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Minty Pea Soup

Author: Melissa Hamilton

Roast Rack of Lamb with Mint Sauce

The lamb that we buy today hardly requires a typical English mint sauce (the puckery flavor was originally designed to cut through the stronger taste of mutton), but the combination is by now a traditional...

English Peas with Mint

Be sure to use fresh English peas, as they have a sweet, delicate flavor well worth the time-consuming effort of shelling them. If you're cooking with children, you can entrust them with the job. Their...

Author: Russell Moore

Squash Blossoms Stuffed With Ricotta

Talk about flower power. As every gardener knows, late summer brings a bumper crop of zucchini and, better yet, of zucchini blossoms-known in Italy as fiori di zucca. Here, the tender yellow-orange blooms...

Author: Andrea Albin

Marinated Summer Squash with Hazelnuts and Ricotta

Toss raw halved squash with salt and let it sit for at least ten minutes (and up to 30) to draw out some liquid, and then pat dry with paper towels. This also seasons it from the inside out, concentrating...

Author: Molly Baz

Warm Chicken Salad with Asparagus and Creamy Dill Dressing

To quickly revive dry, cold rotisserie chicken, place slices of it in a steamer basket along with spring vegetables for a seasonal warm salad-it's a whole new take on a one-pot dinner.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Cucumber Mint Raita

Raita (a cold yogurt condiment) is often served with Indian food to cut the heat of the spicy dishes.

Braised Leeks, Peas, and Lettuce

When you warm lettuce in butter and wine it gets velvety and rich-a perfect foil to the toothsome, sweet peas. Serve spooned over slices of quiche for brunch.

Author: Tara O'Brady

Persian Chicken with Turmeric and Lime

A crisp cucumber and fresh herb salad makes a light yet vibrant companion to this golden dish. A squeeze of fresh lime juice and a dollop of yogurt added at the finish lends a lovely citrus tang and a...

Author: Mindy Fox

Moroccan Mint Tea

You can barely take a step in the markets of Marrakech without tripping over fresh mint, or at least without being offered a glass of hot, sweet mint tea. Be sure to lift the teapot high above the cup...

Middle Eastern Limonana

This Middle Wastern limonana recipe is a bright-green combination of lemon and mint inspired by the drinks found on tables throughout the Middle East.

Author: April White

Grilled Chicken Breasts in Spiced Yogurt

An easy Grilled Chicken Breasts recipe

Fresh Mint and Ginger Lemonade

An easy Fresh Mint and Ginger Lemonade ercipe. This distinctive fat-free drink is a great change of pace from coffee or tea.

Cucumber Raita

An easy Cucumber Raita recipe

Author: Linda Bladholm

Yogurt Braised Chicken Legs With Garlic and Ginger

Chicken legs are seared until golden-brown and then slowly braised in yogurt spiked with garlic, ginger, and lots of spices until falling-off-the-bone tender. Serve with naan or another flatbread for dipping...

Author: Claire Saffitz

Jalapeño Mint Jelly

Author: Eleanor Topp

Chicken Salad with Apricots, Celery, and Blue Cheese

This summer-season chicken salad is a dance between sweet, creamy, and acidic flavors and tender, crunchy, and juicy ingredients. Make it in early summer when apricots are peaking and choose a fairly nonassertive...

Author: Anna Stockwell

Lamb Kebabs with Mint Pesto

Author: Romney Steele

Shaved Fennel Salad

This is an antidote to every side salad that ever was. Instead of meh greens, it's got shavings of fennel that bend and twist but keep their refreshing crunch. It's got a lean dressing and nuggets of deeply...

Author: Andy Baraghani

Blender Chermoula Sauce

Made with fresh herbs, garlic, lemon, and warm spices, this Moroccan chermoula sauce makes a great marinade and finishing sauce for grilled steak and seafood.

Beet, Mint, and Goat Cheese Salad

Author: Michael Lomonaco

Shawarma Spiced Tofu Pita Wraps

Squeezing the tofu to get rid of as much water as possible primes it to soak up oil, spices, and, in a word, flavor.

Author: Chris Morocco