AKUDJURA (Bush Tomato Ground) 20g

$7.65

Akudjura has a caramel-like taste that compliments sweet and savoury foods. (SML PKT)

   
Weight 0.03 kg
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Description

Akudjura (Bush Tomato) has a caramel-like taste that complements sweet and savoury foods. (SML PKT)

Other Common Names: Akudjura, Desert Raisin, Akatyerre. Botanical Name: (Solanum centrale)

Description & Use: These Australian native berries are pale tan to dark brown and have a fruity, caramel-like flavour and slightly tangy acidity. Bush tomato flavours stews and casseroles while the akudjura powder blends well with coriander seed and wattleseed to flavour meats from chicken and beef to full-flavoured fish such as salmon and tuna.

Nutritional Information

Per 100g
Energy (kj)
1473
Protein (g)
8.7
Fat (g) Total
5.6
Carbohydrate (g)
58.1
Sugars (g)
<38.6
Dietary Fibre (g)
16.3
Cholesterol (mg)
unknown
Sodium (mg)
4.4
Potassium (mg)
2300

 

 

With Bush Tomato, Native Pepperberry and Wattleseed in short supply due to climatic conditions, click below for some ideas that could be used as a substitute for these unique flavours.

Click here for Native Spice Substitutes:

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Description

Akudjura (Bush Tomato) has a caramel-like taste that complements sweet and savoury foods. (SML PKT)

Other Common Names: Akudjura, Desert Raisin, Akatyerre. Botanical Name: (Solanum centrale)

Description & Use: These Australian native berries are pale tan to dark brown and have a fruity, caramel-like flavour and slightly tangy acidity. Bush tomato flavours stews and casseroles while the akudjura powder blends well with coriander seed and wattleseed to flavour meats from chicken and beef to full-flavoured fish such as salmon and tuna.

Nutritional Information

Per 100g
Energy (kj)
1473
Protein (g)
8.7
Fat (g) Total
5.6
Carbohydrate (g)
58.1
Sugars (g)
<38.6
Dietary Fibre (g)
16.3
Cholesterol (mg)
unknown
Sodium (mg)
4.4
Potassium (mg)
2300

 

 

With Bush Tomato, Native Pepperberry and Wattleseed in short supply due to climatic conditions, click below for some ideas that could be used as a substitute for these unique flavours.

Click here for Native Spice Substitutes: