Ready to give Australian bush herb, Lemon Myrtle, a go in your next recipe?
If you havn’t tried this strong Australian bush herb then it’s time you did. For information on how to use Lemon Myrtle (see below)
Lemon myrtle is without doubt one of the best known bush tucker herbs, it has an extremely strong flavour and aroma and has been part of Aboriginal bush medicine and a favourite Australian herb for centuries. Go easy when first using it, so many people just don’t realise how strong this bush food herb really is, and it does seem to go thru any dressing, baked goods or roasts and make it’s presence felt. I known many people, sadly, who have tried lemon myrtle in their cooking, used too much got scared of trying again….just start using a little to get used to it. Like so many of Australian native herbs and spices, they are strong and definately make their presence felt.
How to use Australian Bush Herb, Lemon Myrtle
- Add to sauces & dressings for a lemon/lime hit
- Half a teaspoon to your favourite muffin mix, Lemon myrtle and Coconut muffins are a great combo
- Substitute Lemon myrtle wherever you would use lemons
- Thai recipes taste amazing with a touch of Lemon myrtle
- Lemon myrtle is strong in both flavour & aroma, use carefully until you get to know it
- For a taste of the Australian bush try Lemon myrtle, the Queen of the Bush Herbs
- Add some Lemon myrtle to your washing, helps add a great fragrance to those “sporty” sox, just wrap in a little bag or put in the sock itself
Lemon Myrtle recipes