Sausage RollsSausage rolls are a great standby, not only for hungry kid, but a great finger food for guests. They can be frozen and served with my Tomato Relish make a real hit!
Louise Slice with Davidson PlumI think just about every country kitchen and CWA club has got a recipe for this slice, I can still remember my mother cooking it.
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.
Wattleseed TiramisuThis delicious desert had my guests wanting more. Best made the day before, to enable the flavours to move through the biscuits. Another great thing about this recipe is that by simmering the wattle seeds and using the flavoured liquid, the wattle seed paste that is left behind can be used for another recipe, ie wattle seed pasta.
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
Cheese PresentCream cheese and OutbackChef’s Bush BBQ Lemon Pepper creates the perfect Christmas drinks nibbles partner.
Wattle seed & Choc Chip CookiesEat your heart out Cookie Monster, these little scrumptious morsels with Australian native Wattleseed and Choc Chip are perfect I made these delicious little brownies for two students staying with me, it was exam time and a little comfort food never goes astray.
Smashed Avocado with Pepperberry & Wild LimePepperberries 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. I’ve used Matso’s Mango Beer in this recipe and it’s amazing to drink and makes the best beer damper. Some great options for this damper is to add some ground pepperberry, wattleseed or lemon myrtle, all these amazing bush herbs will take your, not-so-humble, Beer Damper to whole new level, just a great Aussie BBQ addition.
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