Minted Lemonade

by Tenina Holder

Got lemons? Make lemonadeā€¦.got mint? Add it as garnish and you have a refreshing spritzer that can go a long way to refresh all and sundry on a hot dayā€¦not that there are many of those around just yetā€¦but they are coming. Brace yourself Australiaā€¦there is a whiff of summer in the air in Perth today, and I have to say, I am excited! This recipe requires a little forethought, but is easy and a great way to get a vitamin C hit in what is essentially a fizzy drinkā€¦.Cin Cin!

I make this all the timeā€¦it is amazingā€¦you just have to remember to make it ahead of time enough so you have a little fizz, and donā€™t go too far over board with the fermentation and then think you are serving ā€˜lemonadeā€™ā€¦.you could be in trouble if drinking this then drivingā€¦just sayinā€™.

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  • 5 - 6 large lemons, peel and juice
  • 300 Gram sugar
  • 1 Handful mint leaves
  • 2 Litre water (use 2L mark in thermo bowl)
  • 1 Teaspoon yeast granules
  • Mint leaves and sliced strawberries to garnish



Place long strips of peel, sugar, mint and water into Thermomix bowl and cook 10 min/100Ā°C/speed 2. Allow to cool completely.


Add juice and yeast and mix 10 sec/speed 2. Strain into sterlised glass jars removing all peel and mint. Close jars and leave out of the fridge for around 2 days until bubbles start to appear.


Over lots of ice with additional mint leaves and sliced strawberries.

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