Wattleseeds – acacia sp.
are the edible seeds from any of the 120 species of Australian Acacia that were traditionally used as food by Aboriginal Australians, and eaten either green (and cooked) or dried (and milled to a flour) to make a type of bush bread.
Acacia seed flour has recently gained popularity in Australia due to its high nutritional content, hardiness, availability, and low toxicity. Due to its low glycemic index, it is also often incorporated into diabetic foods.
Uses (Bushfood / Bush Tucker)
It has a chocolate, coffee, hazelnut flavour profile and is often added to ice cream, granola, chocolate, bread, and widely used by chefs to enhance sauces and dairy desserts.
Garam Masala means “hot” “spice mixture” in Hindi. We have created our version by adding Cinnamon Myrtle, Forestberry and Wattleseed. It is very versatile and can be added when preparing lamb, fish, chicken, rice dishes
Giftpack combining the best of our range
15g Lemon Myrtle Ground Leaves
15g Forestberry Ground Leaves
20g Bush Tomato Whole Fruit
10g Mountain Pepper Whole Berries
20g Wattleseed Roasted Ground Seeds
15g Aniseed Myrtle Ground Leaves
A perfect opportunity to taste different real Australian flavours
Roasted and ground wattleseed in a resealable pouch