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.
Warm, fresh, aromatic, sweet flavour with a cool aftertaste.
Chop or shred mint just before serving as the cut edges oxidise and turn black after a while.
Lamb, peas, pineapple, beetroot, feta cheese, fennel, couscous, quinoa, cucumber, yoghurt, fresh berries, apples, potatoes, watermelon, pomegranate, lime, chilli, seafood, dill and parsley.
Mint sauce, tabbouleh, fruit salad, mojitos, tea, chutney, potato and mint salad, minted peas or a Thai salad.
An excellent source of minerals like potassium, calcium, iron, manganese and magnesium.
A source of vitamins A, beta carotene, vitamin-C, E and K.