Caper Mint Sauce

I made this caper mint sauce to serve with a leg of lamb that was slow roasted. You want the lamb to shine and the sauce to merely enhance the flavours.

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Caper Mint Sauce

This sauce is the perfect match for any lamb dish
Recipe Category: Sauces
All Rights Reserved: Adapted from My Street Food Kitchen page 94

Ingredients

  • 15 g capers
  • 5 g flat leaf parsley
  • 3 g mint leaves
  • 1 anchovy fillet
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 80 mls olive oil
  • 15 mls prosecco vinegar
  • salt and freshly ground black pepper to season

Method

  • Place the capers, parsley, mint, anchovy and garlic into a blender and blitz until fine
  • Tip out into a bowl and add the oil and vinegar
  • Mix to combine, season to taste and set aside for at least 2hours for the flavours to develop
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7 thoughts on “Caper Mint Sauce

  1. A good sauce really enhances a dish. This sauce looks delicious. I’ve also worked to buy what I wanted since I was 14= however, I never really started a business.

  2. Leg of lamb with that type of mint sauce is a real British classic, and makes me think of the times I have been there. I usually use the Julia Child recipe, which is in the French tradition.

    best… mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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