Mint cake

For the top, rub the yolks with sugar until a whitish cream results, add water, mix vigorously to melt the sugar well, add the beaten egg whites with a pinch of salt, then mix the flour with a spatula in vertical movements; bake and simmer for 30 minutes

For the cream, melt the chopped chocolate in a bain-marie, add the liqueur and after it has cooled, mix with half the whipped cream, mint powder and let it cool (be careful not to harden too much)

For the syrup, mix the sugar and water in a bowl on the fire until it melts and after it has cooled, pour 1-2 teaspoons of essence.

After the countertop has cooled, we cut it into two sheets, we syrup them, we put the cream between them, taking care to set aside 3 tablespoons for garnish

we coat the cake with the remaining whipped cream, we also set aside 3 tablespoons which we mix with dye and use to garnish

After we have covered the cake, with the posh we make motions interspersed with chocolate and mint and on the edges we put tablets with mint cream in MIDNIGHT MINTS chocolate (commercially available)

Let the cake cool for 1-2 hours, after which it can be served.

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    Useful recipes for syrup, oil and mint tea. Try them and take advantage of the beneficial properties of the plant

    Mint is a very old medicine. It was discovered in the tombs of the Egyptian pharaohs and during an archeological study at Karnak.

    Mint is a perennial plant that grows to a height of 90 cm. It has a woody rhizome with underground and above-ground protrusions with buds. The stems are square, branched at the top.

    Mint can even grow in a pot.

    Mint is a strongly aromatic plant. It contains menthol (almost 50%), terpenes, pine nuts, limonene, cineole and others.

    Mint has an anti-inflammatory and astringent effect. Soothes and relieves cramps, prevents bloating and supports digestive processes. It has a disinfectant, antidiarrheal and antirheumatic effect.

    In cosmetics, peppermint oils are used in massage creams, face masks, toothpastes, mouthwashes, etc.

    Mint tea

    To prepare a tasty tea we need a tablespoon of dried nettle. Pour over the nettle half a liter of boiling water and let it infuse for 5-10 minutes.

    We strain the tea and drink it during the day. Mint tea should not be drunk every day. It is also not recommended for young children and infants. Pregnant and lactating women should not consume mint in the long run.

    Peppermint oil

    Peppermint oil is prepared from young mint, which has not yet begun to bloom. Finely chop about 50 grams of mint, put in a jar and pour 250 ml of quality oil. Close the jar and set aside for 14 days.

    After 14 days, fill the small vials with oil, close them tightly and store them in a cool place.

    We use peppermint oil for rashes, eczema, bruises. In case of migraines and headaches, rub the forehead with peppermint oil.

    Mint syrup

    To prepare a mint syrup we need:

    • 500 ml of water
    • 350 gr sugar
    • 3 handfuls of fresh mint
    • 1 teaspoon lemon juice

    Method of preparation:

    Cook the mint for about 5 minutes, then let it infuse for 2 hours. Put mint in a piece of gauze and strain it. Add sugar and lemon juice. We put the pot on the fire. Stir until all the sugar has dissolved.

    Wait for it to boil then pour the syrup into a clean bottle. From the given ingredients we will obtain approximately 500 ml of syrup.

    Recipes from readers: Plum cake with mint - Dana Szocs

    Preparation: I put the biscuits in the robot and I crushed them, I added peanut butter and butter over them, I mixed well, then I put the composition thus obtained in the shape of a cake, I spread it well, so that a somewhat uniform top came out. , then I put the countertop in the fridge to cool.

    I cut the plums in half and put them in a saucepan with the sugar, mint leaves, vanilla essence and cinnamon and let them boil until they softened. Before extinguishing the fire, I added the gelatin soaked in cold water according to the instructions on the package, mixed well and set the plums aside to cool for 5 minutes.

    After the plums had cooled, I introduced the blender and chopped them until it formed like a paste, then I added the yogurt, I mixed a little more and that's it, that's all. We decorated the cake with slices of plums, blueberries and raspberries, but you can do as you like and with what you have at hand. Great appetite!

    Mint cake

    Prepare a cake form with a diameter of 17 cm. Remove the dates from the dates, if necessary, and grind until they turn into a sticky paste. Put the walnut in the food processor and grind for 3-4 seconds. Mix the walnuts, carob and dates until a homogeneous paste is obtained. This composition is evenly distributed in the form of a cake, pressed well with your fingers and left to cool.

