Native Australian Food/Bush Tucker

Jessica Taylor
This board is about Native Australian food and bush tucker.
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Bush Tucker Recipes - Quandong Recipes - Mmm, I love Quandong jam with ice cream. :D

Bush Tucker Recipes - Quandong Recipes - Mmm, I love Quandong jam with ice cream. :D

Bush Tucker Recipes - Baked Ricotta and Honey Lemon Myrtle Cheesecake - Um, yes please. :D

Bush Tucker Recipes - Baked Ricotta and Honey Lemon Myrtle Cheesecake - Um, yes please. :D

Outback Chef - Banana & Riberry Bread with Wattleseed Espresso Butter

Outback Chef - Banana & Riberry Bread with Wattleseed Espresso Butter

Outback Chef - Bush tomatoes "This bush food is also known as the desert raisin because of its appearance when dried, they have been eaten by Aboriginal desert dwellers for centuries and a staple bush tucker. The Anmatyerr women gather them when dried to reduce the level of alkaloids, then grind them to a powder, mix with tree gums or resins and roll into a ball then leave out in the sun to dry."

Outback Chef - Bush tomatoes "This bush food is also known as the desert raisin because of its appearance when dried, they have been eaten by Aboriginal desert dwellers for centuries and a staple bush tucker. The Anmatyerr women gather them when dried to reduce the level of alkaloids, then grind them to a powder, mix with tree gums or resins and roll into a ball then leave out in the sun to dry."

Outback Chef - Gourmet Muntrie and Asparagus Risotto - Would definitely like to try this! :D

Outback Chef - Gourmet Muntrie and Asparagus Risotto - Would definitely like to try this! :D

Outback Chef - Gumbi Gumbi "Pittosporum angustifolium is a small weeping tree growing in inland Australia. Common names include Weeping Pittosporum, Butterbush, Cattle Bush, Native Apricot, Gumbi Gumbi, Cumby Cumby, Meemee and Berrigan....it is drought and frost resistant, a hardy desert plant found in the mallee areas."

Outback Chef - Gumbi Gumbi "Pittosporum angustifolium is a small weeping tree growing in inland Australia. Common names include Weeping Pittosporum, Butterbush, Cattle Bush, Native Apricot, Gumbi Gumbi, Cumby Cumby, Meemee and Berrigan....it is drought and frost resistant, a hardy desert plant found in the mallee areas."

Outback Chef - Billy Tea & Beer Damper

Outback Chef - Billy Tea & Beer Damper

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