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Warrigal Greens (10gm dried)

$7.00
$7.00

Dried Warrigal Greens are made from whole fresh Warrigal Greens leaves that have been soaked in hot water before being dried to preserve their vibrant green colour and mild flavour.  

Adding dried Warrigal Greens flakes to soups, sandwiches, salads, spreads, casseroles, and pasta sauces is simple and tasty.  Store in a cool dry place, away from heat, light, and humidity.

The plant was collected in Australia and New Zealand by British botanist Joseph Banks and taken back to England in the late 1700s reportedly on the Endeavour for their homeward bound voyage to ward off scurvy because (as Banks reasoned, like spinach it is high in fibre, vitamin C and healthy antioxidants).

Interestingly it was not widely consumed by our first nations people.

Here's how to cook with dehydrated Warrigal Greens...

  1. Combine dried Warrigal Greens with Parmesan cheese, artichoke hearts, sour cream, cream cheese and garlic for a party dip.
  2. Add dried warrigal greens to breads, muffins, breadsticks and crackers. Garnish a pizza with dried warrigal greens as if it were parsley or basil. 
  3. Add to casseroles or fill cannelloni shells with ricotta cheese, mozzarella, eggs and parmesan and dried warrigal greens.
  4. Sprinkle dried warrigal greens over before cooking your scrambles, omelettes, frittatas and quiches.
  5. Dried warrigal greens meatballs.
  6. Dried warrigal greens adds colour and flavour to fresh pasta noodles.
  7. Sprinkle dried warrigal greens into your marinara pasta or favourite spaghetti sauce to boost the nutritional value or make a pesto pasta. 
  8. Add dried warrigal greens to your ready made soups, bouillon cubes or broths to boost the nutritive value.
  9. Dried warrigal greens flakes are awesome for making a florentine sauce over salmon or chicken.
  10. Along with the other herbs and spices you toss in your salad dressing, throw in dried warrigal greens! 
  11. If you flavour your rice with broth, add dried warrigal greens to the broth first to rehydrate them.
  12. Add dried warrigal greens to your smashed potatoes the way you would use broccoli.
  13. Blend dried warrigal greens into smoothies 
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Dried Warrigal Greens are made from whole fresh Warrigal Greens leaves that have been soaked in hot water before being dried to preserve their vibrant green colour and mild flavour.  

Adding dried Warrigal Greens flakes to soups, sandwiches, salads, spreads, casseroles, and pasta sauces is simple and tasty.  Store in a cool dry place, away from heat, light, and humidity.

The plant was collected in Australia and New Zealand by British botanist Joseph Banks and taken back to England in the late 1700s reportedly on the Endeavour for their homeward bound voyage to ward off scurvy because (as Banks reasoned, like spinach it is high in fibre, vitamin C and healthy antioxidants).

Interestingly it was not widely consumed by our first nations people.

Here's how to cook with dehydrated Warrigal Greens...

  1. Combine dried Warrigal Greens with Parmesan cheese, artichoke hearts, sour cream, cream cheese and garlic for a party dip.
  2. Add dried warrigal greens to breads, muffins, breadsticks and crackers. Garnish a pizza with dried warrigal greens as if it were parsley or basil. 
  3. Add to casseroles or fill cannelloni shells with ricotta cheese, mozzarella, eggs and parmesan and dried warrigal greens.
  4. Sprinkle dried warrigal greens over before cooking your scrambles, omelettes, frittatas and quiches.
  5. Dried warrigal greens meatballs.
  6. Dried warrigal greens adds colour and flavour to fresh pasta noodles.
  7. Sprinkle dried warrigal greens into your marinara pasta or favourite spaghetti sauce to boost the nutritional value or make a pesto pasta. 
  8. Add dried warrigal greens to your ready made soups, bouillon cubes or broths to boost the nutritive value.
  9. Dried warrigal greens flakes are awesome for making a florentine sauce over salmon or chicken.
  10. Along with the other herbs and spices you toss in your salad dressing, throw in dried warrigal greens! 
  11. If you flavour your rice with broth, add dried warrigal greens to the broth first to rehydrate them.
  12. Add dried warrigal greens to your smashed potatoes the way you would use broccoli.
  13. Blend dried warrigal greens into smoothies 

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SKU: DWG
Weight: 14.00 Grams
Width: 5.00
Height: 8.00
Depth: 1.00
Shipping: Calculated at Checkout