Introducing Our Range Of Dried HerbsTucker Bush Native Herbs are dried and ready to use in your cooking. Enjoy these local flavours with cooked meats, baked treats and steeped in hot water for an aromatic tea.
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Pepperberry leaves may be used to add a spicy, peppery flavour to curries, cheese, salad dressings and sauces. These leaves can be ground to add a delicious peppery bite to meat-rubs, slow-cooked foods, cheeses, and egg dishes. Excellent spice to enhance savoury dishes like soups or stews.
Cinnamon Myrtle leaves may be used in place of conventional cinnamon spice to flavour curries, stews, soups, roasts, ribs and sauces. In desserts, they add a warm, earthy flavour to pies, biscuits, sweets, pastries and slices. They may also be used fresh or dried, steeped in hot water, to make a herbal tea.
Our ground and roasted Wattleseed has flavour notes of chocolate, coffee and hazelnut. Wattlessed can be used in desserts like icecream and cheesecake, or as a chocolately beverage. Try in biscuits, bread, muesli bars, cakes, and even protein balls, Wattleseed has a low GIycemic index and is low in carbohydrate, and a great source of protein and fibre too.
Our Complete Range
Tucker Bush Native Thyme 25g$10.95
Tucker Bush Lemon Myrtle 25g$10.95
Tucker Bush River Mint 25g$12.95
Tucker Bush Bush Mint 25g$12.95
Tucker Bush Native Oregano 25g$12.95
Tucker Bush Native Lemon Grass 25g$12.95
Tucker Bush Sea Parsley 25g$14.95
Tucker Bush Bush Basil 25g (Flakes)$12.95
Tucker Bush Old Man Saltbush 25g (Flakes)$10.95
Tucker Bush Jambinu Zest 25g (Ground)$14.95
Tucker Bush Wattleseed (roasted & ground) 50g$14.95
Tucker Bush Cinnamon Myrtle 25g$10.95
Tucker Bush Pepperberry Leaves 25g$10.95
Check out our Dried-Herb Recipes.
Chef Robyne Low helps you to get the most from your purchases
Discover more about Robyne
- Potato and Native Thyme Croquettes
- Native Oregano and Cinnamon Jerked Chicken Skewers
- Rivermint, Orange and Fried Haloumi Salad
- Bush Mint Jelly Condiment
- Lemon Myrtle Poppyseed Cake
- Salmon with Native Lemongrass Hollandaise Sauce
- Sea Parsley Baked Cauliflower
- Red Back Ginger Scented Barramundi
- Gluten-free Chocolate Wattleseed Brownie
Our New Book
Bushfood for Beginners
Australia is home to thousands of edible native plant species, and yet (at the time of publishing this book) most of the food we grow in gardens and find in the supermarket originally came from overseas.
This book is a handy “getting started” guide for novice and anxious intermediate gardeners ready to connect with this country’s ecological and cultural roots.
Packed with tips and advice from the seasoned green thumbs at Tucker Bush, it aims to help any enthusiastic gardener take the first step in their long and bountiful bushfood journey.