Spices and Seasonings


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    • Subtle Pernod-like aniseed flavour with a sweet aftertaste. A fine light green powder which can still provide texture in biscuits and cakes. Use with white meats as a sprinkle, mixed in stuffing or part of a stock seasoning. Add to desserts (eg. ice cream), cream cheese or bread. Extremely versatile flavouring. Oils are volatile and can dissipate with heat so best added as a post-preparation seasoning or cold-formulated. Use at around 0.5% (5g/kg) addition.

    • Fruit Spice is a really unique seasoning for enhancing fruit flavors of soft or stone fruits such as berries, apricots, peaches or tropical fruits like mango. You can also use it to make ordinary fruit jams and jellies more fruity. COLOR – visually mixed green herb fines and pieces including micro-crystals of natural flavor and with flecks of dark purple fruity spices.

    • This is the ultimate marinating mix to transform fetta, boconccini, labni and other cheeses which improve in oil from pedestrian to sensational. It can be used over any soft ripened cheese too and Charles Sturt University uses our mix in their excellent cheeses (available through Australian supermarkets).

    • We Aussies love chilli so this herb and spice mix has a bit to add those special tingles for your tongue. It’s not too hot but formulated to give that Wow! factor and the flavor blends well with the lemon myrtle, lemon aspen and pepperberry as the native Australian mix.

    • OK. So it’s not really dust but our Red Desert Dust is a seasoning with a gutsy, aromatic mix of conventional and native Australian ingredients and ideal as a finishing flavor over meats, potatoes, eggs or cheeses such as baked ricotta. Try a simple grilled cheese on toast sprinkled with Red Desert Dust and taste the added dimensions of flavors from the native Australian ingredients.

    • This is our all-purpose spice mix which includes a bit of zing from mountain pepper combined with a herb finish from the blend of lemon aspen, lemon myrtle and aniseed myrtle. It also includes a few conventional herbs and spices to round out the flavour and make it a highly versatile seasoning. For a few ideas of use and more information on the mix visit our page on Wildfire spice. Wildfire Spice is gently spicy but is a complex flavoring and ideal for barbequing, grilling and baking.

    • Flavour similar to a combination of tarragon, thyme and rosemary Colour and Appearance a fine, free-flowing, light green powder Typical uses soups, stuffing, herb bread, quiches, omelettes and vegetable seasonings Helpful hints Suggested use rate is around 0.5% (5g/1kg) as for traditional thyme.