ike salt, lemons bring other flavours to life. While it is the juice that contains the flavour, it is the rind or zest that holds the refreshing fragrance. Lemons supplies are on the increase and will peak around June to August. So, fill your fruit bowl with lemons, and we guarantee you will find a delicious way to use the juice and zest to add flavour. Lemons are currently coming from Gayandah and Mundubbera
Versatile carrots are an Australian favourite with, 89 percent of Australian households purchasing carrots. The average purchase is 825g per shopping trip. So, ,help our growers out, his week by grabbing a 1 kilo bag and adding carrots to a delicious cake for Mother’s Day.
Kumara or Orange sweet potato is delicious eating, and ideal for roasting or mashing. Roast chopped orange sweet potato with red onion wedges in olive oil flavoured with cumin and coriander for 30 minutes or until tender. Mashed kumara is a delicious and vibrant coloured topping for a cottage pie. Serve with lamb or beef.
Victoria grown fennel is a white, crisp, flavoursome and super value. Delicious served shredded in an autumn salad like this fennel, feta and pomegranate salad or whip up a tasty fennel, lemon & prawn risotto with rocket. .
You will find a delightful array of Asian greens at your local greengrocer this week at great prices. Add a delicious crunch and extra goodness to your stir-fries by adding a bunch of bok, choy, choy sum or pak choy
Australian grown chestnuts are delicious treats well worth the patience and time needed for their preparation. Once cooked, their creamy white flesh is similar in texture to roast potato with an irresistible sweet, nutty flavour.
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