herbs and spices

herbs and spices

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  • Aniseed Myrtle

    $20.00
    To me this native herb is full of surprises. I love opening the bag when I need to pack it for an order and that wonderful licorice smell fills the room. It brings back so many childhood memories of eating licorice and those yummy Choo Choo bars that lasted for ever. Aniseed myrtle always adds a special and unique flavour to any dish. Try it with prawns instead of the traditional pernod, it doesn’t have to overwhelm, the flavour of this herb, strong though it is, can be added “gently” , be subtle with it’s use, it won’t disappoint.
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  • Aniseed Myrtle

    $12.50
    To me this native herb is full of surprises. I love opening the bag when I need to pack it for an order and that wonderful licorice smell fills the room. It brings back so many childhood memories of eating licorice and those yummy Choo Choo bars that lasted for ever. Aniseed myrtle always adds a special and unique flavour to any dish. Try it with prawns instead of the traditional pernod, it doesn’t have to overwhelm, the flavour of this herb, strong though it is, can be added “gently” , be subtle with it’s use, it won’t disappoint.
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  • Australian Red Curry

    $12.50
    OutbackChef Australian Red curry has been inspired by the wonderful strong spicy curries from India with Australian bushfood herbs,  bush tomato and native pepper, an exotic taste experience, I'd love you to try my RED CURRY CAULIFLOWER SOUP, it's a winner at any dinner party...recipe inside pack. click on image for recipe ideas.
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  • Australian Yellow Curry

    $12.50
    Makes a great fish or chicken curry, bushfood botanicals are anise myrtle, lemon myrtle and mountain pepper.
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  • Bush BBQ Lemon Pepper...

    $12.50
    Lemon Myrtle and Tasmanian Mountain Pepperberries are a great combination and this rub is fantastic on fish or chicken. Try the LEMON PEPPER BUSHFOOD DUKKHA recipe inside pack.
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  • Bush Tomato

    $12.99
    The term bush tomato refers to the fruit or entire plants of certain nightshade (Solanum) speciesnative to the more arid parts of Australia. While they are quite closely related to tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum), they might be even closer relatives of the eggplant (S. melongena), which they resemble in many details. There are 94 (mostly perennial) natives and 31 (mostly annual) introduced species in Australia.
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  • Bush Tomato Rub

    $12.50
    It is an Australian native gourmet treat and the perfect way to introduce your family and friends to bushfood. Use as a dry rub on red meat. Try it on a leg of lamb before roasting, rub generously and leave to marinate for a couple of hours before roasting. Otherwise, mix with a little oil, chopped onion and garlic and use as marinade. Inside pack there is a great recipe for a Bush Tomato dukkha that is not only easy to make, but tastes wonderful.
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  • Lemon Myrtle

    $12.50

    This is a combination of flavours, lemon, lime, lemon grass. This bush tucker herb has it all! A handy one to have in your panty and sprinkle on any dish to add a “lemon” zing.

    Lemon Myrtle is found in the Australian rainforest, the aroma of this herb conjures up images of lush green forests and cool mountain glades. With a hint of citrus Lemon Myrtle complements many meals. It is the true essence of Australia.

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  • Mountain Pepper 30 gram

    $12.50

    The Tasmanian Mountain Pepper tree (Tasmannia lanceolata) is an endemic shrub/tree to Tasmania, Australia.

    It can be found growing anywhere from sea level to alpine regions. As such, it tolerates frosts and requires moist soil. It also grows in full or partial sun.

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