wattleseed ground
B0109 Wattle Seed Ground (1)
wattleseed ground
B0109 Wattle Seed Ground (1)

Wattle Seed Ground



Product description

Wattleseed is an Australian native spice. It has a nutty and woody flavour and coffee-like aroma. This versatile spice can be used to flavour desserts and meats maximizing the flavour in your cooking. Use in any dish where you want a hazelnut or coffee taste.
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Culinary Notes :

A rare native spice that is versatile and uniquely Australian. Wattleseed has strong coffee, chocolate, and hazelnut aroma and flavour.  It has been used for thousands of years by our indigenous population, the wattle seeds are not only tasty but highly nutritious and need little water to grow. Our Wattleseed is a fine ground, extra dark roast to provide maximum flavour and dispersion in your cooking.

Health benefits:

Wattleseed has many health benefits. It is actually a  legume that is high in protein and can be used to reduce the number of cereals in our diet.


100%  grown, harvested, and processed in Australia. dried Ground Wattle Seed

How to use:

  • Use to flavour biscuits, muffins, pancake and bread
  • It goes well with coriander seed
  • Makes a good caffeine-free coffee substitute
  • Use to flavour meats and seafood
  • Use is as a coffee and hazelnuts substitute
  • Sprinkle over cappuccinos
  • Choose high-quality wattle seeds ground with a nut coffee aroma
  • Use in marinades and thick sauces
  • Used in creamy foods like ice cream, it will impart a more chocolate and hazelnut flavour
  • used in baking and liquids you will get a more coffee and hazelnut effect
  • Endlessly versatile, use in the same concentration as you would cinnamon, just a pinch for some mild flavour, more for a complete aromatic effect

Recipes/product links:

  Banana, Rum, Pepperberry & Wattleseed Bread Native-Spiced BBQ Kangaroo with Chips Wattleseed French Toast with Strawberry Gum Cream

Country of origin:


Other names or spelling:

Elegant wattle, Prickly wattle, Gundabluey, Bramble wattle, Elegant acacia, Coastal wattle, Wirilda, Mulga, Golden wattle, Gundabluey wattle.

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