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Quandong

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Description

This bush tucker gem has been a staple in Indigenous communities for millennia. Quandong is packed with antioxidants, protein, complex oils, iron and zinc, making it a guilt-free snack and a great addition to your gourmet ingredients collection.

Pouch: 25g
Jar: 50g

Cooking

To rehydrate our quandongs place them in cold water for two hours. They are great added to your tea, cakes, jams, chutneys, desserts or even braised meats. They have a flavour profile of peach, apricot and rhubarb.

Origin

Quandong (also known as Santalum Acuminatum) is mainly grown in South Australia in areas south of the Flinders Ranges, in the Riverland, and on the Eyre and Yorke peninsulas. It also grows in New South Wales and the Wimmera and Sunraysia regions of Victoria.

Several small plantations have also been established in the Northern Territory, near Alice Springs.

Quandongs flower from later summer into early autumn. The fruit changes colour from green to red in late winter and harvests usually occurs during spring.


Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
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Leonie Armstrong
Unique tasty little snack

Knowing the nutritional value of this product I look at it like fruit jerky, a little woody and chewy but tasty and good for you!

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Wendy Devaney
Quandong

Love them, soak them in my tea and then eat them.
They are delicious.

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Rebecca Haines
Exotic flavour bomb!

These unique quandongs are truly amazing. I put the dried quandongs in my tea and eat them whilst drinking. Absolutely delicious.

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Sarah Glasson
Quandong

LOVE the Quandongs. This is the 2nd lot we've bought as we use them in so many ways. One of which is using an electric grindier to finely grind some then adding the powder to an olive oil [or macadamia oil] and vinegar mix to make a nice salad dressing. Also, keep some in another hand grinder to grind over icecream, into tea ... whatever we want to add it to.

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Christine Milne
Quandong

I felt this was an aquared taste thought the it would be a larger size snack food.

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
83%
(10)
0%
(0)
17%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
L
Leonie Armstrong
Unique tasty little snack

Knowing the nutritional value of this product I look at it like fruit jerky, a little woody and chewy but tasty and good for you!

W
Wendy Devaney
Quandong

Love them, soak them in my tea and then eat them.
They are delicious.

R
Rebecca Haines
Exotic flavour bomb!

These unique quandongs are truly amazing. I put the dried quandongs in my tea and eat them whilst drinking. Absolutely delicious.

S
Sarah Glasson
Quandong

LOVE the Quandongs. This is the 2nd lot we've bought as we use them in so many ways. One of which is using an electric grindier to finely grind some then adding the powder to an olive oil [or macadamia oil] and vinegar mix to make a nice salad dressing. Also, keep some in another hand grinder to grind over icecream, into tea ... whatever we want to add it to.

C
Christine Milne
Quandong

I felt this was an aquared taste thought the it would be a larger size snack food.