Saturday, September 19, 2015

Mint sauce

The last in the series of condiments I bring you a super easy mint sauce recipe from UK. It takes hardly 5 minutes to make this , but I bet the flavor is awesome.
This sauce us basically used to rub over fish /meat. Now you might ask me being a vegetarian how are you giving a recipe used on meats? ? Well, this sauce can be used as a marinade on veggies  too, how about on paneer  or tofu. Possibilities are endless,  being a foodie we always tweak a recipe to your taste and like. So here it is, a simple, yet bursting with flavors that lingers, also in your hands for a longer time, mint sauce!!!

Source here
Ingredients
A fistful of fresh mint leaves
1 tbsp white wine vinegar/ cider vinegar/malt vinegar
1 tbsp hot water
1 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp salt
Method
  • Wash and chop the mint leaves finely. Take the mint leaves in a bowl, sprinkle sugar and salt over it. Let it sit for 5 minutes.
  • To this add hot water and vinegar. Mix well. Let it sit for 30 minutes before use.


14 comments:

  1. I love the aroma of mint leaves and can imagine the flavors going in.Lovely.

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  2. wow..this is such a quick recipe..let me try it in the evening..super one Priya!

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  3. i am floored with the artistry work here...the ea of capturig it in shot glass is outstanding

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  4. Flavorful sauce and can smell the aroma of mint till here. :)

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  5. I am sure paneer will taste awesome with this rub!..can't wait to see you make it..good one to end the series..

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  6. Such a quick & flavorful recipe, will give a try ..

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  7. A great rub for different ingredients. good one

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  8. Easy breezy sauce, very different from the usual sauce.

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  9. Interesting. I am trying to imagine the taste of mint in vinegar.

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  10. So refreshing and tongue tickling sauce

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  11. Very interesting mint sauce Priya. Love how vibrant and refreshing it looks.

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  12. It quite interesting and wouldn't have guessed that it was from U.K if you have not mentioned it.

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  13. Yum sauce like you said it will taste great on veggies.

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