Example Mint Recipes
As my homegrown mint grows I will be adding example recipes below – to show how each one can be used. To be kept updated simply visit my Instagram page
How do I use mint jelly
How to make minted peas with mint sauce
Fresh after eight mint chicken
Fresh mint syrup mojito
Fresh after eight mint syrup
Rosemary Mint Tea
Lime And Mint Cordial
Fresh Mint Tea
Apple and Mint Sauce
How to freeze mint
Fresh Mint Sauce
How to grow Mint
There are many different varieties of mint and each has it’s own unique flavour.
- Apple Mint – Strong flavour great for tea or adding to salads
- Spearmint – Ideal for recipes like roast leg of lamb or pasta meals, etc
- Peppermint – With a stronger flavour it’s ideal for lamb recipes.
- Orange Mint – Ideal for salads and mexican recipes like Salsa
Herbs (like mint) are very easy to grow at home, and you will notice a real difference in the taste when using fresh herbs in cooking.
it is very easy to grow herbs indoors when you focus on 3 items:
- Nutrients – The right type & amount of nutrients (including water),
- Light – The right amount of light for your herb type
- Temperature – The best temperature.
Yes, growing herbs in little pots of soil will work.
However the downside is that this depends on lots of sunshine, as well as making sure you provide exactly the right amount of water. (not to much or to little).
By far and way the easiest way to grow herbs indoors is to use an automated hydroponic or aquaponic unit.
Hydroponic & aquaponic systems are very similar. After you have selected the best herbs to grow indoors, you simply grow them with the roots growing in water and not soil. This is the method used by most commercial growers (for example for herbs and other crops like tomatoes and peppers) as it tends to get the best results.
For details of the Mint used in the Mint recipes, as well as growing advice follow the links below