East meets Oz with OutbackChef bushfood curries. A unique flavour and bushtucker experience. Bushfood herbs like Australian native pepper and Tasmanian pepperberries, lemon myrtle, anise myrtle and many more have added to the OutbackChef range of bushfood curries.

There’s a lot of recipes to follow and on each pack recipe ideas.  For more info go to Recipes on the OutbackChef website.

Want a great tasting, quick and easy to prepare? try OutbackChef’s Outback Bush Lentil Curry recipe.

For those new to bushfood and want to try it then the best way to start is by using a couple of bush herbs like lemon myrtle and Australian native pepper.  Where you’d use the traditional lemon or lime, try a pinch of lemon myrtle, or use Tasmanian native pepper and pepperberries in place of your regular table pepper.  You’re in for a real treat plus you’re supporting Australian growers and wild harvesters.

  • Natural Ramie Eco Kitchen Apron with pocket, adjustable neck strap, linen-like textile, natural Ramie 85%, cotton 15%.  Ramie is a premium plant fibre with an absorbency much greater than cotton. It is resistant to bacteria and mildew, is one of the strongest natural fibres in the world and does not shrink. Ramie is an ancient textile or over 5,000 years old and has been used since pre-historic times throughout Asia and is commonly used in Japanese textiles.  Older than cotton, Ramie fabric was used for mummy cloths in Ancient Egypt. A handy set of mini tongs A mini caste iron pan, great for melting a little butter, cooking a mini damper, even can be used a beautiful little table server for chutneys or sauces A ceramic bowl that is oven safe to 250C, Microwave safe, Freezer safe with a durable enamelled surface, this is full of OutbackChef's Dukkah Bush BBQ Lemon Pepper, the ideal rub for fish or chicken, or add as a spinkle over salads.  Use this to create our Lemon Pepper Cheese Balls A recipe card for Australian Lemon Pepper Cheese Balls OutbackChef's Australian Spiced Berries & Mandarin Green Tea, a great tea to enjoy at the end of the day. OutbackChef's Seriously Australian "Wild Paddock's" Jam
  •  Bush tomato & native pepper combine in this curry for an exotic taste experience

    OutbackChef Australian Red curry has been inspired by the wonderful strong spicy curries from India with Australian bushfood herbs

    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.
  • Australian native food mingle with Eastern spices in this unique curry

    This Australian native curry is perfect with fish, chicken or as a vegetable curry.  Lemon myrtle, Anise Myrtle and native Australian peppers make the perfect curry.

    Easy to make, just add your meat or vegetables, a little extra chilli, if you want it hotter and your meal is complete.
  • Outback Bush Curry a great all-rounder, aromatic and spicey

  • The ideal "foodie" hamper contains Natural Ramie Eco Kitchen Apron with pocket, adjustable neck strap, linen-like textile, natural Ramie 85%, cotton 15%.  Ramie is a premium plant fibre with an absorbency much greater than cotton. It is resistant to bacteria and mildew, is one of the strongest natural fibres in the world and does not shrink. Ramie is an ancient textile or over 5,000 years old and has been used since pre-historic times throughout Asia and is commonly used in Japanese textiles.  Older than cotton, Ramie fabric was used for mummy cloths in Ancient Egypt. OutbackChef's Australian Yellow Curry, made with a combination of aromatic Indian spices and includes Australian natives such as Lemon myrtle, Anise myrtle and native peppers. OutbackChef's Dukkah in a beautiful little ceramic bowl OutbackChef's Wild Lemon Grass and Ginger tea, one of the popular ones of the OutbackChef range. A recipe card for Aniseed Myrtle & Orange Salad, the perfect BBQ or dinner party salad and easy to make, this comes with a pack of Aniseed Myrtle A pouch pack of OutbackChef's Lemon myrtle. A set of mini tongs that are so handy for any kitchen set. These are all presented in a gift box.