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Peri Peri Wild Lime Wings

Peri Peri Wild Lime Wings

Our Peri Peri Wild Lime Wings are easy to bring together, all that needs to be done is marinate them, throw them inside your oven and voila, out comes sinfully delicious chicken wings. WARNING! These are addictive 😊 And as our peri Peri Wild Lime Sauce is so low in sugar they won't stick to the pan or BBQ when cooking - added bonus!  SERVES: 4 INGREDIENTS 1kg free range chicken wings (approx. 10)1 teaspoon black pepper2 teaspoon Wild Herb Salt (or your usual salt)½ bottle (approx. 125 ml) Peri Peri Wild Lime Sauce3 tablespoons olive oil1 teaspoon paprika1 tablespoon chopped...

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Classic Pepperberry Devilled Eggs

Classic Pepperberry Devilled Eggs

Simplest food to share - traditional curried eggs with the twist of dried and ground Pepperberries in the filling and scattered over the top. They disappear in minutes! Clearly an oldie but a goodie And so healthy that you need have no qualms at having one or three! 6 large eggs 1 to 2 TBS egg mayonnaise or aioli 1 large teaspoon of your preferred mustard (or to taste) 1 tsp Pepperberry for mix and extra to sprinkle Tasmanian Pepper Salt to taste Place eggs in a single layer in a saucepan and cover well with water. Bring to the boil ,...

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Slow Cooker Sweet Chilli Kakadu Plum Lamb

Slow Cooker Sweet Chilli Kakadu Plum Lamb

Lamb shoulder is so good when cooked long and slow and the natural acids in our Sweet Chilli Kakadu Plum Sauce not only adds great flavour but helps tenderise the meat during cooking. The following recipe is for a low fuss, slow cooker ; but this may be cooked in a low oven (150-160c) for approx 4 hours if preferred.Serves 611/2 kg boned lamb shoulder cut into small chunksOutback Spirit Tasmanian Pepper Salt1/2 cup Virgin olive oil2 medium brown onions, roughly chopped1 large carrot, sliced1-2 sticks celery , sliced5 garlic cloves, crushed6 anchovy fillets ( optional)1 desert1 desert spoon Outback...

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Lemon Myrtle Shortbreads

Lemon Myrtle Shortbreads

A sweet twist to our favourite traditional Scottish shortbread recipe. Makes approximately 30 biscuits   1 ¼  cups (315) unsalted butter 2/3  cup (135g) castor sugar 3 ¼ cup (405g) plain flour 2/3 cup (90g) rice flour 1 teaspoon baking powder ½ teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon Lemon Myrtle   Preheat the oven to 180C  Cream the butter and sugar until mixed, but don’t allow to become light and fluffy.  Sift the flours, baking powder and salt and slowly add to the mix with the lemon myrtle. Rest the shortbread dough in the refrigerator until firm. Roll it out on a...

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