayo Spread


  • In a food processor add all the ingredients and blend together. Your basic chutney is read now.
  • For the yogurt version mix all the ingredients together in a bowl. It's ready.
  • For the Mint Mayo spread just mix it all into a bowl and it's done.


You can adjust the ratio of mint to coriander according to your taste. If you are someone who hates coriander you can do this with parsley but it will obviously taste very different. Good for sure, but different.
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!

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  1. Hey Sahil,

    My family and me follow the Keto way of living and your recipes are very helpful. We all enjoy our meals because of your easy and great way of cooking.

    Thanks and stay blessed

  2. Deeelicious! 🙂 I made a slightly modified recipe with mint (only had dried mint, so I used a third of the quantity and rehydrated it with some warm water) and coriander, garlic granules, as a bit of sour cream instead of yoghurt as that’s all I had at hand. This was perfect with homemade keto samosas (pastry crust from Paula from Gnom Gnom and cauliflower pea filling) for an unusual dinner. Thank you!

    1. It’s just a normal Indian green chili we don’t have a special name for it. You can probably find it at your local Indian grocery store but otherwise can also make it with a jalapeno probably.

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