Davidson Plum SauceThe tart flavour of this unique fruit combined with a touch of Merlot make a sauce that can be used with either a mains or desert.
Wattleseed PancakesThe flavour of wattleseed goes so well with these pancakes. Must admit I dont know anyone who doesnt love pancakes and they really are so versitile, you can add any sort of topping for a sweet treat or a great meal. Use this recipe as a basic pancake mix and take out the sugar if you want a more savoury pancake, add a pinch of Saltbush and some Pepperberry for a truly outback bush pancake.
Oysters with FingerlimesThis recipe is from my cookbook “The OutbackChef” New Holland Publishers This dressing makes quite a bit, store in fridge and use over a simple green salad with a sprinkling of Bush Dukkah
Roasted Garlic with PepperleafGarlic done this way is so tasty, I usually leave the garlic cloves a little chunky to add to pasta, risotto, salads or garlic bread, you can always mill finer if needed
Risotto with Warragul Greens and Anise MyrtleOptions…I also add some of my ROASTED GARLIC COOKED WITH PEPPERLEAF just before I add the seafood, a really tasty combo. This is one of my favourite ways to make risotto, I know a lot of the purists might object to putting in tasty cheese, but it’s my take on how I like it! Don’t skip the stock and just use water, the stock is such an important flavour base to this one.
Outback Bush Lamb TacosNEILL'S RECIPE, AUSSIE RADIO SHOW *The Aussie Radio Show host, Neill Bartlett was inspired to create this recipe by the range of Outback Chef Bush Rubs - in particular the Bush Tomato Rub. The Outback Chef, Jude Mayall appears on The Aussie Radio Show, talking tucker and showcasing Aussie Bush food in a modern, contemporary and fun way!
Outback Beef CurryCurry in a hurry….Outback Bush Beef Curry make at home or on the camp fire. A vegetarian option is to use your favourite vegetables plus chick peas or white beans.
Sandalwood, Ginger & Chicken BallsMost people are familiar with Sandalwood incense sticks, oils, skincare products but have never try the beautiful nuts that this tree offers. The Sandalwood tree, Santalum spicatum is a native to Australia and has been eaten as a bushtucker food by the Aboriginal people for centuries.
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