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Lemon Myrtle Sprinkle – the connoisseur’s lemon myrtle

Lemon Myrtle Sprinkle – the connoisseur’s lemon myrtleSpicemaster notes for Lemon myrtle Flavour – Lemon myrtle sprinkle has a distinctive and smooth lemon grass, lemon and lime oil flavour with a delicate acid finish and well rounded mid palate of full herb flavour. Colour and Appearance – a free-flowing green powder with some yellow flecks of dried fruits Typical Use – Add Lemon Read More …

Lemon Myrtle Sprinkle butter sauce

Lemon Myrtle Sprinkle butter sauceThis method is the same for native aniseed myrtle, native thyme or Alpine pepper and their applications are also identical. Pepperberries can also be used for butter sauces although the burgundy colour of the berries is better presented in a white or cream sauce or simply added as a garnish on Read More …

Lemon Myrtle Sprinkle sushi

Lemon Myrtle Sprinkle sushiOther herbs and herb combinations include native peppermint and Alpine pepper, native peppermint and native mint, aniseed myrtle, native thyme. Plain boiled rice can be made a feature component by the simple addition of native herbs. Asian practice is to wash rice in cold water before cooking which is a prerequisite considering Read More …

Lemon aspen sweet chilli sauce

Lemon aspen sweet chilli sauceFlavour– Sweet citrusy flavour similar to a blend of grapefruit and lime with a hint of menthol enhanced with chilli Colour and Appearance– pale yellow, thick but flowing sauce with chilli flecks Typical uses– use as for any sweet chilli sauce Helpful hints– Do not use with other citrus juices as the flavour will Read More …

Lemon Aspen Juice

Lemon Aspen JuiceFlavour – Tart citrus flavour like a blend of grapefruit and lime with a hint of honey and eucalyptus. Colour and Appearance – Pale yellow in colour, pasteurised and packed frozen. Once thawed, store chilled. Typical Use – Use to flavour soft desserts, dressings and sauces, sprinkle over oysters or pizza, use as a marinade with honey and Read More …

Light Lemon Myrtle mayonnaise

Light Lemon Myrtle mayonnaise350g no fat or low fat ricotta cheese2 tablespoons Dijon mustard5g ground Lemon Myrtle Sprinkle¼ teaspoon salt100ml polyunsaturated oil Mix together the cheese, mustard, Lemon Myrtle Sprinkle and salt. Add the oil in a very thin stream whisking constantly until the sauce is smooth and thick. Leave stand 10 minutes for the flavours to infuse or Read More …

Lemon myrtle rum baba

Lemon myrtle rum babaFor the babas:25g fresh yeast (or 15g dry yeast)6 tablespoons warm milk225g plain flourpinch of salt2 tablespoons caster sugar2 eggs, lightly beaten4 tablespoons melted butter½ teaspoon Lemon Myrtle Sprinkle For the syrup:250ml water150g caster sugar4 tablespoons rum1-2 drops lemon myrtle oil For the Alpine pepper sabayon sauce:1 teaspoon Alpine pepper2 tablespoons butter6 egg yolks100g caster sugar100ml Read More …

Pork Kassler with Lemon Myrtle pancakes and Maple & ironwood syrup

Pork Kassler with Lemon Myrtle pancakes and Maple & ironwood syrupPancake Ingredients 150g flour1 Eegpinch salt500-600ml milk¼ tspn bicarbonate of soda1 tbspn Lemon Myrtle Sprinkle, or Lemon aspen juice Method · Make up the batter adding the milk gradually to achieve the consistency required and allow to stand for 20 minutes.· Adjust the consistency and fry the pancakes to the Read More …

Pork cutlets with Lemon myrtle hollandaise

Pork cutlets with Lemon myrtle hollandaise1 rack of pork, cut into 4 cutlets¼ cup plain flour1 egg, beaten¼ cup Macadamia nuts, finely chopped2 tablespoons Wildfire spice½ tablespoon Wattleseedmacadamia oil for frying1 tablespoon unsalted butter Hollandaise 3 egg yolks2 tspn white wine250g clarified butter¼ teaspoon Lemon Myrtle Sprinkle Method · Dust cutlets in seasoned flour.· Dip in egg and then coat two Read More …

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