Category Archives for "fruits"

Riberry

RiberryFlavour – Cinnamon and clove flavour. Colour and Appearance – Pink/red, pear shape approx. 10-15mm in length. Typical uses – stir-frying, sauces, muffins, cakes and preserves. Also available in syrup as a riberry confit. Helpful hints – Will lose pink colour on cooking but will generally regain it on standing. Do not over-cook. Also available glaceed. Storage and Packaging Size –Frozen riberries: 1kg zip Read More …

Wild Rosella

Wild RosellaFlavour – Tart raspberry and rhubarb taste. Colour and Appearance – Bright red and flower shaped with a length of about 25-40mm. Typical uses – sauces, pie fillings, pastries, ice-cream, sorbets, syrups and as a garnish. Helpful hints – Soak in sugar syrup to reduce tartness and use as garnish. Also available as Spreadable Rosella. Storage and Packaging Size – Frozen, 1kg Read More …

Wild Limes – Small (Desert limes)

Wild Limes – Small (Desert limes)Flavour – very tart lime flavour. Colour and Appearance – Approx. 10-15mm in diameter, round, green, thin skin. Typical uses – Use whole as a garnish for mains or desserts. Helpful hints – Cook briefly to keep limes whole or cook in a weak sugar syrup. Salt lightly to balance any bitterness. Storage and Packaging Size – Frozen, 1kg Read More …

Quandong

QuandongFlavour – Mildly tart apricot and peach flavour. Colour and Appearance – Bright red fruit, available either whole or as halves. Typical Use – Sauces (meat or dessert), garnish. Helpful hints – Do not over-cook. Simmer gently in sauce or apple juice. Enhance with orange juice. Do not over-sweeten. The seed kernels are only safe to eat if well roasted to a Read More …

Munthari

MunthariFlavour – Granny Smith apple flavour with a subtle spicy finish. Colour and Appearance – Green to red and pea-sized. Typical Use – Use whole or extended with blended apples in muffins, fruit pies, puddings. Sauté with onions or mushrooms. Helpful hints – Once thawed, Munthari still presents well and can be used as a garnish. Will stay whole even with prolonged Read More …

Rainforest Limes

Rainforest LimesFlavour – Slightly tart but very intense lime flavour. Colour and Appearance – Approx. 20-30mm in diameter, round and light green or yellow. Typical uses – Marmalade, meat jams, sauces and desserts. Sugar-cured or char-grilled fruit slices. Helpful hints – Salt lightly to balance bitterness. Sweeten to taste but leave slightly tart. Products and Pack Sizes Frozen fruits: 1kg zip lock bags (approx. 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 …

Lemon Aspen Fruit

Lemon Aspen FruitFlavour – Tart citrus flavour like a blend of grapefruit and lime with a unique aromatic character. Colour and Appearance – Pale yellow fruit about 20-25mm in diameter with small black seeds encased in husks as in apples. Typical Use – For a garnish, soak in sugar syrup or sweet vinegar. Helpful Hints – Best cored or use the juice Read More …

Illawarra Plums

Illawarra PlumsFlavour – Plum-like in flavour with a little less sweetness and a pleasant yet subtle resinous quality which is enhanced with cooking. Colour and Appearance – Deep purple, seedless, and the size of a large grape. Typical Use – Compliments chilli and garlic as well as sweet uses. Use in sauces, preserves, muffins, cheesecakes and fruit compotes. Helpful Hints – Use Read More …