Mint Sauce

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Fabulous with Lamb – and even better when the mint is from your own garden!

 

Ingredients:

3 tablespoons of chopped mint

2 tablespoon of vinegar – I suggest using a milder vinegar- eg. cider, white wine, etc.

2 tablespoon of water Рoptional  (This just dilutes the vinegar so the lamb flavor is not lost but I do not do this, I use a vinegar I love and just go for it.)

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