Recipes 2017-12-05T23:00:58+00:00

Recipes

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
Garlic bulbs with Tasmanian Pepperleaves
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
Outback bush curry
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.
quick and easy green salad
Simple Green SaladIt’s Friday night and I want quick and easy plus healthy for dinner, fish in a bag from the supermarket and a green salad. My Warragul Greens are looking great and a great addition to an iceberg lettuce.
Wattleseed whole and ground
Wattleseed Espresso ButterThis can be stored in the fridge for up to a month. Wattleseed butter is sensational on Banana and Muntrie Bread.
The Desert Limes work perfectly with the avocado, add pepper berry to complete the picture
Avocado Dip with Desert LimesPepperberries add a lovely hot chilli flavour, add heaps more if you want it hotter. Try it on your toast, eat as a dip with drinks or add to your salad sandwich instead of butter.
Beer DamperI’m not a beer drinker, but I have to admit this beer damper is something else and the aroma in the kitchen as it cooked made me want to rethink my lack of love for the frothy brew.
Bushfood curry
Red Curry Cauliflower SoupI’ve received more rave reports from this soup than anything I’ve ever done. The simple flavours of the curry spices plus cauliflower makes it a winner.
Orange Salad with Anise Myrtle & MuntriesThis is a recipe from my cookbook, The Outback Chef. I love oranges, here the sweet juiciness of oranges have been paired with that amazing bush herb, anise myrtle. Quick and easy to make, bright and colourful. I use oranges a lot, it must go back to my youth growing up on a citrus orchard, happy days with always lots of oranges. I've sprinkled a few muntries in as well. A great salad for any occasion whether it's the BBQ or a formal dinner party.

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