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This refreshing Makrut Lime Martini cocktail is delicious on its own or serve with Asian canapÃs or as a digestif following a South-Asian meal.
This refreshing Makrut Lime Martini cocktail is delicious on its own – or serve with Asian canapés or as a digestif following a South-Asian meal.
Place sugar, lime juice and Makrut lime leaves into a small saucepan over low heat, stirring until the sugar is dissolved.
Increase the heat to high, bring to boil and cook for two minutes, or liquid has reduced.
Allow to cool completely. Strain and set aside. Place lime syrup, gin, vermouth, soda and ice into a jug and stir to combine.
Once chilled, pour into four martini glasses leaving the ice cubes out.
Top with thinly sliced fresh lime and Makrut lime leaves.
The essential ingredient that’ll take your Thai inspired dishes from good to INCREDIBLE!
Makrut limes leaves will add an amazing depth to your dishes, and being picked from our trees on the morning of dispatch means they’ll be fresh, fresh, fresh!
Makrut lime leaves have an unmistakable flavour and fragrance, which is loosely described as a blend of lemon, lime, and mandarin. Once you start using them you won’t be able to stop!
You may find makrut lime leaves labelled or marketed as kaffir lime leaves, but the word “kaffir” has some negative connotations in ancient Africa, so we choose not to use it.
10 grams equals approximately 10-12 good sized Makrut lime leaves.CLICK HERE FOR MORE DELICIOUS LIME RECIPES