A great, non-alcoholic refreshing summer drink.
Even Lima Bean haters will eat this up if you don’t tell them in advance that it uses Lima Beans.
This just takes 5 minutes to make! Note, this is a pouring sauce, not a thick jelly.
Mint Vinegar is vinegar flavoured with mint. Good for salads, particularly fruit salads, in gravy for lamb, and to brush on lamb while it’s cooking. Cooking Tips Per 2 cups (16 oz / 500 ml) of vinegar, use 1 to 2 handfuls of fresh mint, crushed lightly a few times to start releasing its essential…
Goes well with ham. In America, this is more likely to be referred to as pease porridge.
A gusty dressing that can hold its own.
A fantastic, refreshing salad that you can treat as a relish on the side of the plate; it really livens up a meal with its bright flavours. The mint gives a nice balance to the taste.