Recipes — Lemon Myrtle (pure Herb)

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Galya's Ukranian Borscht with Lemon Myrtle

Galya's Ukranian Borscht with Lemon Myrtle

A traditional Ukrainian borscht should be so thick a wooden spoon will stand upright in it and we've been so fortunate to have Galya’s recipe and it certainly fulfils this expectation with many familiar ingredients ! So delicious and hearty. We have added Lemon Myrtle to this soup which is what we do, with the deepest respect to the Ukrainian original,  and the flavour of lemon Myrtle with Beetroot is a marriage made in heaven.  The soup, without Lemon Myrtle is a true Ukrainian recipe. Makes 2 litres 500g beef bones 3 litres beef stock ( or any other kind...

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Lemon Myrtle Fishcakes with Chilli Coconut & Lemon Myrtle Sauce

Lemon Myrtle Fishcakes with Chilli Coconut & Lemon Myrtle Sauce

This Thai inspired recipe beautifully showcases the lemon/lime and lemongrass attributes of Lemon Myrtle. Fishcakes are a firm family favourite and the perfect way to introduce more fish into your daily diet as the kids will love them! Perfect finger food too. And so easy to make with a food processor - you can whizz them up in no time. Makes 24 small fishcakes 1 kg firm white fish fillets (such as barramundi, flathead , snapper or bream) 25g unsalted butter 2 cloves garlic, crushed 1 large onion, very finely diced 1 teaspoon Mountain Pepper 1 large egg, lightly beaten ...

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Hot and Sour Kakadu Plum and Chicken Noodle Soup

Hot and Sour Kakadu Plum and Chicken Noodle Soup

Despite a long list of ingredients, this is a surprisingly quick and simple recipe to make. The Kakadu Plum adds a lovely tang to the broth resulting in a dish that is delicious, highly nutritious, and low in fat

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Classic Lemon Myrtle Bearnaise

Classic Lemon Myrtle Bearnaise

This is a classic French sauce and it's traditionally made with a vinegar-based reduction flavoured with shallots, tarragon and chervil, enriched with egg yolks and butter! A simple substitution of Lemon Myrtle for the tarragon and chervil gives a stunning result. This classic Bearnaise sauce is divine with seafood, eye fillet, asparagus spears, egg dishes (it's the sauce on top of Eggs Bearnaise or Eggs Florentine), chicken or even just over some lovely steamed veggies. Whisking in the eggs is the part that can be tricky - but prac5tice makes perfect - and this is so good you'll want to...

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