Whether you're looking for a traditional mint sauce, or a fresh mint sauce ready in minutes, we have loads of recipes to try.
A brilliantly easy mint sauce to serve with poppadoms or your favourite Indian snack. A must for curry night!
Mint has a sweetness of its own, but a little sugar would be okay if you prefer extra sweetness - no more than 1/2 teaspoon. Cider or malt vinegar can be used for the vinegar. A traditional pairing with lamb.
A gorgeously spiced rack of lamb is seared and then finished in the oven, served with a quick and easy coriander mint sauce.
This is a thin sauce made by mixing freshly chopped mint, sugar and vinegar. After the flavours have melded - try it before serving and add more sugar if it tastes too sharp. Perfect with roast lamb! It tastes so much more flavourful than sweet mint jelly.
A fresh dessert sauce that screams summer. It's made with fresh strawberries, honey, fresh mint and lemon juice. Delicious drizzled over vanilla ice cream, sponge cake or chocolate cake.
The citrus marinade helps to keep the pork deliciously moist. The fresh fig and mint sauce is unique and delicious, and is especially welcome in summer for its fresh flavour.
Perfect for lamb! Fresh tomatoes and mint are mixed with extra virgin olive oil and white wine vinegar in this refreshing sauce.
This is by far my favourite condiment. Although mint sauce is traditionally used on lamb, it gets use on all my roast vegetables and the occasional roast chicken.
Whether it's spring or not, treat yourself to lamb! A small leg serves 6 and is surprisingly low in fat. The crowning jewel of a fresh mint sauce simmers up in seconds, yet tastes as if it took much more time.
These Indian pakoras made with aubergine are a little bit spicy and very flavourful. The sauce that goes with them is very light and refreshing and sets off the heat of the pakoras. A great addition to your next curry night.