Recipes — Mountain Pepper
A classic pizza originating in Naples - a thin crust pizza and the three major ingredients, tomatoes, mozzarella and basil reflect the colours of Italy's flag (just a little trivia!) A few ingredients make this perfectly delicious pizza so good. we recommend uysing a pizza stone (as most of us don't have on hand a wood fired pizza oven!) . The advantage of using a pizza stone is that after preheating the stone, the pizza dough instantly comes into contact with a high-temperature surface, which crisps the crust, enables quicker cooking, promotes a more even distribution of heat, and creates...
This is a great little recipe to use on pasta or spread on a wrap or a sandwich - anywhere you'd think to use pesto. Warrigal greens grow crazy in the garden in all sorts of soils. It is indigenous to the sandy coastal areas and likes part shade to a sunny position. Makes 2 cups 1 clove of garlic, crushed 1 cup (100g) lightly roasted macadamia nuts, chopped 3 1/2 cups (250g) Warrigal Greens (or spinach if Warrigal Greens aren't available), blanched and chopped 1 tablespoon Lemon Myrtle 1 teaspoon Wild Herb Salt 1/2 teaspoon Mountain Pepper generous cup (250...
We love gnocchi when they are light and delicate. To achieve this, the flour needs to be kept to a minimum in the mix and baking the potatoes also ensures a lighter gnocchi and worth the extra effort. Adding the mountain pepper to this classic recipe gives a lovely spicy element. Serves 4 1 kg baking potatoes Tasmanian Pepper Salt to taste 2 tablespoons mountain pepper, dried and ground 2 egg yolks 100g plain flour Butter Sauce 120g unsalted butter 1 teaspoon Mountain Pepper 1/3 cup of freshly grated or shaved Parmesan Try to choose potatoes of a similar...
Delicious Lemon Myrtle Fish Cakes that are easy to make