There’s a new cooking trend in town and we’ve taken a massive liking to it. More and more Aussie foodies are experimenting with bush tucker recipes (us included) - and the results are amazing.
Australian Native Plants have been traditionally used for medicinal purposes, but now they’re gaining a lot of popularity in our kitchens, as spices. This is thanks to the unique flavours they boast. You won’t find any other ingredient that tastes quite like lemon myrtle or wattleseed, for example.
If we’ve made you curious, have a read through our favourite bush tucker recipes we’ve created here at Roogenic.
You can easily turn the most important meal of the day into the most delicious meal of the day. All you need to do is start using native ingredients and spices.
And since you’re probably more into simple recipes in the morning, here are two easy must-tries from our archives:
Cinnamon Myrtle Porridge with Lemon Myrtle Infused Honey
Smashed Avocado In True Australian Style
You know how sometimes you get really sluggish after lunch? You can prevent this from happening if you choose to eat a refreshing salad instead of a big meal. Don’t forget to spice things up with native plants to give your salad a bit more zing!
Here are two of our favourite bush tucker recipes we know you’ll love:
Roast Pumpkin Salad With Australian Herbs And Macadamia
Lemon Myrtle Crispy Prawn Salad
Dinner time is the best time (well, at least on SOME days), so why not enjoy a meal that will really delight your taste buds?
Try out these amazing recipes next time you feel like indulging. You won’t be disappointed:
Pepperberry Lamb Stew
Lemon Myrtle Roast Chicken
We saved the best for last - because who doesn’t love dessert? We picked two of our winning recipes that you can’t go wrong with:
Wattleseed Chocolate Mousse
Lemon Myrtle Cheesecake
We hope you enjoy these bush tucker recipes as much as we do. A word of caution, though: once you get a taste of cooking with Australia’s amazing native plants, there’s no turning back - you’ll be hooked for life!