(Acacia Victoriae)From the commonly known Silver Wattle, always eaten in roasted form. Delicious as a coffee substitute, with chocolate desserts, honey or as a spice rub on chicken, fish and kangaroo (with lemon myrtle and pepperberry). There are a couple of ways you can prepare the wattle seed: 1. Pan fry the seeds in a dry pan for a few minutes to release the flavour. This method is great for spice rubs. 2. Using the ratio of 1 tablespoon of wattleseed to 1 cup of water, bring the wattle seed to the boil (about 7 minutes). This method will soften the seeds to a pulp and double the volume. you can use the drained pulp and also the liquid. This method is great for dessert recipes and breads.
- Product Code: Acacia Victoriae
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