Paperbark adds a delightful smoky flavour to fish, chicken and vegetables.

The broad-leaved paperbark is a medium to tall tree. It has whitish papery bark, rather like many fine sheets of tissue paper stuck together, hence the common name.

To use, wash and soak in water before adding  your ingredients.  You can then either tie with string or wrap the whole thing up in alfoil.

Cook on either the BBQ or in the oven.

You can buy sheets of paperbark at Taste Australia BUSH FOOD SHOP