Greens and Herbs - Recipes with Native Australian Produce

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Paperbark barramundi, jerusalem artichoke + finger lime (He Needs Food)

Paperbark barramundi & jerusalem artichoke

Aussie fish, baked in bark, scattered with native finger lime

Raclette & Wattleseed bread | www.bellyrumables.com

Wattleseed & Native Thyme Bread

The Australian way to hold a raclette party.

Australian Aboriginal Bush Food

As indigenous Australians allowed the local terrain to dictate their key ingredients, you can consider building dishes around native produce and accom.

Cooking with lemon myrtle, a citrus-fragranced spice from Australia. Featuring tips and lemon myrtle recipes. Health benefits of lemon myrtle.

Lemon Myrtle powder and fresh leaves - description & uses

Honey Popcorn with Lemon Myrtle | NITV

Honey Popcorn with Lemon Myrtle | NITV

Lemon Myrtle Ice Tea | NITV

Lemon Myrtle Ice Tea | NITV

Lemon Myrtle And Coconut Cupcakes

Lemon myrtle cupcakes drizzled with lemon myrtle syrup and topped with coconut frosting.

Baked ham with roasted vegetables by chef Mark Olive

Lemon myrtle and lemon aspen mayonnaise

Indigenous Christmas: Mark Olive's recipe for a traditional Australian feast

Warrigal greens.

Warrigal greens.

Barramundi with Australian bush spices #Melbourne Good Food and Wine Show

Barramundi with Australian bush spices Good Food and Wine Show


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Stir-Fried Saltbush With Ginger & Tamari, Kylie Kwong takes Australian-Chinese food to a new level with this bush tucker

Stir-Fried Saltbush With Ginger Tamari, Kylie Kwong takes Australian-Chinese food to a new level with this bush tucker

Garlic & chilli prawns with pepperberry, saltbush & finger lime

Garlic & chilli prawns with pepperberry & saltbush

Garlic & chilli prawns with pepperberry, saltbush & finger lime cannot wait to try this with my own fingerlimes

Rolled veal with Warrigal greens pesto | This veal dish uses Warrigal greens that are native to the east coast of Australia, but can be substituted with English spinach. Chef Mark Olive recommends flattening the veal out to 5mm thick with a mallet to make the rolling process easier.

Rolled veal with Warrigal greens pesto

This veal dish uses Warrigal greens that are native to the east coast of Australia, but can be substituted with English spinach. Chef Mark Olive recommends flattening the veal out to thick with a mallet to make the rolling process easier.

outback pride warrigal and saltbush tart with b.-d. farm paris creek fetta | simon bryant

warrigal (native green) and saltbush tarts

This delicious pasta recipe from Simon Bryant's book, 'Veggies' features a few harder-to-get ingredients, but the beauty of the native ingredients in this dish is that they stand up to the robust wholemeal pasta, which can sometimes overpower pasta sauces with its earthiness.

Warrigal green and desert lime pesto with wholemeal pasta

This delicious pasta recipe from Simon Bryant's book, 'Veggies' features a few harder-to-get ingredients, but the beauty of the native ingredients in this dish is that they stand up to the robust wholemeal pasta, which can sometimes overpower pasta sauces with its earthiness.

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Stir-fried blue swimmer crab with homemade chilli sauce.- Kylie Kwong's Australian-Chinese New Year Feast

Nutrient-rich sea succulents add crispness and crunch and are best paired with seafood.

Hot food: Sea succulents Saltwater plants can add crunch and a natural salty tang.

Plate Up Like  a French Chef: Confit Marron Crayfish, Truffled Celeriac & Wattle Seed

Plate Up Like a French Chef: Confit Marron Crayfish, Truffled Celeriac & Wattle Seed

Steamed Prawn Wontons with Samphire, Ginger and Vinegar Dressing. Picture: Guy Bailey

Steamed Prawn Wontons with Samphire, Ginger and Vinegar Dressing.

Native Succulents have a natural salty tang that can bring a dish to life.

Hot food: Sea succulents Saltwater plants can add crunch and a natural salty tang.

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