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May 16, 2011

Homemade Dried Mint Powder


~ Dry Mint Powder ~

1. Pluck the mint leaves from the bunches and wash well.

2. Drain the all excess water and place them on a plate or plastic sheet.
3. Dry the mint leaves under the hot sunshine until it becomes crisp and moisture free.

~ Sun Dried Mint Leaves ~

4. 5 to 6 hours of hot sunlight is enough for drying them.
5. Crush the dried mint leaves into a powder and store in a airtight jar.

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23 comments:

  1. Simply fantastic, flavourful powder..

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  2. This is indeed a very useful spice..gud to know how it can be made..

    Sunanda's Kitchen

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  3. Very handy and flavorful powder..

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  4. Mint powder is such a lovely idea..looks very flavourful

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  5. I love this dried mint leaves, they are amazing in biryani, and raitas...Very nice clicks!!

    http://vegetarianmedley.blogspot.com/

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  6. I too make my dried mint powder this way..makes the dishes more flavourful.

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  7. I like the mint flavour..nice to know how to make the dry powder..looks great dear!!

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  8. very helpful post....thanks...:)

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  9. Absolutely delicious, I am going to try this as I have a mint garden at home and sometimes it goes little out of hand.

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  10. wow..wat a wonderful idea..i end up throwing nearly half a bunch a week as it spoils fast...sounds like a gud way to use it fully..

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  11. I am going to try this one.

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  12. Very flavourful and makes the meal easier too..

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  13. Neat way to preserve the mint leaves .. looks good.

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  14. This is very useful! Will try this out!

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  15. Hey hari,
    Love ur posts they are interesting and helpful! keep them coming!

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  16. very useful post and this is so handy when we run out of fresh mint leaves.

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  17. Very useful post.Incidentally, I have a fresh bunch of mint and hope to try it out.

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  18. Wonderful, useful and flavourful recipe. Thanks a lot.

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  19. Very useful one... Couls imagine the flavor of it... Cool and refreshing... YUM!

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