This is our most popular seasoning with the mild heat of the Mountain Pepper and a strong Cajun style aroma and flavour of the Bush Tomato, hand harvested by Aboriginal people on their traditional lands in the central deserts of Australia.
Best on scrambled eggs or anything with cheese or tomato. Also great with red meats, steamed vegies, potato wedges and even popcorn! Throw some in your bolognaise sauce to make it something special. You'll end up using this seasoning everywhere and won’t be able to live without it in the kitchen.
Contains NO MSG.
Desert Raisin Whole (Bush Tomato) 50g by Kungkas Can Cook
8 in stock
Savoury caramelised aroma of carob; some cereal notes…a savoury taste
Our desert raisin (also known as the bush tomato) is wild harvested in the Central Desert by indigenous women. Our vision is to improve the lives of women and their families by supporting cultural activities and income generation and enriching knowledge to the younger generations and keeping country strong.
The desert raisin is probably the most important of all the Central Australian plant foods. It is a good source of selenium, potassium and iron.
Nutritional Information (per 100grams)
Energy 998 Kj, Protein 10.3g, Total fat 6g, Total saturated fatty acids 1.5 g Carbohydrates 29.2g, Sugar (total) 29g
Contains more antioxidants than blueberries and selenium, a rare mineral which plays a key role in the metabolism. A rich source of minerals, particularly potassium, it is also high in vitamin C.
Bush tomato is usually used in its dried form. It has a distinctive raisin / caramel introduction with a strong spicy aftertaste, making it ideal for chutneys, curries, salsas and as a crust on Meats. The trick with it is not too use too much. Add a teaspoonful to any tomato based sauce.
Ground, it can be found in bread mixes, herb blends, pasta, relishes, dressings, sauces and dukkah.
A major strength of the bush tomato is its unique and intense flavour, which retains its integrity in many applications and in relatively small ratios to total ingredient mass.
Bush Spice Rub 50g by Kungkas Can Cook
19 in stock
Kunkgas Bush Spice Rub will do wonders on things like chicken, burgers, roast meats, great addition to hot potato chips and baked flat breads. Our spice rub is a conbinatoin of saltbush flakes, sea salt, native pepperleaf and Pepperberry and Garlic.
Anise Myrtle Ground 30g by Kungkas Can Cook
30 in stock
Botanical name: Anetholea anirata
The Anise Myrtle is found natural growing in New South Wales rain forests, a It is used in sauces, drinks, curry, cakes and other products. It has high antioxidant activity and is rich in magnesium and is also a good source of lutein, folate, vitamin E, vitamin C and has been shown to have anti-fungal and anti-microbial properties. Anise myrtle leaf is one of the highest sources of the compound anethole which gives it the aniseed flavour and aroma