Geraldton Wax is zesty with a citrusy flavour similar to lemon myrtle.
Blend it with some oil and a pinch of salt and create a green salsa verde paste and that can be used on fish prawns or lamb
Classed as Australia’s version of kaffir lime.
No known medicinal uses for Geraldton Wax and no evidence of Indigenous use but it does contain natural anti-fungal properties that promote wound healing.
Geraldton Wax Garnishing Oil For Seafood
Place 100gm fresh parsley, 100gm fresh baby spinach leaves, 250ml Macadamia Oil and 15gm Geraldton Wax Flakes into a blender and process until well combined (approx 10 secs). Transfer the mix to a saucepan and heat for 10 minutes.
Turn off and allow to cool before straining into a clean jar.
(If you have a Thermomix then place all ingredients in your Thermomix. Set its timer for five minutes and temperature to 60C, blend on high for 10 seconds, then lower speed to 5 and allow mixture to cook. Once cooked, immediately chill oil over an ice bath, then strain through a filter for a minimum of six hours and store in freezer.)
Listed weight is the shipping weight
- Weight: 35 g
- Width: 5 cm
- Depth: 1 cm
- Height: 8 cm