Dried mint leaves add a distinctive flavor to foods and have been used for centuries in cooking. The possibilities are endless. Dried mint is a staple in many complex South Asian dishes, imparting a sweet flavor with a cool, refreshing aftertaste. It’s used in chutney and pesto, too. Try adding dried mint leaves to curries, casseroles and stews or using them as a rub for racks of lamb. If you aren’t an active or experienced cook, you can enjoy dried mint leaves sprinkled over soups, salads, cooked vegetables, fresh fruit or yogurt.
When times get tough, nothing soothes like mint tea. Nothing could be easier: For two cups of tea, place 2 teaspoons of dried mint leaf into a metal tea ball and steep in 2 cups of boiling water for 10 minutes. Historically, peppermint and spearmint teas were believed to cure any of a number of ailments and used medicinally, but they also make for delightful, calming sipping.
While some find peppermint leaves too strong to make pleasant tea, dried spearmint leaves work well for mint tea, with their innate sweetness and bright flavor. Tea made from dried orange mint leaves has the same rich flavor of Earl Grey tea without the caffeine. For hot or cold tea with zest, use dried ginger mint (Mentha x gentilis ‘Variegata’).
We provide high quality dried mint from farms. all drying process has been done with cleaned and automatic machines.
Packaging: 500 gr , 1000 gr , 5 k , 10 k
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