Mint Sauce Recipe
This mint sauce recipe is an effective way of preserving mint for use during the winter.
It can grow like a weed during the summer but dies down completely over the winter.
It's a must have with roast lamb - along with mint jelly of course.
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You will need a good handful of mint for this recipe.
Give it a rinse with clean water and dry it.
Pick the leaves off the stalk.
It is better to have young leaves for this recipe, but it won't affect the finished sauce if you leave it a bit later in the season.
This recipe is designed to keep the mint preserved in vinegar ready to make into a sauce to serve with your food.
Finely chop the mint leaves.
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