Recipes — Tasmanian Pepper Salt

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Chickpea Soup with  Lemon Myrtle Gremolata and Goats Cheese

Chickpea Soup with Lemon Myrtle Gremolata and Goats Cheese

This is a quick, healthy and delicious soup using pantry staples. Of course you can use fresh tomatoes and soak chickpeas overnight – but this is so much simpler. Gremolata is a traditional Italian condiment made with parsley, lemon and garlic. This is the Australian version with Lemon Myrtle ! Traditionally gremolata is used to enliven dishes such as Osso Bucco but you can see it can be used to brighten up anything from soups like this, to meat dishes or even grilled cheeses such as haloumi or provolone. Lemon Myrtle Gremolata Makes 2/3 cup 2 tablespoons dried lemon myrtle...

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Outback Tomato, Bacon and Cream Cheese Dip

Outback Tomato, Bacon and Cream Cheese Dip

If you are a lover of creamy dips and bacon you really should try this ! 1 packet Philly Cream Cheese - at room temperature 2 garlic cloves, crushed and finely diced (or a heaped teaspoon of crushed garlic) Tasmanian Pepper Salt - to taste  2 rashers of bacon - diced 3/4 jar Outback Tomato Chutney  1/2 large onion - diced Chopped fresh herbs of your choice (we like thyme with this) Olive Oil Place the cream cheese, garlic Tasmanian Pepper Salt and the herbs in a large bowl and mix through the cheese as much as possible Pour a...

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Potato and Mountain Pepper Gnocchi with Butter and Parmesan

Potato and Mountain Pepper Gnocchi with Butter and Parmesan

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...

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Anista Lamb Fillets

Anista Lamb Fillets

These lamb fillets take only minutes to cook and are just delectable. We recommend serving with our Anisata Goat's Cheese and Vegetable Cake or just with a simple sweet potato mash and a rocket  or green salad - you can dress them up or keep them very simple. 2 tablespoons mustard powder 1 tablespoon Anisata (dried and ground) 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 1 teaspoon Tasmanian Pepper Salt 4-6 lamb fillets, about 100g each  (or a rack of lamb with 6 cutlets) olive oil for pam-frying Outback Tomato Chutney to serve Pre-heat the oven to 180C. Combine the mustard...

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