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BBQ Lemon Myrtle Coconut and Chilli Lamb Fillets with Lemon Myrtle Garlic Sweet Potato Mash 

BBQ Lemon Myrtle Coconut and Chilli Lamb Fillets with Lemon Myrtle Garlic Sweet Potato Mash 

BBQ Lemon Myrtle Coconut and Chilli Lamb Fillets with Lemon Myrtle Garlic Sweet Potato Mash. If it's not possible to BBQ you can cook on a griddle pan or a heavy based frying pan. This is a lovely lean and super-easy lamb recipe. You will need to ask your local butcher for this cut of lamb.

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Anisata Goat's Cheese and Vegetable Cake

Anisata Goat's Cheese and Vegetable Cake

The Anisata Goat's Cheese and Vegetable Cake can be made a day in advance of using and this allows the aromatic flavour from the anisata to infuse gently through the cake. Just warm through in the oven or microwave before serving. It's a great stand-alone dish or can accompany any meat. Any left-overs will make a delicious light lunch the next day. This is really very tasty! olive oil for pan-frying 1 large eggplant (aubergine) peeled and sliced  1 clove garlic 1 medium onion, sliced 1 large fennel bulb, sliced 6 ripe tomatoes (roma are perfect), sliced 150g Outback Tomato...

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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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Wattleseed Atholl Brose

Wattleseed Atholl Brose

Atholl Brose is a lovely and very traditional Scottish cocktail. In fact according to Sean Murphey Food and Drink Writer from The Scotsman newspaper "The first official recipe for Atholl Brose was recorded in 1475, when Iain MacDonald, the Lord of the Isles was leading a rebellion against the king. The Earl of Atholl, who had been dispatched to capture the errant chieftan, discovered that MacDonald regularly used a well near where the rebels were said to be encamped.The Earl ordered his scouts to stealthily fill the well with whisky, oats and honey (perhaps Atholl himself took inspiration from Dougal's story)....

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