How to make Mint Yogurt Sauce(2-Steps Recipe)

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This simple fresh mint yogurt sauce is easy to whip up and is delicious served in a number of ways.

This sauce is fantastic for babies (6 months plus) and is great for adding healthy fats and protein to a snack.

  • EASY: A little bit of chopping, squeezing and mixing. Done.
  • FLAVOUR: Fresh and delicious.
  • NUTRITION: Yogurt is a great source of protein and fat. It is a good source of calcium for bone development and contains vitamin A, B-vitamins, zinc and potassium
  • Fresh mint and cool yogurt complement rich, full-flavored lamb.
  • Garlic, cumin, and lemon juice balance the sauce’s flavors.

For Storage;Cover and refrigerate for up to 3 days.


  • YOGURT:Use full-fat natural yogurt, greek yogurt will work too.
  • MINT: Use fresh, substituting with dried will not produce the same results.
  • LEMON JUICE: Fresh lemon juice adds a little zing, you could substitute with lime.
  • GARLIC: Optional.

There really isn’t much to this yogurt mint sauce recipe. Finely chop mint leaves. Add the mint to a mixing bowl along with yogurt, chopped garlic and lemon juice. Taste and season accordingly.


This mint yogurt sauce is a great dip and works well with so these ingredients:

This yogurt mint sauce is impressively simple. Thud some plain Greek yogurt into your bowl, toss in the other fixings, mix to consolidate, and allow it to sit out at room temp for around 30 minutes. From that point onward, you’re great to cover it and refrigerate it.

The yogurt took care of its business of giving a coolness to a hot dish eaten on a burning day, while the mint slice through a portion of the greatness of the sheep . The freshness of mint was improved by the lemon, which caused the dish to appear to be by and large more occasionally proper. I ate one cleave without sauce to get my exposed sheep fill, however when I dunked my subsequent hack in this sauce, I could never have one more bite without it.

What You Need:

This is what the fixings list resembles:
Non-fat Greek yogurt
New mint leaves
Newly crushed lemon juice
Lemon zing
Ground cumin
Fit salt
Broken dark pepper
Mix all of that great stuff into a bowl and… you’re finished!

Finely chop mint leaves, discarding the stalks. Add the mint to a mixing bowl along with yogurt, chopped garlic and lemon juice. Taste and season accordingly.


Do not add the Yogurt to the blender along with the remaining ingredients. Your Dip will turn out really thin and watery.

First blend the fresh herbs along with green chilli, salt, sugar, and garlic ( if using any ) and add it to yogurt.

If you do not have a blender at hand, use store bought mint sauce. Swirl the sauce into the yogurt along with 1/2 garam masala powder , 1/4 tsp chilli powder, lemon juice, salt & sugar. Whisk together and serve.

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Difficulty: Beginner Prep Time 10 min Cook Time 10 min Total Time 20 mins Servings: 4 Calories: 40 Best Season: Suitable throughout the year



  1. Finely chop the mint leaves, and add to a mixing bowl.
  2. Add the yogurt, garlic and juice of half a lemon to the bowl. Mix until combined.
  3. Season and adjust to taste.
Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Serving
Calories 40
% Daily Value *
Cholesterol 8mg3%
Sodium 29mg2%
Potassium 108mg4%
Total Carbohydrate 3g1%
Dietary Fiber 1g4%
Sugars 3g
Protein 2g4%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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