Rosella Flower -Dried

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Despatching from 25th May 2019

 dried Wild Rosella flowers

Most commonly known for its use in champagne.  It works well in either sweet or savoury dishes and goes well with ginger, chilli, and sugar, and fruits such as apples, peaches pears, nectarines and banana.

Fabulous accompaniment for lamb, pork and game. Use it in sauces, jams, ice cream and pastries.


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Iced Rosella and Strawberry Gum Tea
4 cups water, 1 cup dried rosella flakes, 10gm Strawberry Gum Flakes, 1/3 cup sugar, 2 cups ice

Bring water to a boil in a saucepan, then add flowers. Simmer mixture 5 minutes and remove pan from heat. Stir in Strawberry Gum. Let mixture stand 30 minutes to infuse. Pour infusion through a sieve into a glass pitcher, pressing on solids, and discard flowers and flakes. Add sugar and ice, stirring until sugar is dissolved. Chill and stir before serving. Makes 6 Cups

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  • 5
    Loved it

    Posted by Sue Taylor on 12th Apr 2019

    Loved it

  • 5
    Rosella flower - dried

    Posted by Denis on 27th Feb 2019

    Tastes good :) Made the drink which I enjoyed so much during my stay in Thailand.

  • 5
    Used for cooking at school

    Posted by Cathy Pearsall on 14th Jul 2017

    Students used the rosella flower to make biscuits as part of NAIDOC Week. It was a big hit, the students loved using a native ingredient.

  • 4
    Wild about Rosella

    Posted by Unknown on 21st Jun 2017

    I love this product I have put them in banana and cinnamon muffins.

  • 4
    Colorful and bright

    Posted by Sheldon Whittaker on 5th May 2017

    A colorful and bright flavored product, I used it in a sugar syrup as part of a bun glaze, infused a nice color and beautiful aroma to the glaze.

  • 4
    Another Quality herb from Taste Australia

    Posted by Prue Ferguson on 16th Feb 2017

    I can imagine using this product for dessert and jellies.
    Always i cook extra rice for the next day which i heat up in Microwave oven.Today i added dried Rosella pieces to the warm rice and tossed it with a fork, what a lovely taste I don't use salt in my cooking so love these Bush food herbs.
    all i can say is try them you won't be disappointed.

  • 5
    Quality product

    Posted by Ruth on 15th Apr 2016

    Made a beautiful rosella jelly from these petals with a little lime to top my quandong tartlet and it was amazing! Such a unique flavour