Attributed to Delicious Dish for diabetics by Robin Ellis, Published by Skyhorse Publishing Inc. New York. You can view its website atwww.skyhorsepublishing.com.
This to my mind is so much nicer than traditional mint sauce. The apple and onion put a real spring in its step - helped on by the cider vinegar. Goes wonderful with roast lamp or lamp chops.
Leave from a bunch of mint
1 apple - peeled, cored and roughly chopped
1 small onion - quartered
Good splash of cider vinegar
1. Process the mint, apple and onion in a blender - not too finely: it should have texture.
2. Add some salt and a good splash of vinegar. Taste to see if it needs a little more of anything - it may take a couple of goes to get the balance right. Then leave to marinade in the fridge.
3. Bring it back to room temperature before serving.
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