Peppermint leaves

Peppermint leaves

Peppermint leaves (English mint sheets, French feuilles de menthe, Italian fogli della menta, Spanish hojas de la menta) are mostly used fresh. The bushy plant grows all over Europe and makes no special demands on the soil or care. In oriental cuisine the leaves are used, which are either cut into fine strips and sprinkled over salads, or mixed into yoghurt sauces and dips. Peppermint leaves are also used for English mint sauce with lamb and game.

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Recipes with Peppermint leaves

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