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Limoncello Cocktail with Mint

Cocktail Herbs Mint

Limoncello Cocktail with Mint

A lovely customer shared her cocktail recipe using the super fresh Mint from Bountiful! Enjoy :)  Serves 2 Ingredients San Pellegrino Chinotto - 1 can (well chilled) Lemon liquor (Limoncello) - 40 ml Vodka - 40 ml 4 sprigs of fresh mint Directions1. Wash and pluck mint leaves from stalk.2. Gently rub mint leaves with hands to release flavours.3. For alcohol base --In a cocktail shaker, add mint leaves, vodka and limoncello with a few cubes of ice and shake vigorously till the alcohol base is infused with mint flavour.4. Strain away mint leaves and divide alcohol base equally into...

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Basic Vinaigrette Recipe

Kale Lettuce Mesclun Mix Salad

Basic Vinaigrette Recipe

You could choose from the hundreds of salad dressing bottles available at any grocery store—or, you could remember a bit of salad-dressing arithmetic and know how to make vinaigrette anytime, anywhere, and with common ingredients in your pantry. Bonus: It'll taste better, and you'll probably spend less money in the long run. Here's a well-tasted recipe from Cookie and Kate that's easy to make and taste great! You can double or triple the amount of ingredients to make a big batch and use it over the course of the week (or two!) INGREDIENTS Recipe yields ¾ cup dressing, enough for about...

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Komatsuna Sesame Salad

Komatsuna Salad

Komatsuna Sesame Salad

A lovely salad recipe from our customer N!  Ingredients: 200g Komatsuna 1 tablespoon of Japanese sesame dressing  1 tablespoon of sesame oil  1 teaspoon soya sauce 1 teaspoon Japanese liquid dashi stock (if using powdered dashi stock, simply dissolve half a packet in hot water and use 1 teaspoon) **If dashi stock is not available, simply increase soya sauce to about 1.5 teaspoon or 2 teaspoons, depending on taste) Ground black pepper to taste Directions: 1. Blanch komatsuna in boiling water for about 1 to 2 minutes. 2. Remove immediately when it wilts and plunge into ice water. 3. Remove...

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Swiss Chard with Toasted Nuts and Parmesan Cheese

Chard

Swiss Chard with Toasted Nuts and Parmesan Cheese

While not a common vegetables found in Singapore, Swiss Chard is a versatile veggie that's great for salad, as well as cooked! (It's great for juice too.)  Try this simple and tasty sautéed chard recipe, adapted from Food 52. It makes a great side dish.  Ingredients 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 small red onion 3 cloves of garlic, minced 1/2 cup chicken/vegetable stock 1 bunch rainbow swiss chard, stems & center ribs cut out and reserved. Roughly chop swiss chard leaves 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice (or to taste) 1/4 cup freshly grated parmesan cheese 3 tablespoons toasted nuts Directions Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat Stir in the onion...

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Crispy Gem and Dill Salad

Herbs Lettuce Salad

Crispy Gem and Dill Salad

This is a simple salad that can be whipped up in seconds. The fresh dill sprigs add a depth of flavour and dimension to an otherwise simple side salad. Crispy gem lettuce is used in the this salad, but you could try with other crunchy lettuces like the crystal lettuce too.  Ingredients 2 crispy gem lettuce heads, leaves separated 10g fresh dill sprigs 1/2 small red onion, thinly sliced into rounds 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 1 tbsp lemon juice/ balsamic vinegar/ honey balsamic vinegar Putting the salad together  Roughly shred lettuce into 2cm-thick strips. Place in a large serving bowl with dill. Toss to combine. Top salad with sliced onion....

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