A uniquely Australian spice, wattleseed adds a wonderful flavour to ice cream, chocolate recipes, bread, desserts, sauces and risottos.
I put this recipe together from a few recipes I found on the internet cos I like the bush tucker influence - and the taste - of the wattleseed.
While wattleseed goes well with chocolate, they both taste even better with this lemon myrtle cream sauce. Make sure you allow time for the flavours to infuse in the sauce.
Lamb burger with the lot and seasoned with Australian native herbs and spices. Serve it on Australia Day or anytime you want to show off your burger skills.
Australian native wattleseed goes well with chocolate and these chocolate wattleseed biscuits are one of our favourites.
For a different risotto try this interesting flavour mix of Italian and Australian. The flavour is an unusual mixture of tomato-tang and caramel-sweet.
A no-bake cheesecake with a double hit of Australian native spices - wattleseed in the chocolate biscuit base and olida with the cream cheese mix. Decorate the cheese cake with strawberries or passionfruit.
A classic Aussie dinner, roast chook and potatoes. Chicken is rubbed in a mix of Australian herbs and spices such as akudjura, lemon myrtle leaf, wattleseed and more!
Australian-style Crocodile served with Australian Riberry Confit
Delicious ribeye steak served with broccolini, shiitake mushrooms and Australian-style Wattleseed Jus.
More like a pikelet than a traditional blini, top these with smoked salmon and a dill dressing for a special entree or lunch.