Seven Ways to Infuse Mint in Your Dinner Party

Summers demand a refreshing palette and what has a more cooling affect than mint? Mint offers itself as a perfect ingredient for a full course menu, here is a list of seven ways how you can add mint at your dinner table.

There is no dearth of options for using mint in food—use it as a vinaigrette in salad, or in dressings and sauces for a nice kick to your savoury dishes. Appetisers using cucumber go very well with mint, as do dishes with pomegranate, adding a Middle Eastern flavour. When it comes to beverages, you really are spoilt for choice. Mint is a great addition to summer coolers and infuses a great, refreshing hit to cocktails. Use it liberally in sangrias and juleps, and even in sweet, iced teas.

1. Mint Pomegranate Raw Cake by Vie De La Vegan

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2. Mojitos by Genius Kitchen

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3. Mint macarons by Annabella Patisserie

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4. Mint cocktail by Angry Orchard

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5. Steak by Platings + Pairings

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6. Wedding cake by Kelly Lou Cakes

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Photography by Leek Meek Photography.

 

7. Mint soup by Secret Flavours

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Photography by Easy Weddings.

 

 Assisted by Manveen Guliani.

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