Recipes

Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd   Date Posted: 27 April 2021

Mustard is easy to grow, and provides both tasty leaves and fiery seeds for use in the kitchen. Here's how to turn the seed harvest into the familiar mustard table condiment, using just a few store cupboard ingredients.


Author: The Seed Collection | Nat Buttenshaw   Date Posted: 29 August 2020

This recipe makes a great healthy and hearty meal using fresh home-grown veggies!


Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd | Nat Buttenshaw   Date Posted: 11 June 2020

This super easy recipe produces a thick rich flavourful tomato relish perfect for use at your next barbeque.


Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd | Nat Buttenshaw   Date Posted: 4 May 2020

This tropical flavoured jam recipe is a fantastic and easy way to preserve your fresh tomato and passionfruit harvest. It is great for those cold winter’s days served on warm freshly toasted bread. Jam makes a fantastic gift for friends family.


Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd | Nat Buttenshaw   Date Posted: 6 April 2020

Preserving your harvest for use over the winter months is great and easy way of having home grown produce available all year round. This is a great versatile recipe for making at end of summer when you have an abundance of leftover tomatoes and chillies.


Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd | Nat Buttenshaw   Date Posted: 13 March 2020

Homemade popcorn makes a great healthy wholegrain snack food and it’s a fun thing to make with kids, especially when made from home grown cobs. This article details 2 methods to make popcorn from your own home-grown corn.


Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd   Date Posted: 27 November 2018

Modern diets are often overloaded on starchy carbohydrates. However, cutting down on carbs doesn't need to mean missing out on your favourite pasta & noodle dishes. This article explains how to turn your zucchinis into a healthy, tasty noodle replacement.


Author: John Mauger   Date Posted: 1 February 2018

If you have grown zucchinis this summer you will probably have more zucchinis than you know what to do with so here are a couple of interesting recipe ideas you might consider to use up the surplus.


Author: Susie Hunt   Date Posted: 4 May 2016

Lemons are undoubtedly mother nature’s most useful fruit. When life gives you lemons, I say make lemonade, make marmalade, lemon poppyseed cake & most of all, make an extra big batch of Lemon Curd!


Author: Lauren Eshman   Date Posted: 5 April 2016

As a way to savour the last of the glorious tomato through a dark and chilly winter, I thought I’d share a recipe to warm the cockles of your heart and your tummy too. It’s a tomato chutney that will go with just about anything.


Author: Amanda Mac   Date Posted: 22 March 2016

This is my Grandmother’s Rosella Jam recipe along with some general tips for successful preserve making. Once you’ve tasted freshly made Rosella jam you’ll be forever spoiled for eating the supermarket brand jam varieties again.

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