    250 g hydrated cashews 3-4 hours
    75 g cocoa butter
    ½ teaspoon of spirulina powder
    2 drops of peppermint essential oil
    1-2 tablespoons of honey
    1 tablespoon cocoa

    Method of preparation:

    The cocoa butter is melted in a bain-marie (its water has a maximum temperature of 40C). If you don't have cocoa butter you can use coconut oil. The cashew is mixed until it becomes a fine cream. Put the 1-2 tablespoons of honey and cocoa butter turned into oil. We mix for another round. The cashew cream is divided into two equal parts. In a bowl, in 5 ml of water, put 2 drops of peppermint essential oil. In one of the cashew creams add the spirulina powder, peppermint essential oil and mix for a few seconds. In the other bowl add 1-2 tablespoons of cocoa and mix for a few seconds. Remove the tray with the top from the freezer and pour the green composition, then the one with cocoa. Keep in the freezer until the next day, when the cake will be removed from the mold.

    1 tablespoon cocoa
    1 tablespoon honey

    Method of preparation:

    Mix cocoa with a little water and honey. Put the topping over the very well frozen cake and you can decorate it with coconut flakes, nuts, dried fruits, according to your own imagination.

    Tasty mint recipes

    Pumpkin soup and mint

    this vibrant, summer soup is packed with zucchini, fresh mint and lemon peel. Best served with a piece of fresh cream on top.

    Lamb with soft salad and mint sauce

    make the most of the remaining lamb by serving it with a fresh mint dressing in a zingy summer salad.

    Mint and broad bean panzanella with burrata

    Our mint recipe with broad bean panzanella and burrata makes a great summer BBQ with salad, packed with lots of delicious flavors of anchovies and capers, along with fresh cream cheese and large berries. Serve it as a starter as part of a summer party.

    Chicken legs with peppers with mint, cherry tomatoes and zucchini ribbons

    Check out these seriously crispy chicken thighs with cold mint, zucchini ribbons and juicy cherry tomatoes., This super light meal is high in protein, low in calories and ready in less than an hour.

    Mint and watermelon salad

    try our gluten-free Vietnamese-style salad, watermelon and rice noodles. This refreshing recipe is an excellent summer barbecue dish and is ready in less than 30 minutes. Moreover, it has a low calorie content. Our vibrant salad combines fresh seasonal mint, pomegranate molasses, fat-free yogurt and lettuce leaves. Finish with some homemade dressing and enjoy! Try more summer salad ideas here.,

    Pea and mint soup

    Mint is an excellent source of vitamin A. Our low-calorie mint soup, cider and green peas, topped with crispy bacon croutons, is delicious for lunch or as a light dinner in the middle of the week. See more of our soup ideas here.

    Zucchini marinated in mint and lemon

    these fresh, grilled zesty pumpkins are an excellent summer dish that you can have with your mid-week meal.

    Pizza with mint, hot peppers and pumpkin

    Try our quick and easy pizza recipe this summer., made with readymade toppings topped with fresh mint, mozzarella and pumpkin ribbons for a tasty mid-week meal.

    Linguine with mint and pea pesto

    Our kind of fresh flavored pasta is very quick and easy-perfect to throw together for family after work. The use of mint adds an explosion of freshness, while pine nuts create an extra texture, perfect for the summer season. More vegetarian pasta ideas to try here.,

    Mint and spring ricotta tart

    a light vegetarian tart, full of fresh seasonal flavors. Cold mint, asparagus, peas, spring onions and pea shoots make this perfect for summer nights. A pastry block makes this come together quickly if you rush home from work.

    Taste of mint and peas with tikka paneer

    Check out our seasonal vegetarian recipe using fresh mint, peas and Indian paneer cheese - perfect for a grilled veggie treatment., For perfectly cooked paneer, make sure you have a crispy, charred outside with a soft and juicy center.

    Mini spreads of mint and peas with smoked salmon

    Our moreish mini canapés are an excellent, seasonal canapé with fresh mint, peas and salmon. You can assemble these about 30 minutes in advance and leave them at room temperature to impress the guests.

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