Recipe by Cathy
"Accompanies many Eastern Indian dishes. Adjust the cayenne to taste."
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fresh mint, chopped
cayenne pepper, or to taste
Delicious if you leave out the salt and sugar!
I made the dip but everyone felt it was too salty. Made a second batch with no salt, no sugar and just the yogurt, mint and a squeeze of lime juice and it was perfect for our tastes !
WAY TOO MUCH SALT. TERRIBLE! I would say - do not add salt or sugar, and add some lemon or lime juice.
The salt completely ruined the taste.
Tasty, but too much salt. will cut the amount in half next time. this went very well with Indian Carrots, Peas and Potatoes.
this recipe is bad, bad, bad! Too much salt...I put in less than it said and still too salty, added more sugar and mint...still too salty...had to throw it out!
Ugh!!! I wish I had read the reviews first before making this. Yes, WAY TOO SALTY!!!. As directed, it is inedible. I would like to make it without the salt, but I already used all my yogurt! Damn internet recipes. Oh well. I give it 2 stars because it clearly has potential.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Yogurt Mint Sauce
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 9
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