Baby Beef Samosas with Provenance Mango Rivermint Relish

Baby Beef Samosas with Provenance Mango Rivermint Relish

Just the thing for an easy , economical and super tasty meal featuring our best selling Provenance Mango & Rivermint Relish Makes about 20 baby samosas ( or you could make about 10 larger ones)

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Lemon Myrtle Coconut Chilli Chicken Strips with Mango & Rivermint Relish

Lemon Myrtle Coconut Chilli Chicken Strips with Mango & Rivermint Relish

This is such a simple, easy and quick dish to make that you can whip up a very tasty dinner in no time at all. I makes a great snack too - we can personally vouch for that ! Tender Chicken breast, sliced and coated with our Lemon Myrtle Coconut Chilli Nut Free Dukkah and served wit our rather decadent and fresh fruity tasting Mango and Rivermint Relish..  Serves 4  2 Chicken Breasts 2 tablespoons Rice Flour (or plain flour) egg wash ( with a fo9rk mix one/two eggs with 1/2 cup milk Lemon Myrtle Coconut Chilli Nut Free Dukkah,...

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Tempura Prawns with Mango Rivermint Relish

Tempura Prawns with Mango Rivermint Relish

Tempura is a popular street style food, eaten in Japan as a light snack or lunch - and easy to eat on the go! Everyone associates Tempura as a Japanese dish, and it is a specialty from Tokyo. The interesting thing however, is that this method o cooking actually came to Japan from Portuguese sailors who were the first Europeans to set foot in Japan. Annabelle Jackson, a food anthropologist , points out "The word ‘to cook’ in Portuguese, it’s ‘tempera’, and ‘cookery’ in Portuguese is ‘temporo’,” she explains. “And then we have a third word, ‘temporas’, which is very much...

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Beef and Watercress Open Sandwich with Mango & Rivermint Relish

Beef and Watercress Open Sandwich with Mango & Rivermint Relish

Scandi style Open Sandwiches are so fashionable at the moment and like most Scandi  influences (we're looking at you Scandi Noir fiction and TV series ) they are good! There are three styles of Open Sandwiches (known as Smørrebrød in Denmark and Smörgås is Sweden - and a Smørrebrod or Smörgåsbord is simply a selection of open sandwiches to serve a family or a group and this is totally different from what we know as a Smorgasboard in Australia. Two styles of Open Sandwiches in Scandinavia are on large pieces of dark Ryebread and are to be eaten with a knife and fork..The third...

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