Mint Avocado Chutney – Just Wow!

This mint avocado chutney recipe has captured my heart and tastebuds, what a punch of flavour and will give any meal, or snack, LIFE.

To be honest, I didn’t intend to create this, what I’m calling nothing short of a superb condiment, this chutney. Like all great things, it happened, sort of, by accident.

I was concerned about what else to do with my “almost too ripe and need to throw out” avocadoes, and way more mint than I can use for just mojitos.

Mint chutney is nothing new, it’s made in South Asian households all the time, and to be frank, I was never a huge fan. However, they have grown on me, as of recent. Using my known knowledge of what a classic mint chutney tastes like, I wondered if using my aging avocadoes would work with that. If it didn’t, well they were going to spoil in a day anyways.

Long story short, I added them both together and it is something that will become a regular chutney or sauce over here now.

That day, I was making chicken and it was perfect with that. I immediately thought of roast lamb and potatoes with this, as well as baked pita, or even just some warm fresh rice. There are so many possibilities when you have a really great sauce/chutney. What you can pair it with, really makes the dish come alive.

Let’s be honest for a second…

You can be a so-so cook, but if you make a killer sauce/chutney, it will amp up any dish.

I definitely finished the rest as a snack with some tortilla chips, the next day.

Of note: The only downside, because of the avocadoes, I wouldn’t recommend keeping it any more than a day (no one likes brown guacamole, the same rule applies here).

mint avocado chutney

Mint Avocado Chutney

Christina Chandra
This is isn't your average mint chutney. More versatile, more nutritious, and more delicious. The combination of mint and avocado is a win.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Course Snack


  • Handy chopper or food processor


  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 avocado
  • 1 handful fresh mint leaves
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • salt to taste
  • 1/4 onion
  • 1/2 green jalepeno or green chillies (but watch how much heat)
  • 1/2 handful fresh cilantro
  • squeeze lime juice


  • Add all your ingredients in a handy chopper (of good quality) or food processor and blend away.
  • Blend to a creamy consistency, if needed add a teaspoon of water to make it come together (if looking too dry), but no more. It's better to add a little bit more olive oil after that, if desired.
  • Scoop into a bowl and serve with lamb, fish, chicken, or rice, or eat as a dip with pita chips.
Keyword avocado dip, chutney, mint chutney
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So DANG good!


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