Holla-Fresh Mint has a strong, fresh flavour. It is high in potassium, and is very versatile.
It can be used in lamb dishes, for roast duck, Asian-style salads, and in herbal teas, just to name a few. Mint can be chopped and added to water to make ice cubes for interesting summer drinks.

How to store Mint:

Rinse the leaves, pat dry, and wrap in paper towels. Sealed in plastic, mint will keep for almost a week.

Mint Chutney

This is traditional chutney blended with a variety of chillies and spices. It can be accompanied with any type of bread - lightly toasted and buttered, and/or combined with a pate for extra flavours.


1 packed cup of mint leaves
2 fresh green chillies
2 tablespoons water
Pinch of salt
6 spring onions
2 teaspoons sugar
1 teaspoon garam masala
1/3 cup lemon juice
1 clove garlic

Process all ingredients together until a smooth paste forms.
Spoon into a small dish and refrigerate until required.