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Fresh Mint and Rosemary Sauce

Mint Sauce For your favorite lamb dishes to serve at your next dinner party for St Patty's or whenever you want to serve it!

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  • In a food processor chop mint and rosemary leaves with sugar finely.
  • Put in a bowl.
  • Heat the vinegar and pour it over the mint.
  • Adding more sugar if you if you want it sweeter.
  • Serve hot or cold with roasted lamb or other meat.
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"Mint Sauce For your favorite lamb dishes to serve at your next dinner party for St Patty's or whenever you want to serve it!"
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  1. sarah.bond.42
    Perfect! Lamb shoulder slow roasted with veal stock, onions, garlic, celery and a little tomato paste. Shredded, cooled then added your wonderful mint and rosemary sauce, lots of..... Then wrapped in puff pastry to make pies. Topped with a little chopped rosemary and baked. Just perfect! No other word for it! Thankyou so much, my lamb mint and rosemary pies would not have been the same without your sauce.
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  2. tuckerbox
    Great recipe,I have made lots of mint sauce but this one is the best. Blending the sugar with the mint seems to retain that nice green colour and the rosmary works well in the flavour. I am going to try this one with a little bit of chilli added Cheers from AUS.
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  3. Kats Meow
    I needed something to top some lamb shanks I was making for dinner, and this couldn't have been more perfect! I was a little hesitant when the mint didn't absorb the way I thought it should but it was delicious!
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  4. Rita1652
    Mint Sauce For your favorite lamb dishes to serve at your next dinner party for St Patty's or whenever you want to serve it!
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