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Why eat mint sauce from a jar when all you need is a few stalks of fresh garden mint vinegar and sugar to make fresh mint sauce in less than 5 minutes. For your favorite lamb dishes to serve at your next dinner party here is a super easy and delicious no fuss
Once a Week Kitchen - How to Make Fresh Mint Sauce
GETTING READY 1. Finely chop the mint and keep aside. MAKING 2. In a heavy bottomed saucepan combine the brown sugar vinegar and lemon juice. 3. Place the pan over a low flame and stir until the sugar melts. 4. Boil without stirring until thick enough to coat
Mint Sauce Gallois
In the top of a double boiler combine yogurt lemon juice mint basil garlic salt and sugar mix well. In the bottom of the double boiler place a small amount of water. Heat over low heat until hot. Over the hot water place the top of the double boiler. Heat to
GETTING READY 1 Strip the leaves from the mint and wash. 2 Chop finely and put in a small basin with sugar. MAKING 3 Add boiling water to dissolve the sugar and then add the vinegar. This makes a sharp flavoured sauce. 4 Alternatively put the chopped mint
Homemade Mint Sauce
GETTING READY 1. In water wash and clean mint leaves. Then dry the mint leaves. Using a knife them chop finely. MAKING 2. In a pan add the sugar and heat gently until the sugar has dissolved. Boil for 3 to 4 minutes. Allow it to cool. 3. Keep the mint in a
MAKING 1 In a saucepan combine together all the ingredient. 2 Over moderate heat bring the mixture to a simmer. 3 Cook for about 3 to 4 minutes occasionally stirring. 4 Place the sauce in the fridge for a minimum of 40 minutes before use. SERVING 5 Serve or
Mint Rosemary Sauce
GETTING READY 1. Wash clean and pat dry the mint leaves. Using a knife chop very finely. MAKING 2. Take a small dish or sauce boat and put in mint and sugar. Pour on boiling water over it. This way the sugar would dissolve and the mint remains green. 3. Pour
This glazed mint sauce is prepared with mint jelly and sugar. Cooked with vinegar and cornflour to thickness the glazed mint sauce can be used in cooking or served over meat. 1. Combine sugar and vinegar in a large Pyrex jug. 2. Cook for 2 minutes on HIGH.
Glazed Mint Sauce
MAKING 1. In a pan cook vinegar add sugar and mint stirring for a few minutes such that sugar is dissolved. 2. Add water and let it cool. SERVING 3. Serve as desired.
MAKING 1 In a bowl place the mint leaves 2 In a saucepan gently heat the vinegar sugar water till the sugar has dissolved 3 Take off from the heat and pour over the mint leaves 4 Allow the leaves to cool SERVING 5 Serve the sauce with some meat or seafood dish
MAKING 1. In a saucepan combine sugar arrowroot and salt and gradually add boiling water stirring constantly. 2. Continuing stirring simmer over low heat 5 minutes or until clear and thickened. 3. Remove from heat and mix in extract and food color. 4. Increase
Mint Sauce For Desserts
In a 4 cup glass measure stir together water and sugar. Microwave uncovered on HIGH 100 for 1 1 2 minutes or until boiling. Stir until sugar is completely dissolved. Microwave uncovered on HIGH 100 for aboout 21 2 minutes mixture should boil rapidly for at
Marshmallow Mint Sauce
Dissolve sugar and salt in boiling water. Pour over mint. Cover. Allow mint to steep for 5 minutes. Add vinegar. Mix in mint jelly. Stir well. Allow to stand for several hours or overnight.
Grandmom'S Mint Sauce
In a wide frying pan bring 2 inches water to a boil over high heat. Add pea pods and boil gently until bright green about 30 seconds. Drain pea pods plunge into ice water and stir until cool. Drain again and set aside. In a food processor or blender whirl sour
Snow Peas With Mint Sauce
MAKING 1 Rinse the mint leaves and dry them. 2 On a board put the dried mint leaves sprinkle sugar all over and chop the leaves finely. 3 In a bowl place the chopped mint leaves and stir in 2 tablespoons of boiling water. 4 Add the vinegar. Allow the sauce to
An unusual combination of pineapple and mint makes this Pineapple and Mint Sauce delectable. MAKING 1. Peel and chop pineapple pieces finely. 2. In a pan take water. 3. Add pineapples and honey and let it simmer over a low flame for 5 minutes. 4. Remove from
PINEAPPLE AND MINT SAUCE
MAKING 1.Make a thin syrup of the sugar and water 220 230 F. . 2.Cut the marshmallows in quarters and add to the syrup. 3.Pour the mixture over the egg white gradually beating vigorously. 4.Add the flavoring and tint a delicate green. SERVING 5.Serve with
Marshmallow Mint Sauce
Combine all ingredients in 2 cup measure. Microwave at High 1 1 2 to 2 1 2 minutes or until boiling. Reduce power to 50 Medium . Microwave 5 minutes or until flavors blend. Use immediately or cover and refrigerate. Serve with lamb pork or vegetables.
Microwaved Mint Sauce
MAKING 1 Among the sections of an ice cube tray divide the mint. 2 In a saucepan put the water and sugar. Gently heat till the sugar has dissolved and then gently boil for about 4 minutes. 3 Pour the syrup all over the mint in the ice tray. Allow to cool. 4 To
MAKING 1 In a saucepan heat vinegar with sugar until the syrup is clear and just boils. 2 Remove from the heat and cool. 3 Stir the mint in the vinegar mixture. SERVING 4 Serve as desired.
MAKING 1.In a bowl dissolve sugar in vinegar 2.Now pour the dissolved mixture over minced mint leaves 3.Set the bowl away where it will keep warm but not hot 4.Now allow to infuse for 30 minutes 5.If the vinegar is very strong then dilute with water SERVING 6
This classic mint sauce is great to go with succulent vegan roasts. Quick and simple this mint sauce is a good stuff for your stuffed tummy MAKING 1. In a small jug take mint. 2. Pour boiling water over it. 3. Add honey and lemon juice. Stir till it blends
Combine all ingredients in a pan. Bring to a boil boil for 1 2 minutes. Let stand 10 15 minutes.
Vinegar Mint Sauce
Combine the browned flour with 1 2 cup of the liquid from the roast and set aside. Place the remaining liquid from the roast the beef stock and the mint leaves into a heavy 3 quart pot over high heat. Bring to a full boil whisk in the flour stock mixture
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