Lemon Myrtle: Dried - MM (LIMITED to stock on hand - BB 01/02/2024)

Mabu Mabu
$4.90 20 g Lemon Myrtle: Dried - MM (LIMITED to stock on hand - BB 01/02/2024)

Dried Lemon Myrtle leaves in a glass jar.

Lemon Myrtle leaves have a fresh aroma of citrus, with a delicate menthol essence and a strong lemon flavour. Use this instead of Lemongrass in Thai curries, or as a substitute for preserved lemon. You could also add it to a herbal tea, or mix it in a smoothie.

Mabu Mabu is an Indigenous-owned food business on a mission to make native ingredients the hero of the Australian kitchen. Owner and executive chef Nornie Bero is from the Komet Tribe of the Meriam people of Mer Island, raised in the Torres Strait. As a professional chef for over 20 years in Melbourne and London, Nornie is passionate about sharing the food culture she grew up with on the Islands.

Mabu Mabu’s small-batch teas, spices, and sauces with Indigenous and tropical flavours are all made by hand in Naarm/Melbourne and sourced from suppliers who are passionate about Australia's Indigenous food industry. Their products are hand made in small batches with all natural ingredients.

Packaging is high-quality glass jars and bottles that are 100% recyclable.

Ingredients: 100% dried lemon myrtle leaves.

Origin of Ingredients: Australia.

Storage Instructions: Keep air tight and away from sunlight to preserve flavour.

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