A great little idea that takes two seconds to make… (thanks to Matt Wilkinson)

Rosemary1Photography by Rochelle Seator

fresh rosemary, roughly 4 stalks

good quality salt, roughly 3 tablespoons

olive oil, roughly 1 tablespoon

Pull rosemary leaves from the stalk, heat the oil in a frying pan until hot but not smoking…quickly add the rosemary and toss together for a few seconds…the rosemary will become crispy but still retain its bright green colour.

Drain on paper towel.

Using a mortar and pestle grind together with the salt to form…Rosemary SALT ….Yum


Photography by Rochelle Seator

Great for an extra lift on your eggs in the morning…or your roast Lamb!

So off you go, find yourself some rosemary if you dont have any in your garden. (I’m sure the neighbours wont mind!)

Rochelle and I are heading to Myrtleford to the¬†Butter Factory in two weeks to learn how to make butter. We are both so excited to be going on a road trip not only for the butter experience but all the other local treats I’m sure we will find along the way!

How fantastic is it that we can eat butter made right here in Victoria!

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One Response to From the (neighbours) garden

  1. fiona rigg says:

    I’m definitely trying this – yumO!

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