Bush Tucker Herb Rub for Meats
This delicious bush tucker herb rub is made up especially to go with all types of meats, such as steaks, chicken, pork, beef, veal or game. You name it and it will enhance the flavour of your meal. It can be used by rubbing it into your favorite cut of meat before it is barbecued, roasted, broiled or pan fried. Add some olive oil to help the rub stick well to the meat. If a rub is not to your liking use the powder as a marinade. Add one or two tablespoons of olive oil to some of the bush tucker rub, to suit your taste. Cover the meat with this mixture and leave covered or in a plastic bag for a couple of hours or better still overnight. Cook as you would normally cook this cut of meat. This bush tucker herb rub for meat is made from Banksia smoked warrigal greens, (Tetragonia tetragonoides), bush tomatoes (Solarium centrale) and native rosella (Hibiscus heterophyllus). Add other flavours such as salt, pepper, herbs or spices to suit your own palate.
Bush Tucker Herb Rub for Fish
Combine the bush tucker rub for fish with some light oil or spray the fish with a spray on oil. Coat the fish with a good amount of the bush tucker rub for fish and rub well into both sides of the fish. Cook the fish as you normally would. It could be lightly barbecued, pan fried and you can even coat the rubbed fish with flour, dip in egg, rolled in breadcrumbs or coated in batter. The choices are yours. The rub can also be used as a marinade. Add one or two tablespoons of oil to the bush tucker fish rub or add some light soy sauce, or fish sauce. Once the marinade has completely coated the fish, wrap your fish fillets or whole fish in aluminium foil and bake in the oven, on the barbecue or even in a ‘hangi’. This bush tucker rub for fish is made up from Banksia smoked warrigal greens, (Tetragonia tetragonoides), native rosella (Hibiscus heterophyllus) and Lemon Myrtle Powder (Backhousia citriodora). Add other flavours such as salt, pepper, herbs or spices or soy sauce to suit your own palate.
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