Fresh Mint Sauce2013-11-27
- Cuisine: English, James', Vegetarian
- Skill Level: Uber Easy
- Servings : 4
- Prep Time : 30m
- Ready In : 60m
Mint is one of those herbs that grows so easily that there is just no point in buying it. A word of warning though, if you do buy a mint plant my advice is to put it in its own pot/container because if not, it will likely take over your garden!
I love mint sauce on pork pies & mushy peas, meat & potato pie and of course with most lamb dishes…And don’t forget, having your own plant means you’ve always got the Pimms covered!
- A Bunch of Mint
- 4 tbsp Salt
- 4 tbsp White Wine Vinegar
- 1 Level tbsp Caster Sugar
- A Pinch of Salt
Strip off the mint leaves, sprinkle with the salt then finely chop
Place in to your serving bowl and add the sugar & boiling water – stir and leave to cool
Once cooled stir in the vinegar
Add more vinegar, water or salt to adjust the seasoning to your taste
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posted by Charles Barrie on April 11, 2020
No mention of water in the list of ingredients,nor how much.
posted by James McConnell on August 11, 2020
Hi, sorry for the late response…just a splash and see what it looks like…test and trust your eyes and taste!