Tasting Notes: Rosellas have a crisp tart berry and rhubarb taste. They combine with sugar to produce a delicate light flavour. Used in a savoury sauce, they add a rich exotic fruity sweetness.
Uses for Wild Rosella: These fruits make a wonderfully rich yet refreshing jam – excellent at morning tea. A real favourite with everyone who’s ever tried it! Rosellas are endlessly versatile – you can use them in desserts, soups, chutneys, and a savoury sauce that looks as good as it tastes! Emu, crocodile and kangaroo team well for a special Australian dish that will
definitely impress. Try it with lamb, poultry & pork too. You won’t be disappointed with beautiful Rosellas. Rosellas are available frozen whole de-seeded all year, and as dried product all year.
Nutritional Information: Rosellas have been used all over the world for many years both for their delicious delicate flavour and their health benefits. Rosellas are high in calcium, niacin, riboflavin, and iron, and extremely high in anti-oxidants.
rosella flowers are de-seeded whole frozen