MINT

Bursting with fragrance and a refreshing flavour, mint is a versatile herb, adding lively, coolness to sweet and savory dishes. Highly aromatic, fresh mint is a popular ingredient in Thai, British and Middle Eastern cuisines.

RECIPES

Taste:

Warm, fresh, aromatic, sweet flavour with a cool aftertaste.

Mint Fruit Skewer
Mint

Tip:

Chop or shred mint just before serving as the cut edges oxidise and turn black after a while.

Goes with:

Lamb, peas, pineapple, beetroot, feta cheese, fennel, couscous, quinoa, cucumber, yoghurt, fresh berries, apples, potatoes, watermelon, pomegranate, lime, chilli, seafood, dill and parsley.

French Toast
Mojito

Classic uses:

Mint sauce, tabbouleh, fruit salad, mojitos, tea, chutney, potato and mint salad, minted peas or a Thai salad.

Health benefits:

An excellent source of minerals like potassium, calcium, iron, manganese and magnesium.
A source of vitamins A, beta carotene, vitamin-C, E and K.

Mint
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