It's official. Mint is my herb of choice. Not necessarily due to flavour, more because I have literally tons of it as it persists on popping up all over my garden unbidden. I have to say, I don't mind and I do use it a lot. You may or may not have noticed. At the moment my herb garden has self sown flat leaf parsley, sweet basil and a Thai basil that I cannot get rid of, even if I tried. Alas my Vietnamese mint died, but we will try again next summer. It has been spectacular.
So yes, drink it we will. Eat it we will. Check out some of my other minty recipes below. But not before sipping on your own mojito, made very simply without a sugar syrup to mess around with first. We love those recipes don't we?
Warm Lamb Salad With Minted Dressing
Minted Red Rice & Chick Pea Salad
Fruity Chicken Salad with Minted Orange Dressing
Minted Chocolate Bars with Strawberry Crisp Pearls
We invite you to come join our FREE TRIAL on the Insider Club to have extra Thermomixery each and every month! #recipesthatwork #youcandoit
Are you on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest? Never miss another thing in the test kitchen when you follow us.
Please join our mailing list HERE to have recipe updates delivered to your inbox weekly and don't forget we are on YouTube.
Our newest (FREE to Insiders) course Shelf Control sort out your pantry and fridge and is ready for your shelfies now! We have an amazing Lazy Sourdough Bakery course available to do at your own pace online. Our delicious course, The Whole Scoop Ice Cream course is churning now!
- 150 Grams white caster sugar (this will help with the pretty colour)
- 2 Handfuls fresh mint plus more for garnish
- 6-8 lime cut into quarters, including the skin
- 2-3 Litres soda water or as needed
- plenty of ice cubes as needed
- white rum to taste
Place sugar and mint into Thermomix bowl and blend 10 sec/speed 10.
Add limes and about 500g water as well as some ice. Chop 3 sec/speed 6. Mix 10 sec/Reverse/speed 2.
Strain this mixture into serving jug with ice and more soda water. Stir through the white rum to taste and serve.
You can remix the residual sugar and lime mix by adding another 500g water and repeating the whole process. It will not be as strong, but will yield at least another round!
Serve over ice and dilute to taste with any additional club soda and rum as you wish! Garnish with fresh mint leaves.
That's all the recipes!
No more recipes to load