Menta spicata Huds.
with its fresh, sweet flavour and cool aftertaste is most commonly associated with a variety of confectionery products, but the herb is widely used both in sweet and savoury dishes. It is a typical ingredient in the Indian accompaniment Raita, in North African Couscous recipes and is often sprinkled on New Potatoes. In the Middle East, UK and USA it is associated with Lamb in the form of a marinade, sauce or jelly. For sweet dishes, it can be used to garnish fruit salads and ice cream, and in smoothies.
- Type of drying:
- Dry, ambient temperature, out of direct light, in original packaging
- min. durability:
- deliverer type:
- January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
- signs of quality:
- Kosher certificate Halal certificate IFS QCCP®
Nutrient Contents per 100g
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