PTI Mint powder for home use is the best for taste and fragrance. 100% pure and natural, refreshing mint powder has a fresh aroma and taste with rich green color. Because of its cooling properties, it is use in making Jaljira, curd/lassi, panipuri-golgappa, stuffed paratha, rasam sambar, kulcha, sandwiches spreads, biryani, and all type of beverages.
The mint powder is preparing from dried mint leaves. The mint leaf, fresh or dried, is the culinary source of mint. PTI Mint Powder is an all-purpose herb good to taste and great for health. The dried mint powder is usually preferring as fresh mint has a short shelf life and is perishable. So Mint powder is easy to store and can be add to any recipe of choice throughout the tear. It is use in few dishes like mint-coriander chutney, rasam, sambar, meat, fish, poultry items, and biryanis. Mint tea with mint powder is also popular. It is also use in teas, beverages, jellies, syrups, candies, and ice creams. The aroma, flavor, and medicinal properties of mint are use in many spheres of life.
Mint leaves work well as a mild astringent agent that helps to tone your skin naturally. It is potent to clear off the dead cells, removes the dirt from the pores, and revamps your skin to a smoother, supple, and well-hydrated tone. In addition, it also retains the moisture in your skin by tightening the pores.
How to store:
The dried mint powder should be store in an airtight container placed in a cool, dark, dry place.
Mint powder is considering as an aid to the digestive system. It is an appetite stimulant and aids in the secretion of gastric juices. Mint is originally using as a medicinal herb because to treat stomach aches and chest pains, and it is commonly use in the form of tea as a home remedy to help alleviate stomach pain. During the middle ages, dried and powdered mint leaves are using to whiten teeth. Mint tea is a strong diuretic. Mint also aids digestion, in a way that it breaks down the fats. In recent years, it has been often recommending for treating obesity.