Australian Herbs and Spices

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Sesame Seeds

Health Benefits: Good Source of Fiber.

  • May Lower Cholesterol and Triglycerides. ...

  • Nutritious Source of Plant Protein. ...

  • May Help Lower Blood Pressure. ...

  • May Support Healthy Bones. ...

  • May Reduce Inflammation. ...

  • Good Source of B Vitamins. ...

  • May Aid Blood Cell Formation.

Learning to Cook or Add Herbs into your meals can be beneficial for optimal health. This Herbs and Spices mix have a high level of Fiber. Fiber has many health benefits, such as maintaining a healthy gut, helping to keep Cholesterol levels regulated. "Fiber lowers levels of bad cholesterol (LDL) without lowering good cholesterol (HDL) levels."

Macadamia Nuts' health benefits include but are not limited to Micronutrients, high in Fiber, Antioxidants, and healthy fat. "Their potential benefits include weight loss, improved gut health."

The blend is called "White Meat Spice Blend" and known has in Australian "haute cuisine" high-level cooking establishments, gourmet restaurants. Cook with the Americas and Australia crocodile, chicken, poultry, and pork.

How do you use this blend?

The Cooking Method is: When preparing meats, it can help season and enhance meats as a Meat Rub. Many chefs based in Australia use this blend in this manner. It is known and recognized as a "traditional Australian" meat rub.

In Australia, cooks make it how? The meat rubs on already marinated meat in white wine, mix it with the wine or oil and lets the meat sit for a couple of hours before cooking.

Blending this Herb and Spice

Combine the following Ingredients:

1/2 cup of macadamia nuts

1/2 cup of sesame seeds

Three teaspoons of dried lemon myrtle leaves

Two teaspoons of dried finger lime peel

Salt and pepper to taste

Give this blend a try. Let us know in the "comment section" at the bottom of the page.

Which meat did you try this popular Australian herb and Spice blend with, and how did it come out for you and your family meal. Nutrition Irene Jones

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